Jobs Board


Looking for your first big break into publishing, or want to put into practice what you think you already know? Hunger TV and Hunger Magazine are looking for a new editorial intern to support their print and online teams.

If you want work experience in a fast paced environment, where you’ll get to help out in every way possible in the creation of excellent pop culture journalism – across fashion, photography, literature, news, art, film and music – then Hunger could be the perfect place for you. You’ll get first hand experience of the editorial process, including; conducting and writing interviews, transcribing, pitching ideas, and generally keeping your finger on the pulse of what’s hot in the cultural calendar. We’re looking for someone who knows what they like (excellent taste is essential) but who’s also not afraid to learn something new everyday.

Our internships are for three months. Travel expenses (zone 1-4) are paid plus on shoot days there’s often as much free food as you can eat. Prosecco Fridays are an added bonus.

To be considered:

Please email with the subject heading: Editorial Intern

Please explain why you are interested Hunger, tell us what you can bring to the team and what you hope to gain from your time with us. 

Please provide portfolio links/materials if relevant. 

Design Intern

Rankin Photography, Hunger Magazine and HungerTV are looking for a Design intern to support our busy Design team. This internship is a genuine opportunity to get involved in and gain experience in the creative aspects of our businesses at the peak time of year for our creative output.

You will be supporting our two graphic designers with research and with putting together layouts for online features. You will also be invited to suggest ideas for book designs and creative treatments. It is highly likely you will also be helping ramp up the visual and creative aspects of our social media presence. You should have good knowledge of Adobe Indesign and Photoshop.

We are looking for someone who is culturally and visually aware; a bright, inquisitive graduate whose mind is wide open to what’s new and what’s next. Our environment is one where opinions count and are regularly challenged so it is important you are a confident communicator, an ideas generator and can take constructive criticism as intended: in the spirit of pushing our creative boundaries.

Our internships are for three months. Travel expenses (zone 1-6) are paid plus on shoot days there’s often as much free food as you can eat.

To be considered:

Please email with the subject heading: Design Intern

Please explain why you are interested Rankin Photography and Hunger, tell us what you can bring to the team and what you hope to gain from your time with us.

Please provide portfolio links/materials if relevant. 

Only candidates who can prove the right to work in the UK will be considered.


Location: London, NW5

Salary: DOE

Rankin Photography is looking for a talented and hardworking mid-level producer with experience in both stills and moving-image production. Able to manage complex commercial and editorial productions, the successful candidate will be highly organised and detail-orientated.

Reporting to the Executive Producer, the role involves working with the in-house production team to produce varied shoots of an exceptional standard for high profile clients in studio and on location worldwide.

Key duties and responsibilities:

– Producing both stills and moving image productions

– Producing shoots from pre-production through to post-production and delivery

– Creating estimates and budgets

– Running castings

– Booking stylists, hair stylists, make-up artists and set designers

– Diary management

– Raising invoices and chasing payment

– Controlling costs, reconciling jobs and billing clients

– Essential skills, experience and desirable attributes:

– Candidates must have at least 2 year’s experience in a similar role

– In-depth understanding of stills and moving image production from pre-production through to post production

– Proven shoot experience in stills and moving-image

– Budgeting complex productions

– Previous scheduling experience

– Highly organised

– Proven ability to prioritise conflicting tasks

– Ability to work within a team

– Ability to liaise on all levels with excellent verbal and communication skills

– Ability to stay calm and confident in a fast-paced environment

– Good working knowledge of Microsoft office packages (including Excel and Word)

– Good knowledge of Macs and Filemaker

The role is based in NW5 but will involve national and international travel. The position is full time and will require occasional evening and weekend work.

All applicants should send a CV and covering letter detailing salary expectations to

Due to high volumes of applications please note only short listed candidates will be contacted.