From the meteoric rise of snacking to the boom in gluten-free and rising concerns around sugar and salt; we’re looking for someone with flair and ambition to dig up exclusives with rich and engaging multi-media content, from videos and voiceovers to podcasts and galleries.
You’ll be covering some of the biggest names in the food industry including Grupo Bimbo, PepsiCo, General Mills and Kellogg and writing about regulations, science and trends affecting global brands. As the face of the brand, you’ll also be expected to organize and speak at face-to-face and online events.
Current BakeryandSnacks editor Vince Bamford is moving on to another title in the William Reed portfolio, British Baker magazine. In his new role he will oversee print and online coverage in British Baker of the people, the products and the community of bakery in the UK. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
BakeryandSnacks is William Reed's global baking and snacks publication. It is solely online with a growing readership of more than 60,000 unique visitors a month, a Twitter following of more than 2,800 and a strong positioning on Facebook and LinkedIn.
This full-time role is based at William Reed's headquarters in Crawley, UK and salary is dependent on experience. Benefits include 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), a contributory pension and group income protection scheme
There’s plenty of international travel including frequent visits to continental Europe and the US, so expect to be traveling the globe at least six times a year.
The chosen candidate will be expected to contribute and manage daily content to the site with support from journalists in Chicago, US, and Montpellier, France.
We’re ideally looking for an experienced editor with knowledge of the baking and snacks sector, but are open to younger, ambitious journalists with a minimum of three years of experience hoping to take on additional responsibilities.
Please apply only if you are fluent in English and have the right to work in the UK.
The deadline for applications is: 8 October 2016.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Oliver Nieburg, Head of Food Editorial Verticals (Montpellier, France)