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Are you CBS WIRE’s new journalist and editor?

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Come join our small newsroom at CBS WIRE. (Photo: Anna Holte)

CBS WIRE is looking for a journalist who also wants to take on the role as editor in chief – could it be you? Then apply before Friday June 10’th!

News |   08. Jun 2022

Ida Eriksen

Journalist

Are you a journalist who loves writing in a catchy and creative manner? Do you always look for new formats in your articles, social media posts or podcasts? And can you take on the role as editor in chief of a vibrant university paper?

Then you might be the right candidate for the job.

CBS WIRE is hiring a journalist who also wants to be editor of our online site.

Besides being a skilled journalist, you need to be able to write in English and to thrive in a small newsroom consisting of one permanent colleague and a number of freelancers and student writers.

Read more about CBS WIRE and the job here and don’t forget to apply before this Friday June 10’th!

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