MailOnline trainee scheme - CLOSES 26TH OCTOBER

Hi all, I was at CFJ until the summer. I originally applied for the Daily Mail's trainee scheme (closes in Feb) but now work at MailOnline. Their own trainee scheme closes on the 26th October. All i can say is that it is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to work for a company which can still afford to invest in you.

Journalism-themed tunes for #cfj10

Looking forward to seeing lots of old and new faces tomorrow night (215 at the latest count) at The Deep End for our celebration of the Centre for Journalism's first decade.

If you haven't yet registered to attend, just head to our Eventbrite event page - that way you won't miss out on the free glass of fizz. The fun starts at 7.

Word is that @lauragrb has been hard at work scouring old Welcome Week videos from down the years, which may make their way onto the big screen...

And I also hear that @Robert_Bailey_ is preparing a journalism-themed playlist for his Karaoke offering on the night, starting of course with The Beatles' Here Comes The Sun. Add your own suggestions at #cfj10. The more obscure the better.

And finally, just for the avoidance of doubt next week, remember that what goes on in the Deep End, stays in the Deep End...

Job Opportunity: Assistant Editor, Surrey

Quartz Business Media is seeking an enthusiastic full-time assistant editor to support the editorial work of our market-leading international trade magazine, Oils & Fats International.


Located in Redhill, just 30 minutes from London, this is a varied role which involves international travel and will include writing, subbing and magazine layout on a wide range of topics such as the food industry, palm oil, biofuels and international trade.


Based: Redhill, Surrey

Employer: Oils & Fats International, Quartz Business Media


Sector: B2B publishing/journalism 


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