Journalist Job Channel 4 Television (London)
Organization Name : Channel 4 Television (London)
Post Name : Journalist
Employment Type : Full Time
Qualification : Any Graduate
Industry : Private
Work Hours : 8 Hours
Job Experience : Fresher
Salary : GBP 35000 To GBP 40000 Per Year
Location : London, England, United Kingdom SW1P 2TX
124 Horseferry Road is the headquarters for the British television broadcaster, Channel 4. It is located in the City of Westminster, London and includes 100 residential apartments. The building was opened on 6 July and was designed by the Richard Rogers and Partners.
After a selection process during the autumn of , Channel 4 invited three architectural firms to take part in a competition to design their 15,000 m2 (160,000 sq ft) headquarters building on the south-eastern corner of Chadwick Street and Horseferry Road in a mixed development area of Westminster.
The site consisted of an abandoned 10 m (33 ft) deep basement of a proposed 1970’s post office building. The architectural brief also incorporated a requirement for a residential development of two blocks of flats including 100 apartments, an underground car park and a small public landscaped park.
We are on the lookout for a passionate journalist to join our newsroom department. In addition to being a natural storyteller, the successful applicant must be able to demonstrate an ability to write investigative articles, feature stories, and analytical pieces.
The fearless candidates for this job should possess a talent and enthusiasm for digging out the real stories and uncovering the truth. To excel in this role, you should be friendly, self-motivated, and have exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Assess leads and pitch captivating story ideas to editors.
Ensure that you meet all regular and recurring deadlines.
Review and edit work for editorial approval.
Use all your findings to prepare clean, concise and factual articles.
Adhere to the ethical code of the profession.
Keep records off all notes, interviews, and audio files.
Create trustworthy relationships with contacts and sources for use in future research.
Keep up-to-date on the latest news developments by attending events, studying different papers, opinion pieces, and social media.
Collect, verify and decipher data.
Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, english or relevant field.
Capable of maintaining an ethical and objective standard in reporting.
Ability to meet deadlines and accurately fact-check information.
Excellent observation and judgment skills.
Superb communication and networking skills, along with an aptitude to effectively extract information.
Excellent oral or written skills.