CLOSING DATE: May 19, 2017
THE North-east of Scotland is an exciting place to be right now.
Work is under way to shape Aberdeen city centre for the next 20 years.
A £333 million scheme to create a 12,500-capacity concert venue, two hotels and an energy centre has been approved.
And a City Region Deal from the UK and Scottish Governments will pump more than £250m into the North-east economy.
DIGITAL AND PRINT REPORTER
ALREADY with newsroom experience, we’re looking for someone to help ensure our readers get the best stories and the most up-to-date news for their area across our digital and print platforms.
Working as part of a close-knit team and taking direction from the newsdesk, you will work accurately and creatively to tight deadlines. We don’t want you to be chained to your desk, so – armed with your state-of-the-art smartphone – you will be out and about bringing your stories to life. You will also be self-motivated and driven to source exclusive stories of a high standard.
DO you have aspirations of becoming a journalist? Well this could be the role for you.
We’re looking for someone with an inquisitive mind who loves getting to the bottom of stories. You should be full of ideas, have an eye for a good story and the ability to write entertaining and accurate copy.
The ideal candidate should be able to mix with people from all walks of life and make stacks of contacts across the North-east.
TRAINEE SPORT REPORTER
AN opportunity has arisen to join the Evening Express sports team.
You can’t afford to miss the chance to transfer to a side that brings its readers top-quality coverage every day. And the job couldn’t be any more exciting.
Aberdeen FC are challenging at the top of the Scottish Premiership and have made it to two cup finals – with the Scottish Cup final against Celtic just weeks away.
At a local leavel, our team has captured the drama of the Highland League and grassroots football as well as reporting on a range of other sports.
CRIME AND INVESTIGATIONS REPORTER
WE want an experienced and talented journalist with a track record of breaking exclusive stories.
The successful candidate will be a senior journalist with a reputation for uncovering the stories no one thought would get out. They will also be able to demonstrate their ability to spearhead our crime and investigations coverage.
They should be a self-starter who is ready to expand their wealth of contacts. Whether it’s police officers, solicitors or court officials, we expect our crime and investigations reporter to have the best contacts to deliver the best stories.
To apply for any of these roles, please follow our online application process and submit a CV and cover letter.
These are full-time positions based at our Aberdeen Office, working 37.5 hours per week. We offer a generous package including 34 days holiday, health cash plan, gym discount, childcare vouchers, excellent pension, a competitive salary, and many more staff discounts and benefits.