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BBC News brings together Network News, English Regions and Global News’ English and Language Services to serve a large variety of audiences in the UK and around the world on many platforms.
At the heart of this structure, BBC News Content provides news reports, pictures and audio material to all BBC News programmes and services – both in the UK and internationally – in English and other languages. This content is of the highest possible editorial and technical standard, which in turn provides the best value for money for BBC audiences around the world.
BBC News Content has to ensure that in the face of increasing competition, BBC News is the world leader in newsgathering and is at the forefront of both its editorial coverage and technological innovation in broadcasting and digital services.
We are looking for a Senior Journalist to join our team based in Nairobi. This is an attachment / fixed term contract for 12 months.
Reporting to the News Editor, you will be responsible for producing content for all output with News Content correspondents and reporters in the region. On occasion you will work in collaboration with World Service correspondents and reporters in Africa. Together with the TV, Social Media and Multimedia desks, you will act as a point of editorial reference for journalists and correspondents, providing editorial leadership as required. You will exercise your editorial judgement, creativity and flair to make original and compelling multimedia content. You will also offer ideas for daily output and future diary events, suggesting new angles on existing stories and putting forward stories not yet covered.
The Ideal Candidate
The successful candidate will have a demonstrable background in a senior journalistic role with evidence of field production experience. You will have first class knowledge of news that appeals to an African audience. A broadcast-level of English, written and spoken, is essential. You will have notable experience of working across multi-platforms including TV, digital and radio. You will have a wide range of contacts in your network. In addition, you must have evidence of producing high-impact stories. Knowledge of creating TV news programmes to the highest editorial standards is important. You will have an in-depth knowledge of news and stories related to the East Africa region, with a full understanding of its history, politics, social and cultural issues. A thorough understanding of the latest developments in storytelling is key.
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Contract: attachment / fixed term contract for 12 months
Local terms and conditions apply
Any offer of employment is conditional upon you having the right to work in Kenya
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