Want to write about cars and find GIFS of cats? You’ve come to the right place

Want to write about cars and find GIFS of cats? You’ve come to the right place

Our editorial department is expanding almost as quickly as an American’s elasticated waistline at all you can eat $9.99 buffet – and now’s your time to pull up a chair, tuck in a napkin and plough face first in too.

We’re looking for new talent to join our busy pool of motoring writers to work on a series of exciting projects. As part of Blackball Media’s editorial team you’ll work across our portfolio of outlets which include Press Association, AOL, Motors.co.uk, Car Dealer & Workshop magazines and SuperUnleaded.com – which in total serve more than 50m readers a month.

One day you might be flying to some sunny destination to try the latest new car on a private charter, the next you could be grilling an under-fire car manufacturer boss. One minute you might be finding GIFs of laughing hyenas to illustrate the latest Vauxhall concept, the next researching a buying guide on the Audi A3.

 

The work here is anything but boring and more diverse than a HR hearing at the BBC. We can promise you one thing: No two days will ever be the same.

Now, we’re looking for an editorial assistant to join our team and help across our titles. You’ll be joining at an exciting time for Baize Group and will help wherever we need you too.

You’ll have some journalism experience (possibly work experience), a great news sense and the ability to write a good story. You’ll also love cars – and will immediately feel at home among what can fondly be described as a bunch of utter car nerds.

You’ll be ambitious too and want to move onwards and upwards in our group, proving to us that you’ve got the drive and determination to succeed in the world of motoring journalism.

If that sounds like you, send a covering letter to james@thebaize.com with an explanation of what car you’d buy – new or used – for £50,000 and why and a copy of your CV.

Applications for this post close on November 18.

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