Deputy Editor – Mark Allen (Various locations)

DEPUTY EDITOR – Industrial Vehicle Technology International


Mark Allen, is leading media company with a team of over 550 MAG-nificient passionate individuals,  and we are searching for a talented Deputy Editor to join the team of our market-leading publication in the international off-highway machinery industry.

This exciting role offers the perfect blend of traditional print media expertise and the chance to develop your skills in exciting new areas. You’ll play a vital role in shaping the future of our publication, from crafting high-quality content for our print magazine to creating multimedia content like YouTube videos, podcasts, and social media posts.

Are you eager to travel the world from Munich, to Las Vegas and report from major industry expos? If you’re a results-oriented individual with an interest in this sector we want to hear from you.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Every aspect of print magazine production from raw copy editing to layout and proofing
    • Writing news stories and features
    • Updating the magazine website and social media channels, and creating news emailers
    • Liaising closely with clients to create useful and informative advertorials
    • Assisting the editor with commissioning, flat-planning and cover creation
    • Covering for the editor in their absence
    • Creating YouTube videos and podcasts
    • Hosting webinars
    • Visiting international events and representing the brand
    • Providing website cover across 12 titles in the MAB Aviation & Auto portfolio

Minimum requirements: At least a year’s magazine production and writing experience; a good working knowledge of InDesign; valid passport and willingness to travel; good interpersonal and client relation skills.

A knowledge of off-highway mobile machinery is not essential, but an interest in technical journalism and the ability to conduct in-depth interviews and translate them into sparkling, easy-to-read copy is.

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