Deputy Production Editor

Construction News

Construction News is dedicated to providing essential business information and intelligence to win work and compete effectively in an increasingly complex construction sector.  It is widely recognised as the brand trusted by leading contractors to help them shape the future of the industry.

With a premier reputation based on accurate news reporting, market analysis and expert commentary, Constructions News engages an influential group of senior decision-makers drawn from both core contractors and major suppliers in the construction industry.

Relied upon by thousands of construction professionals, Construction News is a unique brand offering unparalleled opportunity across multiple platforms spanning print, web, mobile, social media, awards and bespoke events.

Job ID: 
DHP_EMAP_CN
Department: 
Editorial
Employment Type: 
Permanent
Location: 
London, Paul Street

Do you have an eye for the finer details and ensuring everything is accurate? Do you have a passion for design?

If you come from a media or editorial background, we need you!

Part of the wider EMAP group, Construction News is the digital-first, B2B leader for the £100bn+ construction industry, covering the planning and building of major social and economic infrastructure.

Our deputy production editor will lead on our weekly magazine (a role that will include making changes to print and digital layouts) and help to produce daily digital content. This will include sub-editing, fact-checking, design and layout for both digital and print, as well as curation of daily newsletters.

You will help set the tone for how Construction News looks and feels as the UK’s leading, trusted source of construction intelligence.

You will help to set the highest standards for the accuracy and quality of our print content, working with the production & engagement editor to ensure CN is thought-provoking, intelligent and fair.

On a daily basis, you can expect to be working with our reporters on improving their copy, assisting the editor and head of content and suggesting innovative ways for the brand to keep improving how it presents its data-led journalism.

Having an interest in the construction industry would be ideal, but a passion to be the very best in the what you do is vital. Being able to translate dense, tricky data into clear accessible information, graphics and layouts will be another key role.

You’ll need to have:

  • Knowledge and experience of using InDesign
  • At least two years of subbing experience
  • Experience of using a CMS and digital tools such as Google or Adobe Analytics would be helpful
  • Knowledge of other Adobe software (ie Illustrator, Photoshop) is also ideal
  • Experience on a business title is not required, but would be a bonus

 

Apply: 

If this sounds like you:

Please email your CV and cover letter to Ed.Brereton@emap.com to apply for this job

We’re committed to Emap being a happy and healthy place to work, so we offer fantastic benefits and perks to our employees. They include 25 days of holiday per year (with the option to buy or sell), health plan and life insurance cover, Cycle 2 Work scheme, discounted gym memberships, retail discount vouchers and much more!

EMAP is a member of the Metropolis Group.

Metropolis Group respects the privacy of every person for whom we have personal data. We comply with data protection legislation such as the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation which regulates the processing of data and ensures that your data is processed fairly and lawfully, is kept secure and only that data necessary for any processing is kept. You can see our privacy policy at www.metropolis.co.uk/privacy

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability status.