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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 our free weekly email.

This page has details of all current job opportunities (if any are available), based in London. 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.

Editorial roles

Energy Product Writer

We have a vacancy for an energy writer to join our editorial team, based in our central London office. You'll be responsible for keeping MoneySavingExpert's Cheap Energy Club up to date with all the latest energy tariffs and information, as well as ensuring the articles on site (and new ones) are accurate and well written.

The role will require you to keep on top of market developments and Ofgem consultations, rules and announcements. 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 be responsible for writing clear, concise and useful energy guides as well as keeping them up to date.

We're looking for someone with 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 our users. You'll need to be consistently accurate, have a good head for figures and be able to write clearly about often complex topics.

You'll be part of our products team, but will also work closely with our Cheap Energy Club, which now has almost two million members and has just handled a huge 130,000 switches thanks to our collective switch event.

Candidates must have:

  • Excellent analytical skills
  • A high level of accuracy
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • The ability to react quickly to market changes
  • Good writing and communication skills


  • Knowledge of the energy markets
  • Familiarity with HTML
  • Experience writing online content

For further details, please see the Energy Product Writer role profile. To apply, please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to Helen Saxon at Please put "Energy Product Writer" in the subject line.


Digital Category Manager

We're looking for someone outstanding to join the growing and passionate Clubs team to oversee the optimisation and performance of some of the major apps, reporting into Archna Luthra, Head of Clubs and Operations.

The Clubs team looks after all the live MSE Clubs plus tools such as our Eligibility Checkers, Mortgage Best Buys, Resolver and TravelMoneyMax. The aim of our tools is to make saving money and finding the best products as easy as possible.

Key activities will include:

  • Monitor the performance of the sites by developing valuable and actionable KPIs.
  • Work with the product team to develop an optimisation plan.
  • Draw out relevant insights to drive strategy and ensure each channel is helping users while supporting the organisation financially.
  • With the product team generate innovative, insight-led ideas to ensure tools meet the needs of our users.
  • Work with the SEO and editorial teams to ensure tools are fully search optimised.
  • Work with providers to drive new features and functionality within tools and drive market change.
  • Oversee the day-to-day running of the tools, ensuring they are operating smoothly and optimally.
  • Review performance of the alert emails sent across tools, ensure users are getting the right information and develop/execute an optimisation plan.

Desired skills and experience

You are a results-driven firecracker, hungry to get things done, with an array of examples that show you've achieved real results.

You're also a team player, able to motivate and inspire a cross functional team to achieve the end goal and vision. You'll be an asset to the hard-working but fun environment the Clubs team has created.

When we meet you, you'll also be able to show us that you:

  • Are educated to degree level.
  • Have extensive experience working in a digital environment.
  • Have knowledge of the finance industry or a strong desire and ability to learn more about the personal finance marketplace.
  • Have strong numerical/analytical skills – and like the detail.
  • Want to know who our users are and what they want.
  • Have strong communication skills and be able to talk to everyone from directors to developers.
  • Have a proven track record of delivering projects to deadline.
  • Have exceptional attention to detail.
  • Be organised and able to prioritise in a fast-paced environment.
  • Are evangelical about using smart technology to solve people's problems.
  • Be results driven and hungry to get things done.

The job is based in our central London office. Salary will be commensurate with experience. If you're interested, email your CV and covering letter to Archna Luthra at Please put "Digital Category Manager" in the subject line.


Digital Community Executive

We are looking for a motivated, community and social media savvy graduate/second jobber, who can combine overall direction with a proactive approach to making our forum the best MoneySaving experience it can be.

You'll immerse yourself in our hugely popular social network to research trends as well as users' views and experiences. You'll come up with ideas for new editorial content, tools and ways to improve and enhance our forum. You'll also support our in-house legal and abuse teams to research forum complaints and update senior staff. 

You must have a passion for MoneySaving, be comfortable relying on your own initiative and be able to effectively manage a very vocal community with understanding and empathy for occasionally sensitive subject matter.

You need to have/be:

  • Excellent written/spoken English
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Passion for MoneySaving
  • Creative, with strong writing skills
  • Comfortable relying on own initiative
  • A natural storyteller
  • Social media savvy
  • Understanding/empathy for occasionally sensitive subject matter
  • Educated to degree level


  • Google Analytics experience
  • Advanced Excel skills
  • Familiarity with HTML

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

To apply, please email your CV, covering letter, salary expectation and any enquiries about the role to Matt Hope at Please include "Digital Community Executive" in the title.