Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Daily Mail Australia looking for trainees

I have just returned from three weeks in Sydney, helping Daily Mail Australia continue to grow. The busy newsroom, manned 24/7, is expanding under the guidance of experienced editor Luke McIlveen. We are now looking for trainees for the next graduate scheme which starts in July. Here are the details. If you are Australian, interested and have what it takes, get your application in quickly.

Trainee Journalist
The world's most visited English-language newspaper website is offering a rare opportunity to would-be journalists.
Since 2003, the Mail's newspapers have recruited some of the UK's brightest journalism trainees.
Many of those who have passed through the scheme are now senior journalists and executives on the Mail's titles and websites. Many have won top national awards.
Last year the scheme was extended to Australia and eight trainees took part in our global exchange programme. They now work for Daily Mail Australia in Sydney.
We are once again looking for bright, sharp, intelligent journalists who believe they can be fast-tracked to the top.
The successful applicants will be trained in  Sydney in January  2017  before spending four months gaining newspaper experience across the UK. 
They will be on the best journalism course in the business and paid a competitive salary while they train.
To be a successful applicant it is likely you will have completed journalism training and have experience of working in a newsroom.
To apply send a covering letter, your CV and three  examples of your work to: sue.ryan@dailymail.co.uk
Closing date: July 10, 2016

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