NYSC Reporting/IT Interns
Are you a serving member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme looking for a place of primary assignment? Are you tech-savvy and have an interest in public interest journalism?
HumAngle Media is looking to hire interns to join its editorial team in these capacities:
- IT Assistant.
Candidates should have basic knowledge of journalism/writing, be passionate about career growth, and be willing and able to learn. Successful applicants will be part of a flexible, idea-friendly, and inclusive environment operating a hybrid workplace model. Outstanding hires stand a chance of gaining full employment following their service year.
HumAngle is one of Africa’s fastest-growing media establishments dedicated to the innovative coverage of conflict, development, and humanitarian issues on the continent.
Location: Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Net salary: ₦50,000/month.
Depending on the roles hired for, successful candidates will be responsible for the following:
- Conducting research to support the editorial team’s reporting interests.
- Developing error-free and well-structured content, including news articles, long reads, podcast scripts, social media copies, and so on.
- Managing website publications and posts across social media platforms.
- Supporting other members of the newsroom to achieve set objectives and helping with assigned tasks.
- Be ambitious, curious, creative, resourceful, teachable, and eager to contribute.
- Have a writing portfolio that demonstrates proficiency in the use of language and considerable research and analytical skills.
- Be familiar with basic tools such as Microsoft Office and Google Docs. (Knowledge of how to use design and multimedia tools is a plus.)
- Possess excellent IT skills and be familiar with major social media platforms.
- Have skills necessary to work in a team, including the ability to absorb constructive criticism, communicate ideas effectively, and deliver tasks within agreed timeframes.
The deadline for application is Sunday June 4th, 2023.
To apply for this job please visit forms.gle.
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