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Editorial intern
at Dezeen

Dezeen is looking for design, architecture and interiors editorial interns to join its team in London, UK.

Dezeen is the world’s most influential online design and architecture magazine with three million readers a month.

We’re looking for a bright and ambitious person with an interest in architecture, design and interiors and a passion for writing to undertake a three-month internship with our UK editorial team.

You will be assisting our editorial team with daily activities. Duties will include:

  • sourcing, researching and writing stories
  • preparing images for publication
  • assembling posts for the website
  • maintaining archives and databases
  • administrative tasks as they arise

Successful applicants will demonstrate excellent written and spoken English, strong research skills, a high level of computer literacy and good knowledge of the architecture, design and interiors industries. Experience with Adobe Photoshop and WordPress would be an advantage.

The role would suit a student or recent graduate with an interest in pursuing a career in architecture and design publishing.

This is a paid internship with a rate of £92.40 per day.

Applicants must be available to start in October 2023 and be able to work full-time for three months. The position is based at Dezeen’s office in Hoxton, London, UK. However, we offer flexible and remote working opportunities to our team.

Dezeen was named as one of the top 50 companies to work for in 2022 by The Dots. Dezeen is an equal opportunities employer. We celebrate diversity and promote equality and inclusion amongst our staff. We welcome applications for all, regardless of personal characteristics or background.

To apply, please submit your CV and a selection of writing samples together with a cover letter to Cajsa Carlson via the apply for job button below.

Due to the large number of people applying for this role, we will only be able to get back to successful applicants.

This position is only available to applicants based in the United Kingdom