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Guardian News & Media Overview

London, England
1001 to 5000 employees
1821
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Publishing
£100 to £500 million (GBP) per year
Guardian News & Media (GNM) publishes theguardian.com, one of the largest English-speaking quality newspaper websites in the world. Since launching its US and Australia digital editions in 2011 and 2013 respectively, traffic from outside of the UK now represents ... Read more

Mission: To promote and sustain liberal journalism in perpetuity.

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Guardian News & Media – Why Work For Us?



It’s the talent, energy and commitment our people bring to our business that make us who we are.

Across our business we have an eclectic mix of some of the brightest and best people in media and beyond: award winning journalists, cutting edge commercial teams, industry leading digital talent and much, much more. 

With hugely talented teams in the UK, US and Australia, together we can achieve a greater future for GNM, our audiences and communities we serve.

We hire like minds into a wide range of editorial, digital, commercial and professional roles. Be part of our ongoing evolution here

We value and respect all differences in all people (seen and unseen) at the Guardian. We aspire to inclusive working experiences and an environment that reflects the audience we serve, where our people have equal access to​ ​career develop​ment opportunities, their voices are heard and can contribute to our future.

Our vision: to attract, develop, and retain a diverse workforce at all levels building an inclusive working environment.

Our mission: through building and harnessing a diverse and inclusive workforce, we will have a better understanding of society.

Here at Guardian News and Media, we know that people are our greatest asset.

Across our business we have an eclectic mix of some of the brightest and best people in media and beyond: award winning journalists, cutting edge commercial teams, industry leading digital talent and much, much more.

We are a brave, intellectually diverse bunch. We have a wide array of expertise across multiple disciplines with people at various different stages of their career journey.

Personal development is important for us all. It’s the talent, energy and commitment our people bring to our business that make us who we are. Our goal is to bring out this talent in everyone by provide stretching and challenging development experiences that surprise and delight, deepening expertise and building confidence. We want to help develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours to excel and help the business achieve its goals.

Here is what we offer


A mission for journalism in a time of crisis

In a turbulent era, the media must define its values and principles, writes Guardian editor-in-chief Katharine Viner

No former period, in the history of our Country, has been marked by the agitation of questions of a more important character than those which are now claiming the attention of the public.” So began the announcement, nearly 200 years ago, of a brand-new newspaper to be published in Manchester, England, which proclaimed that “the spirited discussion of political questions” and “the accurate detail of facts” were “particularly important at this juncture”.

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    Long term approach to editorially driven journalism. Never worked in a news room with so many experienced and talented people. A positive working environment.

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    It can be bureaucratic and frustrating. If you want a start-up media environment, given all the experienced people arond this is not necessarily for you.

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Guardian News & Media (London, England) in May 2017.

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    A brief interview with two head of's who are leading Data Engineering and Research, in lieu of Head of Analytics which has not been hired yet.
    They adjusted the Job Description days before my interview, so was a large pivot towards management experience.

    Analytics questions were quite simple at this stage, some basic SQL questions, and some intermediate digital analytics/media questions.

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