Reporting to the BBC Head of West Africa, you will play a key role in the digital transformation of the Hausa Service and will ensure that digital, TV and radio output adheres to our highest editorial standards.
You will use your excellent knowledge of the audience needs in Nigeria and Africa, both digitally and on TV, in order to shape the content.
With your first class leadership skills, you will oversee and lead a team of journalists in Abuja and remotely.
Are you the right candidate?
The successful candidate will be a fluent Hausa and English speaker and writer, with a recent and extensive background as a senior journalist.
You will be a digital innovator with a deep understanding of new technology and how it can be used in a news environment.
You will demonstrate a wide, thorough and up to date familiarity of news and current affairs in Nigeria and the surrounding areas.
Contract : continuing
Local terms and conditions apply
Location : Abuja, Nigeria
Any offer of employment is conditional upon you having the right to work in Nigeria
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