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Get to grips with latest machinery

Like the sound of test driving the latest machinery, keeping up to date with all the new launches and finding out how kit performs for farmers and contractors? Then we want to hear from you.

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As part of its expansion, Briefing Media Agriculture is looking for a machinery and farm technology specialist to join its editorial team based in Preston, Lancashire. The firm is seeking enthusiastic, motivated journalists to write across Farmers Guardian, Arable Farming, Dairy Farmer and its website,www.fginsight.com. Briefing Media also runs the Lamma show, CropTec and the British Farming Awards.

 

Activities within the role include reporting from major machinery launches and events, keeping up to date with the latest kit and technology, carrying out machinery and equipment evaluations and interviewing end users of equipment.

 

With a large portfolio of titles operating across multiple media platforms including print, online and social media, successful candidates can expect an exciting and varied workload.

 

Previous journalistic experience is not essential; Briefing Media is looking for team players with a deep-rooted interest in the farming machinery sector.

 

The position offers a competitive salary and excellent package, including 25 days holiday, contributory pension plan, free life assurance and childcare voucher scheme.

 

To apply for the role

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter, along with any examples of your work, to the group head of content, Emma Penny, at emma.penny@briefingmedia.com.

 

For more information about the position, feel free to call James Rickard, head of machinery and farm technology, on 07795 521 512.

 

Closing date is May 1, 2015.

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