27 Nov, 2019 @ 11:10
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JOBS: Biggest English-speaking newspaper in Spain the Olive Press hiring THREE new full-time journalists

Were Hiring

THE Olive Press is looking for three new full-time journalists to join its team on the Costa del Sol ASAP as we are planning to expand further.

The ideal candidates should be NCTJ-qualified, English-speaking, and have a driving license.

We are the largest online English news site in Spain, with 1.4 million visitors a month and have 250,000 readers of our print editions.

We have big expansion plans for both print and online in 2020, having just launched our fifth newspaper in Murcia.

We also have newspapers in Andalucia, Gibraltar, Mallorca and Alicante.

LIVE: Olive Press reporter Joshua Parfitt covering the Catalan independence riots in Barcelona

We have also started Olive Press TV and want people with great ideas for print, online and video.

Our website is now ranked in the top 600 in the UK, ahead of British news outlets such as the Daily Record and the Liverpool Echo.

We frequently work with international media and there are plenty of chances to get your name in the UK nationals, on the radio and TV.

In the last few months, our reporters have been in Madrid to witness the exhumation of General Franco, in Barcelona to cover the Catalan riots and in Ibiza to find out what Harry and Meghan got up to on holiday.

Olive Press Journalists
TEAM: Olive Press reporters working on a breaking news story

You will initially be based on the Costa del Sol (Estepona) and will cover local, national and Gibraltar news while working on investigations along the ‘Costa del Crime’.

Our weekend-style fortnightly papers mean you will try your hand at everything – investigations, hard news, politics, celebrity, culture, food and drink, think pieces, sport, listicles and more.

Our former journalists have gone on to work at The Daily Mail, The Sun, The Metro, Washington Post, ABC America, The Evening Standard, ITV, Daily Record, The Express and more.

Our company cars can be used at the weekends and there are amazing places on our doorstep, including Seville, Malaga, Cordoba and Granada all just a two hour drive away.

To apply send your CV and a covering letter to [email protected]

Staff Reporter

DO YOU HAVE NEWS FOR US at Spain’s most popular English newspaper - the Olive Press? Contact us now via email: [email protected] or call 951 273 575. To contact the newsdesk out of regular office hours please call +34 665 798 618.


  1. The cost of your new journos will no doubt be partially met by the income from your one-sided, paid for, banner ads for the British Tories.
    Does the OP think it fair to emblazon lies and anti-Corbyn propaganda across your online website, simply to grub a few quid from the Johnson mob?

    Location : malaga
  2. How rude of the blinkered one eyed pro Remoan saddo to call the OP out on their coverage of news. For a start its nothing to do with new journos costs and his nasty accusation is defamatory!

    Lets face it, if he doesn’t like the OP’s coverage and advertisements he needn’t bother to read it, he is of little value other than to himself!!!

    Location : Alhaurin
  3. The pro-Tory ad was pulled. That’s good enough for this one-eyed saddo!
    By the way, ad hominem insults are rarely persuasive of a stated position.

    Location : malaga
  4. After correcting him Jon, I expect he will apologise to you and the OP for making these false accusations :
    ‘one-sided, paid for, banner ads for the British Tories’ followed by ‘Emblazon lies and anti-Corbyn propaganda across your online website, simply to grub a few quid from the Johnson mob’. When we re-read this we see how nasty & fallacious his comments above really are.

    He must have been very confused & angry too writing such childish nonsense, however his unproven accusations ‘are rarely persuasive of a stated position’!

    Location : Alhaurin
  5. So sorry that you don’t have the power to prevent Google from desecrating your website Jon. The OP survives on advertising, perhaps it would be useful to add a rider to those ads that are “nothing to do with you.”

    Location : malaga

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