From time to time, jobs and internships are available at MoneySavingExpert.com, and we like it when they go to site users. Most jobs are advertised first in our free weekly email.
This page has details of all job opportunities (if available), based in London, unless stated. Salaries for permanent roles are never listed, as that would mean future team members' incomes would be permanently recorded, but they tend to fit with experience.
There are currently no intern vacancies.
Our Credit and Energy Clubs are two of the most exciting and innovative ways to engage people in the crucial financial decisions they need to make, whether that's around getting the best energy deal or knowing their credit score.
Our Cheap Energy Club is the biggest in the UK with 2.8 million members, many of whom switch energy provider through it. Our Credit Club has 500,000 members who get their Experian Credit Report and Score, for free, together with an Affordability Score and Hit Rate on products such as loans and cards. We want to continue to grow both rapidly and drive greater engagement for our members.
To do this we're looking for a Copywriter to take charge of our email content. You'll have excellent writing skills, be a self-starter brimming with ideas, yet also able to work as part of a team. You'll want to explain difficult concepts succinctly and in a compelling way to ensure users take action that best suits them.
You'll be fully versed in the MSE Editorial Code, to ensure everything we communicate has the user's best interests at heart.
You'll want to come up with new ideas to deliver content that excites and re-engages Club members on a regular basis. You'll also need to be able to work with technical and editorial teams across a number of sites in the UK.
We're looking for a User Support Executive to join our Clubs and Operations team. The team is responsible for the smooth running of Energy Club, Credit Club and other digital tools. It also ensures users get all the help they need by answering the hundreds of queries we receive about these tools and the site in general. Plus it sends out all scheduled and campaign emails for the Clubs and runs MSE's huge collective energy switches.
We have an amazing feedback loop with our users which helps us understand trends, problems, poor companies and injustices that are then used to develop our next campaign, new tools or improve existing tools. You'll be pivotal in making sure we help users as much as possible and use the feedback we receive to fight back against consumer injustices.
You'll join a team that is sociable, friendly and enjoys collaborating with other teams across the organisation. It works closely with the product, editorial and commercial/analytics teams to give users the best experience and outcomes possible and strives for improvement every day, even in the small things.
MoneySavingExpert.com – the UK's largest consumer website with more than 15 million unique users a month – is looking for a talented and hungry Consumer Writer to join the editorial team in our central London office.
You'll primarily be writing and updating guides as part of our features team, but will also write news stories, blogs and content for the MSE weekly email across a range of topics, such as consumer rights, travel, motoring, mobile phones, shopping, boosting your income and more. You'll be required to take responsibility for certain topics and become an expert in those areas.
As well as being a top-notch journalist who can explain complicated subjects in an easy-to-read manner, you'll need an analytical mind and meticulous attention to detail to ensure every word you publish is absolutely spot-on.
Ideally you'll have worked for a consumer-facing publication before and have a good knowledge of consumer issues.
Candidates must have:
- Prior journalism experience.
- A flair for writing and the ability to bring complex subjects to life.
- The ability to work to tight deadlines.
- Meticulous attention to detail.
- The ability to crunch numbers and think analytically.
- Knowledge and experience of reporting on personal finance and consumer stories.
- Familiarity with HTML.
- NCTJ or other accredited journalism qualification.