• Communication and Entertainment Headhunters, Publishing and Media Headhunters
  • Negotiable
  • London
  • Permanent
  • Full-time

As one of the leading media outlets in Europe, our client is looking to recruit a Director of Editorial Content to oversee the all published materials across both offline and online channels. In an increasingly dynamic and competitive world, an ability to react quickly, deliver high quality under pressure and attention to detail will be essential skills to have.

A background within the media industry is a must have, and in particular, experience of editing offline and online content. A proven track record in delivering to tight deadlines without compromising on quality will be expected. Managing a team of 20 people across a range of roles, excellent people management and communication skills are required.

The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, delivering and adapting the editorial calendar which frequently changes in such a fast paced environment. Having a relevant professional qualification would be ideal and increase the chances of a successful application. The role will be based in the London head office with occasional travel to European destinations for monthly knowledge sharing conferences. An excellent benefits package is on offer for the right candidate.

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