Details of any vacancies at IPSO and how to apply will be posted below.  Please note when applying for any position that you need to send a covering letter and a copy of your CV clearly indicating which position you are applying for.

Role: Systems Co-ordinator (12 month Maternity cover)
Salary: £22-25K
Start: Early January 2019

IPSO is looking to recruit a friendly, enthusiastic and well-organised individual to join its Systems team. IPSO is the self-regulatory body for the newspaper and magazine industries in the UK.

The Systems role is to administratively support IPSO’s complaints function. The role reports to the Systems and Office Manager and will include assisting the Systems and Office Manager in the production of regular reports on the volume and progress of activity in the complaints, standards and arbitration functions. Assisting in the development and maintenance of IPSO’s bespoke Complaints database and website. 

Data checking to ensure that data recorded on IPSO’s Complaints database is accurate and complete. Speaking with members of the public and advising them on IPSO’s services and the Editors’ Code of Practice.

Skills or experience required:

  • Very good standard of English
  • Excellent administrative organisation
  • Excellent data entry and analysis skills
  • A good knowledge of IT including Microsoft Office packages (Word, Excel and Outlook)
  • A good telephone manner and experience dealing with members of the public

IPSO is committed to the promotion of equal opportunities within the organisation, including in recruitment, through the way we manage the organisation and provide services to the community.

Please forward your CV with a cover letter outlining why you are interested in the role and how you are suitable to by Friday 4 January 2019.

A job description for the position appears on the IPSO website here.

Our Equal Opportunities Monitoring form can be downloaded here. Candidates are encouraged to complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and enclose this with the application, but that isn’t mandatory.