Application Due Date: 18 December, 2018


Task Referral BBC/TP/788771/33649

Agreement Type

Irreversible– Full-time

Closing Date

18 December, 2018

Task Classification


Company System

News– W2020– Africa


Lagos, Nigeria

Sign up with the African digital development group of multitalented reporters, designers, illustrators and graphic designers with the required to innovate and affect the next generation of African females.

The BBC has a brand-new digital development center in Lagos with the aspiration to establish digital journalism in Africa. Your function as Women Affairs Reporter will play a crucial function in assisting our material reach underserved audiences– such as more youthful, more female and more varied demographics in Africa.

Function Obligation

BBC has an amazing chance to develop brand-new types of digital storytelling and journalism that reaches 111 million individuals in Africa. As a Women Affairs Reporter you will sign up with a multidisciplinary digital group in Lagos, playing an important function in brainstorming, producing and carrying out females’s material.

You’ll likewise be contribute frequently and host our brand-new TELEVISION program The SheWord so we are trying to find prospects who are comfy in front of the video camera.

Eligibility Requirements:

The BBC’s Africa Center is trying to find an innovative reporter knowledgeable about the emerging and unreported stories about African females. You will have a background producing material that represents and targets African females, producing engaging stories.

BBC is trying to find a knowledgeable reporter who is literate in social networks. You will be somebody who really thinks there are lots of stories about African females to be informed who will source, curate and commission material on females’s concerns from throughout Africa.

Plan Description

Agreement: Continuing

Base: Lagos, Nigeria

Meant interview dates: Interviews are provisionally prepared for Monday 14 th January2019

Any deal of work with the BBC will be conditional upon you can operate in Nigeria

For Additional Information:

Go To the Authorities Web Page of the BBC Africa Women’s Affairs Reporter

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