Applications open for Editor-in-Chief

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If you’re interested in student journalism, managing a team, and want to take control of the future of The Cambridge Student, this could be the opportunity for you.

To apply for the role of Editor-in-Chief, email a 2000-word vision for the paper which details your experience, plans for each section and a comprehensive online strategy to editor@tcs.cam.ac.uk by Thursday 8th March 2018 at noon. Applications for Editor-in-Chief can be made as a pair, or you can apply alone. This term we particularly encourage applicants to consider the role they might play in the planned redesign of both the paper, and the website, during Easter term and beyond. This is your chance to really make an impact on the paper's future, and we are excited for the new editor(s) to take the refreshed paper forwards with a new team. 

We reccomend you look through past copies to guide your plan for the paper. 

If you have any questions about how the paper works, the application process, or what any of the jobs entail, please do not hesitate to email the Board of Directors at directors@tcs.cam.ac.uk. Read on for a full list of the roles on offer, and details of their remit: we hope you’ll be inspired to join a team that’s as professional and engaging as it is fun and sociable!

The full TCS team is listed below:

Part One

News Editor and Deputy News Editor
Investigations Editor
Science Editor
Comment Editor
Features Editor
Interviews Editor
Columns Editor
Sport Editor
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Part Two

Theatre Editor x2
Music Editor
Film and TV Editor
Fashion and Beauty Editor x2
Food and Drink Editor
Lifestyle Editor
Books Editor
Sex and Relationships Editor

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Chief Sub Editor (multiple)
Staff Photographer
Staff Illustrator
Social Media Manager

Click the links for more information about Part One and Part Two applications. 

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