Daily Mail trainee reporter and sub-editor schemes

Trainee reporters

Britain’s most successful newspaper group is looking for trainee reporters. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to work at the Daily Mail newspaper. 
Our trainee reporters embark on a year-long programme that involves intense training, assessment and on-the-job experience at regional daily newspapers and agencies.
The successful applicants will probably have a degree and will have shown a commitment to journalism by writing for their student newspaper/website and gained work experience in newsrooms.
We want self-starters with a real interest in current affairs and the ability to bring in stories and write accurately and in style. Shorthand at 100 words a minute and a clean driving licence are an advantage.
The course starts in September with intensive in-house training in London during which the trainees are introduced to Mail style and culture. It is followed by five months regional placement after which the trainees will join the Mail newsroom.

Contact details

To apply send a covering letter, your CV and the three best examples of your work to sue.ryan@dailymail.co.uk by Friday February 9.  

 

Trainee sub-editors

Employer: DMGT
Job Categories: Production 
Sector: National newspapers
Employment type: Training leading to possible full-time role

Job Description

Britain’s most successful newspaper group is looking for trainee sub-editors. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to work at the Daily Mail newspaper. 
Our trainee sub-editors embark on a year-long programme that involves intense training, assessment and on-the-job experience at regional newspapers.
The successful applicants will probably have a degree and will have shown a commitment to journalism by working for their student newspaper/website and gained work experience in newsrooms.
We want self-starters with a real interest in current affairs and a proven track record in grammar, punctuation and accuracy. A flair for headline writing and page layout skills would be a bonus.
The course starts in September/October with intensive in-house training in London during which the trainees are introduced to Mail style and culture. It is followed by five months regional placement after which the trainees will join the Mail subs department.


Contact details

To apply send a covering letter, your CV and the three best examples of your work to sue.ryan@dailymail.co.uk by Friday February 9.