Condé Nast Britain
For more than 100 years, Condé Nast has been synonymous with engaging, visually arresting and innovative publishing.
Today, the world’s leading privately-owned multimedia company continues to create the finest magazine brands in the world, and leads the way in producing outstanding digital content across multiple platforms.
Iconic brands are shaped by people with passion, innovation and creativity.
More than 750 employees in Condé Nast Britain and at Condé Nast International’s London headquarters help drive the ongoing success of our expanding business.
To work at Condé Nast is to be a part of a renowned, influential and fast-evolving company dedicated to creating and distributing engaging, extraordinary content, across multiple platforms.
Condé Nast is committed to a comprehensive policy of equal opportunities in employment where individuals are selected and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities, without regard to age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation (the protected characteristics).
Condé Nast does not discriminate because of any protected characteristic. Our policy and practice require that all employees are afforded equal opportunities within employment, and that entry into employment and career progression will be determined only by personal merit. In all cases, an individual’s ability to perform a role will be the primary consideration.
Meet our People
Senior Executive Assistant to the Editor in Chief - Vogue
Never a dull day! My job as Executive Assistant is to act as a first point of contact to the Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful OBE. I provide and facilitate all needs and requirements however large or small!
Digital Editor - Wired
I run WIRED's website, I'm working with a great team of Editors to commission and write stories that explain how our world is changing.
Head of Archive and Syndication - Editorial Business
Heading up the Archive and Syndication department, I am responsible for the archival material from conservation to digitalisation, and the licensing of our contents.
Digital Editor - GQ
GQ has a renowned legacy for storytelling and investing in quality journalism - it’s an exciting time to be leading digital content across the website and social platforms.
Creative Lead - Glamour
I wanted to work for the best in publishing that was in the midst of driving innovation in the digital and experiential space. Glamour's new beauty focused direction offered all the right challenges that made this role just one of a kind. In this job I'm able to interact and collaborate with the most talented and successful brands whilst being part of one of the most incredible team in the industry!
Promotions Art Director - World of Interiors
I am responsible for the overall visuals, from inception to completion of Special Projects for The World of Interiors and House & Garden.
Having the opportunity to work at Vogue and see through each new issue of the magazine is a privilege I could have never dreamed of. Seeing copies of a new issue in the stands makes you forget about all the hard work required to see this come to life.
Head of Management Accounts - Finance
I head up the Finance department and am proactively supporting the business with respect to its information needs, maintaining control over the financial performance of the business and adding value using financial analysis.
Personal Assistant to Editor in Chief - Tatler
Creativity is at the heart of Conde Nast and the team dynamic in Tatler is definitely one where high energy and fresh ideas are embraced. My key responsibilities include supporting the Tatler Editor with administration support and extensive diary management.
Senior Account Manager - House & Garden/World of Interiors
Having started my career on the Condé Nast Graduate Scheme six years ago, I’ve worked my way up to the position Account Director on the House & Garden and The World of Interiors commercial team. It’s a permanently evolving market and role which means no two days are ever the same.
Advertising Sales Graduate Scheme
Our Advertising Sales Graduate Scheme can offer an invaluable grounding for a successful career in the world of publishing.
Our graduates are given intensive, visionary training in sales techniques, copywriting, advertisement design and client management.
The Condé Nast Classified department is fast-paced and hugely successful, publishing the highest number of classified pages of any magazine group in the UK.
Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design
The Condé Nast College, operating from its state-of-the-art facility in the heart of Soho, provides students with a world-class fashion education. All of our courses fuse exciting and intensive academic learning with unrivalled access to the best and brightest minds in the industry, including the Condé Nast magazine teams at Vogue, LOVE, Glamour, GQ etc. While our courses are extremely creative, their purpose is not to teach our students how to be fashion designers – instead they learn about styling, journalism, buying, marketing, branding, graphic design, PR, digital strategy, business, events, entrepreneurship, e-commerce and the myriad other career paths into this exciting and fast-moving industry.
Join the Condé Nast temporary talent pool
We use a number of temporary staff to help cover holiday and long term sickness absences. If you would like do some casual work while looking for a permanent position or in the holidays from your studies, please do apply by following the link at the bottom of our current vacancies page.
Most temporary assignments are of an administrative nature so office-based skills, organisation and a polite telephone manner are essential. We often need to fill these positions on short notice so we really do appreciate candidate’s flexibility and enthusiasm. Successful candidates will be invited to an interview with a member of the Talent team and they will then be added to the temporary pool.
Discover our unique benefits below.
25 days annual leave in addition to all UK public holidays, pro-rated for part-time staff
After 12 months’ service, employees become eligible to join our private medical insurance scheme
After 6 months’ service, employees become eligible to join our generous contributory pension scheme
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