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Do you want to be part of a fast­-growing business producing copy for one of the best­ regarded news services in its sector?, the award-winning website, which has a growing worldwide audience, is looking for a talented and enthusiastic journalist to join the team.

This fast­-paced role involves keeping a close eye on global agricultural commodities markets, reporting and analysing key market ­moving news.

You will be working as part of a close-­knit team in our central London HQ, and likely to work from 12-­8pm, with responsibilities including our influential evening market reports, covering Chicago and New York markets.

We are seeking someone who is self-­motivated, keen to make their mark and who will help build's well­ regarded and in­-depth coverage.

Shorthand would be an advantage, but an aptitude for understanding and analysing markets, and writing quickly and accurately are most important. Enthusiasm, a positive attitude and proven journalistic ability are essential. is part of Briefing Media, a fast ­growing international media business which has a key focus on agriculture in the UK and internationally.

We offer a competitive salary, along with other benefits including 25 days holiday (rising to 27 days after two years' service), Cycle to Work scheme and season ticket loan.

Please send your application letter, CV and any supporting documentation by August 22 to Emma Penny, Briefing Media Agriculture's group head of content at


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