The Register, Paid Internship

Location
London
Salary
Paid Internship - London Living Wage
Posted
12 Sep 2017
Closes
12 Oct 2017
Industry
Journalist
Job Type
Internship

The Register, one of Europe’s largest tech publications, is hiring an intern to work on our London news desk for three months.

The successful candidate will gain experience of how a modern digital journalism publication works, including stints spent researching and writing bylined articles with our reporters, and getting an insight into production cycles to discover why a story featured on the front page – or perhaps why it didn’t.

The role will suit students or recent graduates, with an academic qualification in STEM, computing, computer science, English or journalism. However, applicants from non-traditional backgrounds are also welcome to apply.

In addition to good written English and numeracy skills you should be enthusiastic and have a basic understanding of issues in the B2B technology industry. Note that we do not have an IT helpdesk; if you normally need help setting up a new laptop, this opportunity may not be for you.

This is a paid internship, equating to the London Living Wage, and The Register is looking for either a full-time or part-time intern to fit around studies or other job/s as required.

The internship will start in October.

To apply please complete the application form below, including a CV, covering letter and a 300-word self-penned article of your choice (this can be an opinion piece, news story or an outline for a feature) that you think would be a good fit for The Register.

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