Several Vacancies, BBC World Service Trust, Sierra Leone – including Radio Producer and Trainer

Via Scoop.itMediaMentor
JOB VACANCIES in Kenema The BBC World Service Trust (BBC WST) is the international development agency of the BBC, using media and communications to improve people’s lives. The BBC WST is running a 3 year skills development project which will promote radio to build awareness and improve the technical capacities of farmers working in the cocoa sector in Eastern Sierra Leone. The BBC WST is now recruiting for 4 new positions to work at our field office in Kenema. These are all national positions offered on 12 month contracts and come with competitive local terms and conditions.
The four positions are; • Project Officer –supporting the Livelihoods Programme Manager in planning and co-ordinating the project, • Finance and Administration Officer – responsible for financial management and administration of the Kenema office, • Radio Producer and Trainer – delivering a range of radio production and training outputs with Eastern Radio, • Driver – to drive the project vehicle and ensure the safety of project and partner staff in the vehicle.
Via www.devnetjobs.org

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2 Responses to Several Vacancies, BBC World Service Trust, Sierra Leone – including Radio Producer and Trainer

  1. Joshua Kamara says:

    I have applied for the post of driver and no reply, my name is Joshua Kamara

    • Good luck these kind of things take time…

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