All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Telegraph Media Group employees based on 18 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.1/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
2.9/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.3/5
 
Company Culture:
2.9/5
 
Career Progression:
2.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
3.1/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.3/5
 

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Industry: Journalism Department: Business Job Title: Business reporter

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Job Title: Advertising Operations Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Photography Department: Pictures Job Title: Picture Desk Intern

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Recruitment Department: Recruitment Job Title: Talent Resourcer

Industry: Arts & Media, Writer Department: Lifestyle Job Title: Lifestyle Intern

Industry: Arts & Media, Journalism Department: Magazine Features Writer Job Title: Features Intern

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Production Department: Commercial Video Production Job Title: Commercial Video Intern

Industry: Arts & Media, Online Marketing Department: Business Events Job Title: Intern

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources (Talent Management & Development) Department: TMG Academy Job Title: Graduate Talent Programmes Coordinator

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Business Events Job Title: Marketing Coordinator

Industry: Arts & Media, Journalism Department: Editorial Job Title: Editorial Graduate

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Recruitment Department: Talent Resourcing Job Title: Talent Resourcing Co-ordinator

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources (Talent Management & Development) Department: TMG Academy Job Title: Talent Acquisition Specialist

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: Create Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Journalism Department: HR Job Title: Induction Business Partner

Industry: Arts & Media, Journalism Department: Editorial Job Title: Reporter

Industry: Arts & Media, Journalism Department: Editorial Job Title: Editorial graduate trainee

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Sales Job Title: Key Account Executive

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Application Advice:

Read The Telegraph, think about the audience, think how you would appeal to them, what is it missing?, what would you change/make better? What would you add to the company? Think creatively and use your advantage as a young person and consumer of news.

Interview Advice:

Come well-prepared, but not with rehearsed answers. Be ready for anything, read the news for weeks before, know what's happening and what's in the paper on that day and the previous weeks. Get to know the website and be able to critique it. Who are your heroes/inspirations? Why?

Business reporter, Business at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be honest and show that you can be great to be around inside and outside of work - It isn't all about your credentials but more about you, and your willingness to learn

Interview Advice:

If someone in the workplace was pushing you to focus on one thing when you know your priority should be another, how would you deal with this situation?

Advertising Operations Executive, at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Do it! It has been such a valuable experience for me so far. And I am so excited about being here even two months into the role. I can't wait to see what else I can learn. My advice when applying is to really just try and be yourself. Let your personality shine through, as this is probably the most important thing.

Interview Advice:

The assessment day was a lot better than I feared. Although it was very emotionally draining. I wanted the place so much and really didn't expect to get it. All the applicants on the day were very nice and friendly. We were asked prior to the day to create a short presentation. This was the first task we had to do, which I found very nerve racking but luckily we only had to talk in front of the two assessors. We got set group tasks after this.

Picture Desk Intern, Pictures at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Don't just focus on your suitability for a position from an experience perspective. TMG are keen on bringing on people who are the right cultural fit for the business.

Talent Resourcer, Recruitment at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Don't try too hard, as they can tell, instead be honest and let your natural enthusiasm shine through. Try and be as relaxed as possible and don't get too worried about filming yourself.

Interview Advice:

Don't be too nervous! Relax and remember that your talent has gotten you here so far, it'd be a shame to let nerves ruin it. During the group interview try not to talk over everyone else just to get your point across. They're looking to see you can work in a team as well don't forget!

Make sure you know the style and what the department you're applying for covers. Who are your favourite columnists? What was the last interesting thing you read from them? What improvements could be made?

Think of questions to ask them once the they've finished speaking to you.

Stay enthusiastic throughout!

Lifestyle Intern, Lifestyle at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Don't be worried about a perceived lack of experience, or daunted by the girl at your assessment day braying about having done 10 internships before. You're all equal at that stage, so work hard in preparation - harder than everyone else, you'll know when you're doing that - and you'll be fine.

Interview Advice:

Know the publication inside out, be it the magazine, section or paper as a whole. Have a list of sections and writers and previous articles ready to mention even if you've never read it.

Then just be nice, and be a bit aware of the general media/news landscape, too.

Features Intern, Magazine Features Writer at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, make sure your best attributes shine through but also your enthusiasm. Your CV and cover letter should be unique and engaging so don't always do the same thing. Take an active interest in the company your applying for, the shows they make, the kind of thing they produce and it will show in your application.

Commercial Video Intern, Commercial Video Production at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be confident in yourself and sell yourself well. Have good ambition and your own idea's. You don't have to be the finished article, be someone who is willing to learn and work hard.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for any possible question, research which they have been doing recently, so you have an understanding of the department. Be confident in yourself and what you have done before and show a willingness to learn and grow in the job.

Intern, Business Events at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

It is not necessary to have had previous Marketing experience for this job as you will receive training. It is essential that you can multi-task and organise your workload efficiently since you will work to tight dealings and juggle various responsibilities.

Marketing Coordinator, Business Events at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Don't panic about the video element to the application process.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself on the assessment day

Editorial Graduate, Editorial at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Really sell yourself on your CV and application and an eye catching CV always helps!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, generally the team are interested in getting to know you.

Talent Resourcing Co-ordinator, Talent Resourcing at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about and knowledgeable about the Telegraph. We are going through change and wanting to become a digital business - show that you want to be part of that change.

Talent Acquisition Specialist, TMG Academy at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

For this particular role my advice would be to make sure you research the ins and outs of being a Project Manager. Don't get too bogged down in the requirements for print/online skills as at this level they can be picked up quickly by a bright candidate. One of the most important things is personality - you have to come across as calm under pressure, highly organised and have great communication skills, as this role is all about the way you communicate information.

Interview Advice:

If you were applying to work here within the next couple of months my advice would be to make sure you understand the business. It is going through huge change at the moment and candidates should be aware of this.

Project Manager, Create at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be very honest. Make sure that you check and double check your spelling as the recruitment team is very hot on this.

Induction Business Partner, HR at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be serious about news and newspapers, read every paper every day and understand TMGs purpose - strengths and weaknesses - as a media outlet.

Reporter, Editorial at Telegraph Media Group
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Application Advice:

Be honest; demonstrate your passion of journalism; don't give the answer you think they want, give what you really believe

Editorial graduate trainee, Editorial at Telegraph Media Group
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