Ride with us
We’re crazy about finding and sharing great stories, and even crazier about cycling.* So, if you’re a curious, connected, cultured content producer with the stamina and ambition to get us over the next mountain, we want to hear from you. (Don’t worry, cycling obsession not compulsory).
Explore our current vacancies below, or drop us a line if you'd like to discuss other potential opportunities. We're always interested in hearing from creative collaborators, contributors and interns.
*Did you know for instance that we sponsor a pro team – Lunsar Cycling – and a stage race in Sierra Leone? And one of our directors has ridden with Tour de France champion Chris Froome, while the other has written a book about cycling? Well, you do now.
Video editors/producers (freelance)
We’re looking for freelance video editors and producers with experience of brand films for project-based work at our fast-paced, energetic studio off Brick Lane, east London. See examples of our video output here.
Please email with your CV and links/portfolio of relevant work (under 5mb please).
Freelance writers/editors (financial & legal)
Speak Media’s unique ‘integrated newsroom’ service helps FTSE 100 firms find and tell the stories that matter to their audiences – and we’re looking to expand our network of freelance journalists.
We hire writers and editors with national, international or industry press experience, capable of generating commercially-relevant ideas, writing well-researched thought-leadership pieces, and interviewing senior execs at some of the UK’s biggest companies, including Barclays, Freshfields, Royal Mail Group and O2.
Our contributors benefit from challenging work, a flexible and collaborative team environment, competitive rates of pay and the prospect of a steady stream of commissions all year round.
We’re currently seeking specialists in the following areas:
Legal & professional services
If you’re interested and would like to know more, please email with your CV and links/portfolio of relevant work (under 5mb please).