Could you be Art Editor for M&B?

M&B November 2015 issue

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What's the job?

Bauer Media has a vacancy for an experienced Art Editor on Mother & Baby magazine. The position is to cover maternity leave on Mother & Baby initially but could result in a full-time opportunity on one of our other market-leading titles within our award-winning Leisure portfolio, including Top Santé, Garden Answers and Digital Photo.

As well as creating inspiring magazine layouts and getting the best out of images, the position will involve converting magazine pages into clear and user-friendly iPad layouts, and CDs and website content where appropriate. The position is based at Media House in Peterborough.

What skills are needed?

We’re looking for a creative thinker with the experience and magazine craft to move Mother & Baby forward to the next level. You’ll also need to be versatile and a first-class team-player.

High-end imaging skills are an absolute must, as is a passion for great images and the vision to fully realise their potential through Photoshop wizardry. You’ll also be used to planning photo shoots and briefing photographers.

Experience with the Censhare publishing system would be an advantage but is by no means essential, however a hunger to learn new skills and the ability to pick them up quickly is.

What type of person would suit the job?

We’re looking for someone who has been an Art Editor for at least five years, and is ready for a new challenge. Ideally, you’ll have previous magazine relaunch experience under your belt.


Then email your CV, covering letter and three examples of your work to

Closing date: 20th November 2015

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