Wolves are flying high in the Premier League, securing qualification for European football for the first time in 39 years. They are a club going places under the leadership of inspirational head coach Nuno Espírito Santo and the ownership of Chinese conglomerate Fosun.
• We need a top flight operator with the ambition and drive to match that of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
• Our Wolves correspondent has been headhunted for a new position and we want a top class football reporter to replace him.
• This is no job for a beginner. We want someone with a proven track record of first rate sports journalism who is used to breaking exclusives.
• Equally adept at working across print, web, video and social media to lead a team dedicated to providing unrivalled coverage of all things gold and black.
• You will be at home speaking to and building relationships with senior club executives, players and coaching staff but, just as importantly, you will be a voice for supporters.
• You will cover matches in England and overseas for an audience desperate for gold and black news and views.
• You will be the face and voice of the Express & Star’s industry-leading coverage.
• In return, we offer an attractive salary package and a company car as well as other benefits that come with working for England’s biggest selling regional daily and award winning website.
Think you have what is takes to be a Premier League operator working in the top flight of regional media companies?
Send your CV, a letter of application and five ideas detailing how you would improve our multi-media coverage of Wolves to:
HR Department, Midland News Association, 51-53 Queen Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1ES or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday July 5.