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Opportunity for a Podcast Producer: The team at Broccoli Productions are looking to hire a podcast producer. Broccoli productions specialises in creating high profile podcasts and impactful collaborations that reach millions of listeners. They aim to “create bold, creative and inclusive shows that tell stories that empower”

Deadline: 31st May
Find out more about Broccoli Productions on their instagram and website 


Opportunity for POC creatives: Grand Plan is a new charity offering grants to POC based in the UK who want to make a new creative project. Do you have a grand plan? From poetry and paintings to flowers and food, they want to hear from you!

Find out more and apply HERE


Opportunity for a content creator: The team at Amaliah are hiring, and looking for a part-time content creator! Amaliah is a media company dedicated to amplifying the voices of Muslim women and this is a great opportunity for anyone looking for remote working with an exciting publication.

Deadline: 1st June
Find out more and apply HERE


Opportunity for trans people based in the UK: Trans actual UK are an organisation that ‘work to address & highlight issues affecting trans people, whilst raising trans voices’ . They are currently working with on a new project with funds from The National Lottery Community Fund that will focus on access to healthcare and are looking to find out more about people’s experiences.

CAPTION REPOST: @transactualuk
We’re looking for UK based trans people (18+) who’ve overcome difficulties in accessing healthcare AND who are D/deaf, disabled, visually impaired, autistic, neurodiverse (eg dyspraxic, ADHD) OR have a mental health condition, chronic illness (including long covid), are living with HIV or have multiple conditions and disabilities.

We are especially encouraging Black trans people and trans People of Colour to apply.

We are looking for people to contribute to a resource that will help trans people to overcome difficulties when seeking healthcare. This would be a written piece of work, but we can make adjustments to help you be part of the project (for example, transcription or shared writing). Thanks to funding from the National Lottery, contributors will be paid £40 for their time and work. ⠀

We are also looking for an editor (available as a role-share) to edit and proof read the written content, as well as writing sections of the resource. The editor(s) will also be paid for their time and work. ⠀

We want to capture the experiences of all sections of the trans community and we strongly encourage contributions from Black people and People of Colour.⠀

Find out more HERE
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Postdoctoral Researcher (Fixed Term) – Bournemouth University

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Newsletter Editor Mail +

Mail+ is a new brand with huge digital growth potential, backed by the leading media company in the UK, DMG Media. DMG includes many well known and most loved brands including Daily Mail, Mail Online,

The Mail on Sunday, Metro and The i. Through our national newspapers, websites and mobile services, we connect with over 45% of the UK’s adult population with over 130 million consumer touch points per month.

Mail+ is an ambitious project with a talented and dedicated editorial team and a start-up mind-set.

Your focus will be on growing the audience of the current Mail+ newsletters, in addition to launching new newsletters in-line with the editorial direction of Mail+, working closely with the Editor-in-Chief and the Head of Digital.

Read more HERE 


Editor at Prospect Magazine in London  More details HERE .


openDemocracy seeks a visionary new Editor in Chief to lead our global team and build our reputation and impact

As the new Editor in Chief, you will be inspired by and deeply committed to openDemocracy’s mission: to produce high-quality journalism which challenges power and inspires change. You’ll have creative ideas of how to build on openDemocracy’s impressive recent achievements, develop its journalism and take it into the next phase of its evolution through new initiatives, projects and opportunities.

More information HERE


The Public Benefit Journalism Research Centre (PBJRC) is a relatively new body that organises research into sustaining quality journalism and particularly to persuade the Charity Commission to allow the advantages of charity registration to local and community news outlets, which badly need such help. You can learn more here or here

The PBJRC has grant money to employ someone part-time who can work remotely. That person will need to set up a bank account, keep an eye on relations with our grant donors (two, so far), monitor some email traffic, be able to find useful documents, set up meetings, liaise with lawyers to make sure that we keep to trust rules etc. Ideally, such a person could keep our website up to date. You will need a clear head, willingness to learn, an eye for detail and some experience of herding cats. Knowledge of journalism and news media would be an advantage, but is not essential.

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