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MSE Job Opportunities

Current vacancies for jobs and internships

From time to time, jobs and internships are available at, and we like it when they go to site users. Most jobs are advertised first in the free weekly email.

This page has details of all current job opportunities, based in London. Salaries for permanent roles are never listed as it means future team members' incomes will be permanently recorded, but they tend to fit with experience.

Editorial roles

Apologies in advance - due to the large number of enquiries received, we will only reply to successful applicants.

Personal researcher for Martin Lewis

We're recruiting a researcher specifically to cover Martin's wide portfolio of work. This includes, TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, campaigns and meetings with Government and charities.

Your main task will be to provide background research across money, consumer and deals topics. This will involve directly researching requested topics as well as liaising with MoneySavingExpert's editorial teams. The research will be used for Martin's media appearances, campaigns and any other ventures or meetings Martin is involved in. In addition, you'll be required to draft articles to go to external sources and write preliminary briefs as and when necessary.

The role would be suitable for an NCTJ qualified journalist or someone with one or two years analytical or equivalent work experience. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates must have (see the full personal researcher job profile for more):

- High levels of numeracy - spreadsheet ability essential
- Excellent written and spoken English
- High levels of accuracy and attention to detail
- Good research skills
- Good knowledge of the internet


- Some knowledge of HTML
- Good knowledge of MoneySavingExpert and Martin Lewis' work
- Good knowledge of personal finance

For further details, please see the full personal researcher role profile. To apply, please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to Catherine Mackenzie at Please put ‘Personal Researcher’ in the subject line.

Features writer

We’re looking for a talented, hungry and experienced journalist to join our editorial team and help cover a wide range of consumer issues.

You’ll be primarily responsible for writing new guides and updating existing guides, covering everything from shopping and motoring to boosting your income. There will be a particular focus on travel as we look to develop and expand our existing travel section.

As well as being a top-notch journalist who can explain complicated subjects in an easy-to-read manner, you’ll also have an analytical mind and meticulous attention to detail to ensure every word you publish is absolutely spot-on, so our 14 million unique users a month always get accurate and timely information.

Ideally you’ll have worked for a consumer-facing publication before and will have a strong grasp of the relevant topics - an interest in consumer issues is a must.

Candidates must have:
- A flair for writing and the ability to bring to life often-complex subjects
- A proven track record working as a journalist online
- The ability to work to tight deadlines
- Strong time management/prioritisation skills
- The ability to think analytically

- Familiarity with HTML
- Knowledge of travel and other consumer issues

This is a full-time role based in our central London office. To apply, please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to Steve Nowottny at

Money team analyst

We have a vacancy for an analyst to join our editorial team in London. You'll be responsible for keeping the financial products on our site up to date.

The role will involve updating existing product-based money guides with accurate information and new best buy products and helping the team research financial issues and products for new guides. This is to maintain our journalistic excellence so the information on the site is always up to date. You’ll also research the latest developments in the personal finance market, helping to feed in ideas for new areas for the team to focus on.

We’re looking for someone with very high levels of accuracy, organisation and attention to detail. You should have an interest in the personal finance sphere, and an ability to keep up to date with developments and spot future areas of interest. In addition, an understanding of personal finance products – credit cards, loans, savings – would be beneficial.

For more on main activities, skills required and responsibilities, see the full job description.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to Helen Saxon at

Consumer researcher

We are recruiting a researcher to join our editorial team. Based in our central London office, you’ll be primarily responsible for keeping the site up-to-date with all the latest products and information across broadband, TV and telecoms, though you may also be asked to help cover other consumer topics such as travel and motoring on occasion.

The role will require you to update product-based guides and keep on top of market developments. This is to maintain our journalistic excellence so the information on the site is always up to date. In addition, you’ll help carry out related research for the team, helping to feed in ideas on new areas we should focus on, and you'll be responsible for ensuring product write-ups and guides are clear, concise and useful for users.

We’re looking for someone with a very high attention to detail and the ability to spot anything out of the ordinary that could affect consumers. You’ll need to be able to think analytically and look at things from all angles, and must understand instinctively how MoneySavingExpert can best serve its users. You’ll need to be consistently accurate, have a good head for figures and must have great organisational skills.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates must have:

- Excellent analytical skills
- High levels of accuracy
- Exceptional attention to detail
- The ability to react quickly to market changes
- Good communication skills


- Knowledge of the telecoms and broadband markets
- Familiarity with HTML
- Experience of writing online

For further details, please see the full consumer researcher role profile. To apply, please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to Sally Francis at Please put ‘Consumer Researcher’ in the subject line.



MSE runs a rolling series of internships for MoneySavers looking to develop their careers and get relevant experience. These may be suitable for students able to work in the holidays, recent graduates or career changers.

It's important to understand these internships are not a prelude to a full-time job with MSE. They last for 12 weeks only, and we aim to provide appropriate experience to boost your chosen career. In return, we expect some hard work and a real contribution to the team.

To help with expenses for the intern period, MSE will pay the London Living Wage. Sign up to our weekly email to be alerted when they become available.