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Work for MCN!

MCN has a vacancy for a full-time sub-editor to work on our production desk. This is a rare opportunity to join the world’s biggest motorcycle publication, with all the benefits you would expect.    Applicants must be trained journalists with a minimum of two years experience, ideally with at least one years’ experience working as a sub-editor on a weekly...

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Jul 06

Posts: 23

arnunn says:

Would love to apply, but guess it means moving from here in Southen Spain, away from all these speed camera free roads, hot asphalt and cloud free skies. So I'll just have to stick to the mundane job and the glorious daily commute!

Best of luck to the real applicants.

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Sep 08

Posts: 13

andy.r1 says:

Shame you didnt apply as the post was in Spain, but never mind. 

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Nov 07

Posts: 540

Little bit...

.. of a glorified manner to put forward a job for a guy with a couple of highers from high school...


I can understand things get 'hectic' in the office but surely to god they really aren't that busy and the deadlines etcetera are merely panic stations as everyone sits round on their asses for the other 6 1/2 days?


Alas, not a job for me. I would only rant and rave about nonsense and get 90% of the readerships backs (little grammatical error there, did you spot it?) up whilst appealing to the other 10% who live in the real world.


As for 'riding test bikes once your riding has been assessed'... What does that entail exactly? Is it a matter of checking the licence and telling the rider not to be a plonker?

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Aug 02

Posts: 239

Biker4751 says:


I disagree.  Journalism will always be a high pressure job.  Unless of course you're pitching to those who want to read last week's news.  While the work of the sub-editor might typically be a real grunt job in the trenches the opportunity to ride a test bike when the opportunity presents itself does hold out the promise of advancement to someone who can do more than sub-edit.  I'd apply myself but at this stage of my life I want to spend as much time as I have left riding, not working.

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Apr 09

Posts: 2731

BUSA666 says:

not for me but

the jobs not for me.. but would love to work at mcn, maybe cleaning the bikes topping up oil etc etc.. and then of course take the bikes for a quick blast for a couple of hours to make sure everything was ok for the test riders. lol

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