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The Jewish Chronicle
Advertising salesperson
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Join the Commercial Team at The Jewish Chronicle and be part of an exciting growth opportunity.

We are seeking a dynamic salesperson to drive commercial revenue from our print and digital platforms.

As an integral part of our team, you will be the primary contact for our clients, fostering strong relationships and delivering bespoke cost-effective solutions across all Jewish Chronicle channels. Your role will involve generating sustainable financial growth by securing new business from existing clients and exploring new opportunities to exceed sales targets.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in sales and customer relationship management, with a resourceful, adaptable, and highly organised approach.

For the right candidate, expect to enjoy a competitive salary, on target bonuses, pension, annual holiday, Jewish holidays and most of all great colleagues!

If you are interested in applying and would like to find out more information, please email Debbie Rose on: drose@thejc.com

Deadline for applications: Friday, 26th July

Industrial Dwellings Society
Board members
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IDS is a London housing association with an exciting future. With several Board Members completing their terms, IDS is looking to appoint some new Board Members who will enjoy the opportunity to make personal impact on the services offered by a diverse and dynamic organisation, that has exciting plans for its future.

Founded by Jewish philanthropists in 1885, IDS has a unique heritage. Since then, it has grown to provide much-needed general needs and sheltered housing in some of London's most fascinating areas.

Today, IDS manages around 1,500 homes and is proud to serve a diverse range of multi-cultural communities across London and the surrounding areas. With a mix of housing stock and tenure options, it is an important London housing provider. It has the ability to make real and positive impact for its communities and is ambitious to grow and support the substantial need for more housing in London, whilst continually improving its properties and services for current customers.

The Board plays an active role in customer engagement and supports and challenges IDS’s staff and the executive team on strategic and operational performance. This ensures IDS is well managed, ambitious for its future and committed to delivering exceptional housing services.

Representing a rich mix of different communities across London, IDS strives to support and represent all staff and customers. With the opportunity to add new Board Members it can add to the diversity of skills and personal experiences on its Board, so welcomes applications from a wide range of backgrounds.

Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency advisor to the Industrial Dwellings Society on this appointment. For further information about the role, including details about how to apply, please visit www.saxbam.com using reference RBOWA. Alternatively, telephone +44 (0)20 7227 0880 (during office hours).

Applications should be received by noon on Thursday, 4 July.

Pearlmans Solicitors
Various positions available
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Private Client Solicitor or Legal Executive Wanted

We are seeking a Solicitor or Legal Executive with at least 1 year PQE to join our busy Private Client department. Caseload will be the usual mix of Wills, Probate, LPA's and Trusts work. The role will be mainly office based. Part time can be considered and some flexibility on working hours. Salary dependent on experience.

Trainee Solicitor Wanted

Looking to also recruit a Trainee Solicitor who will be based in our Hendon office. Over the course of your employment and training you will receive detailed and thorough training in Property, Private Client and possibly some Family Law. Candidates should have a minimum of a 2:1 and have completed the Legal Practice Course.

Property Paralegal Wanted

We are seeking a skilled Conveyancer (min 2 years experience) to join our team in managing property transactions. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, strong organisational abilities, and proficiency in IT tools like Word, Excel, and Outlook.

To apply for any of these roles, please send your CV and cover letter to denise@pearlmans.co.uk

www.pearlmans.co.uk/

The Jewish Chronicle
Assistant Home News Editor (Maternity cover)
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Location: London office, full-time

Salary: Competitive with national papers

This is an exceptional opportunity to be at the helm of a dynamic news operation for a renowned publication that is making a significant impact in Britain and globally.

The team: The news desk is the beating heart of the JC. You will work with award-winning writers recruited from leading national newspapers and exceptional young reporters in a close-knit team.

About you: You have experience on a news desk at a national paper or an agency, or you are a reporter with a good understanding of what a news desk role requires. You will be confident and ready to take on a challenging variety of tasks, from running long-term in-depth investigations, and major interviews to dealing with breaking stories, working with reporters in war zones and handling the sensitivities of high-profile public figures. You will be equally confident working on our website and our print edition.

The role: As Assistant News Editor you will be running the news team from Monday to Friday, working from our office in central London. Reporting to the editor, you will be responsible for the stories in the news section of the website and editing for print. You will understand the news priorities of the Jewish community. This is a contract for year-long maternity cover.

Skills and experience

You will have:

• Superlative instincts for news, enabling you to react quickly and decisively to the rapidly changing agenda;

• The intellect and creativity to develop fresh angles on developing stories;

• Excellent news writing and copy editing ability;

• Good interpersonal and communication skills;

• A good understanding of media law and the Editors’ Code of Practice.

• Knowledge of British Jewry and Israel, or a commitment to working hard to developing that knowledge as rapidly as possible.

• It will also be useful if you have a working knowledge of Desk or similar CMS programmes, and good experience of working on digital news as well as print.

If you are interested in applying and would like to find out more information, please email Keren David at: kdavid@thejc.com.

Deadline for applications: Friday, 19th April