New Statesman Media Group and New Statesman operate internationally, with our people located across the UK, Bulgaria, India and have ambitious growth plans. We have a variety of vacancies of all levels across all our core business areas - editorial, commercial, sales, marketing, events, audio visual and product.
I’m Ken Appiah, the Chief Executive of the New Statesman Media Group and the New Statesman.
I am proud to lead an organisation which produces market leading products for diverse audiences including senior decision makers across multiple sectors, media and technology leaders, high-net-worth individuals, asset managers, government officials and many more. Through our different products we are able to tell stories about how the world is changing for the people delivering that change. We are able to influence leading thinkers across the globe, and it doesn’t get more exciting than that! We are always looking for the best and brightest people to work with our already talented team and I’m delighted that you are visiting our careers page. Making it a great place to work where everyone thrives is a key priority for me - I hope that you will come and join us.
Editor in Chief
I’m Jason Cowley and I’m the Editor of New Statesman.
The New Statesman is the leading progressive political and cultural magazine and website in the United Kingdom. Established as a weekly review of politics and literature in 1913, The New Statesman is celebrated for its progressive and liberal politics and the quality of its journalism and analysis. We especially value independence of thought, scepticism, criticism, and a willingness to debate.
This is an exciting new era for the The New Statesman, one of ambitious expansion as we invest in our coverage of international affairs and publish across multiple platforms: print, digital, newsletter, podcasts, special supplements. Whether you are a writer, editor, sub-editor, technologist, designer, broadcaster, sales and marketing specialist or data scientist, we welcome a diverse range of experience and skills. Come and join our team, be a force for progressive change, and help us explain the big political, economic, cultural, and technological forces driving change in the world today.
Our People Vision: Create a Place Where People Are Proud to Work
It is exciting to be part of a business that is transforming and growing. Making NSMG a place where people are proud to work is an essential element of our success and it's my role to help create the culture, opportunities, communications and policies that ensures we get the best from everyone. One of the things I really enjoy about working here is that we are a very diverse and talented team, which is important to us as we move forward.
We are committed to building a work environment where everyone feels engaged. This is driven by many things including the work we do, our benefits, our colleagues, personal development, feedback from our manager and our purpose. We want people to feel happy, inspired and empowered to work here, energised to go the extra mile, love their job and be committed to stay with us!
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We want to create a place where people are proud to work. Our employees are important to us and we strive to provide perks and benefits that support our diverse culture, giving our employees a variety of choices that suit their needs. Whether it’s flexible working, financial support, health and well-being initiatives, family-friendly policies or simply to add some fun to our working day, we believe there is something for everyone! You can take a look at some of the benefits and perks of working for us below.
We are an equal opportunities employer! New Statesman Media Group provides equal employment opportunities to all employees, and applicants for employment, and prohibits discrimination of any type with regards to ethnicity, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other protected characteristics. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of recruitment and employment.