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Knife & Fork Media is a London-based hospitality media business that owns CODE Hospitality and The Good Food Guide.
CODE Hospitality started life in 2013 with the publication of the CODE Bulletin, a weekly round-up of news, insight and opportunities across the industry. Now read by more than 50,000 hospitality professionals every Monday morning, it has been joined by the CODE app, a perks platform exclusively for people working in the industry. News, interviews and in-depth features are regularly published online at codehospitality.co.uk. Across all its channels, CODE’s purpose is to champion the hospitality industry as a place to work.
In 2021, The Good Food Guide joined the fold after ceasing publication under Waitrose during the pandemic. This heritage publication was founded by Raymond Postgate in 1951 to raise the standard of British cooking and the enjoyment of eating out, and for the past seven decades has remained true to its principals of impartial, trusted reviews using an extensive reader network and expert anonymous inspections. Under Knife & Fork Media, the publication is being brought into the digital age with an app-based version of the Guide alongside online editorial, a weekly newsletter and member benefits.
We’re looking for an editorial assistant to provide support with content management and editorial output across both titles. It’s an exciting opportunity for a new journalist or writer to work on authoritative national and London-based publications with some of the best writers and editors in the UK food media, including Elizabeth Carter, editor of The Good Food Guide for the past 15 years, Joshua Barrie and Chloe Hamilton.
The role requires a good base knowledge of the British dining scene coupled with a keen interest to get to know the industry from the inside out. Though support and feedback will be provided, the right candidate must start with an innate talent for writing across a diversity of platforms and in line with distinct brand voices.
- Supporting the production of weekly and bimonthly newsletters including The Good Food Guide Weekly, CODE Bulletin, Members’ Weekly and The Briefing
- Uploading news and features to The Good Food Guide and CODE websites
- Managing key information and content updates for The Good Food Guide entries
- Producing short form editorial content with opportunities to write longer pieces
- Proofreading and fact checking content
- Sourcing images and obtaining permissions
- Ad hoc copywriting
- Editorial inbox management
- Natural aptitude for writing
- Ability to produce versatile copy with accuracy and style
- Fastidious attention to detail
- A deep-rooted passion for good food and hospitality
- High level of computer literacy
- The right to work in the UK
- 25 days annual leave plus Christmas break and birthdays off
- Two charity days per annum
- Two work in industry days per annum
- Personal training budget
- Help @ Hand (remote GP, mental health support, physio)
- Cycle to work scheme
- Membership to the CODE app
- Invites to industry dinners and events
- Regular team socials
This is a full-time, London-based role and requires working from our office in Soho at least three days per week.
Salary: Approximately £22,500 per annum dependent on skills and experience.
To apply, please email your CV, a short cover letter and an example of your written work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention Journo Resources when you apply, it really helps us out.