The BBC World Service Trust in Nigeria, the BBC’s international development charity which tackle poverty, human rights and health issues through creative use of the media is seeking to recruit experienced individuals who will join the Team based in Abuja on a new project. The project aims to address and improve the numerous health challenges plaguing women and children in our society through media development activities which will be designed to boost the capacity of media partners in the focal states to serve the public interest.
The positions are in Abuja based but may involve travelling to the local states in Nigeria and the contract duration is expected to be one year, with a six month probation period. Salary will be based on experience but does not include moving or relocation allowance to duty station.
Job Title: Producer/Trainer
The post is Abuja based but will involve travels to the local states.
The successful candidate will be delivering various training activities at partner radio stations across Nigeria and working with relevant partner organizations such as a radio/TV stations, civil society organizations, and other USAID partners
- Strong editorial judgment and substantial radio production experience, including production of audience participation formats, proven ability to analyze and critically eventuate editorial content, identifying strengths and weaknesses in programme content and driving constant improvement in output
- Minimum of 3 years experience in planning training courses and training of journalist and willingness to develop skills in these areas. through under standing of best practice in media training, strong understanding of the role of communications in development.
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s in humanities, social or management science or any related courses.
Method of Application
Interested candidates should please send in their application with an introduction letter stating capability and motivation on why they like the job, a detailed curriculum vitae with names and addresses of three professional referees (including their telephone, fax and email addresses) not later than 10th November 2011 to the
Head of HR/Administration,
BBC World service Trust,
(word document please) with the position applied for clearly stated.