Our journalists, correspondents and on-screen presenters are some of the most respected in the business. On TV, online and on the move, they’re the high-profile face of up-to-the minute news, sports and current affairs analysis. People like Natalie Sawyer, Tom White and Kirsty Gallacher have already made their names at Sky. And this is your chance to follow in their footsteps.
Journalist and Correspondent roles at Sky
You could be a Junior Sub-Editor, Sub-Editor or News Editor. Or perhaps you’re even looking for a senior editorial, correspondent or production role. Wherever your skills lie, make the most of your outstanding news judgement with a broadcaster that believes in improving the quality of reporting – using a wealth of technology and resources to get stories and deliver them to people, wherever they are.
Most likely, you’ll have experience of working with a major broadcaster or in the national press. So you’ll be used to the fast-paced deadlines and tight turnaround times that come with the job. What sets you apart is your ability to spot a news story and generate original and imaginative material. Whether you work on Sky News or Sky Sports, you’ll show you can compete with the best of the industry.
So, if you want to work for a company investing in quality journalism, find out more about the roles we have on offer below.
Take a look at our latest opportunities
- Senior Planner - (Cheshire, England, United Kingdom)
- Senior News Editor (politics) - (London, England, United Kingdom)
- Assistant Output Editor - Sky News - (Osterley, England, United Kingdom)
- Output Producer - Sky News - (Osterley, England, United Kingdom)
- Sky News Editor - (Osterley, England, United Kingdom)