|Listed on:||8th April|
|Salary Notes:||competitive + excellent benefits|
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The editorial development team operates in an entirely lean way, is entirely innovation driven, and focuses relentlessly on minimising the time it takes to roll out and optimise new editorial formats on telegraph.co.uk, The Telegraph app and 3rd party content providers. This is accomplished by assessing new technologies on a regular basis to trial their usefulness, usability and most importantly whether they're fit for purpose.
Along with an editorial new formats team, designers, journalists, audio and video production we:
The nature of our industry means life at the Telegraph Media Group is fast-paced, demanding, and interesting. We also want it to be rewarding for everyone who works here. From dynamic working opportunities, medical cover, and equal parental pay (six months fully paid for mothers and fathers), to life assurance, and season ticket loans, you can choose from a range of flexible benefits, designed to support your lifestyle and help you achieve a healthy work-life balance.
Team collaboration, training and development
You'll have the opportunity to "show and tell" your work, for example; get deep into any seemingly unsolvable tech problem that you've managed to finally crack or maybe you've found a great new feature in the latest release of the ES standard which could help others. Of course, you can also just listen in and soak up all the tech talk. The Editorial Development team hosts these show and tell meet-ups every two weeks, we welcome anyone to join, sometimes it even includes journalists who have played a part in a recent collaboration and want to know how we do everything!
With the working dynamic and the role the Editorial Development play within The Telegraph you'll often prototype new ways of achieving innovation in your content. You'll receive support from your manager and colleagues about how to approach any given task to ensure newsroom deadlines can be efficiently met.
With support from your manager and colleagues, you'll also have access to a variety of training and development opportunities through The Telegraph's internal training network The Academy. Covering a range of personal and professional skills, our courses enable you to develop an enjoyable and rewarding career.
Our commitment to inclusion
We want you to feel you belong here and welcome candidates from all backgrounds.
We have a number of internal networks that are totally inclusive and open for anyone to join. These include internal inclusion networks covering employees from ethnic minority backgrounds, working families, LGBTQ+, disabilities and long-term conditions, gender, wellbeing, and women in tech.
Your wellbeing is paramount, so we have trained over 100 Mental Health First Aiders in the last two years to help support our employees. We've also signed the Tech Talent Charter, and are committed to driving greater inclusion and diversity in tech.
The Telegraph's goal is to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace and we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives, and backgrounds.
We are an equal opportunities employer, hiring solely on merit and business need. We encourage applications regardless of sex, gender identity, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, pregnancy, parenthood, and disability. If you require reasonable adjustments in any recruitment process with us, please make us aware.
For more information on our purpose, beliefs, and people values, please visit our website.