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The Times Sport Sub-Editor training programme

We are looking for candidates to join our 12-month training programme based in London.

You will work as a sub-editor across our print and digital platforms in our award-winning sports department.

We will train you to produce polished, accurate copy and clear, succinct headlines in house style and to tight deadlines.

To apply you must have:

  • The right to work in the UK
  • A good degree (2:1 or above)
  • An eye for detail
  • A passion for sport

Your application:

Please upload one document (max 10mb), ideally a PDF that contains:

  • A covering letter that explains why you want to join The Times sports department
  • Your CV

The deadline is September 30.


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