DEADLINE: JULY 30, 2021 —Nigeria Health Watch is looking for an Editor to produce and publish content for the organization.
Nigeria Health Watch is a not-for-profit organization that advocates for the health of Nigerians, strengthen the capacity of health sector, enlighten Nigerians on good health habits and practices, and engage government towards good health policies.
The selected candidate will review content, develop strategies and style guidelines, approve pitches, set publication goals, and generate story ideas.
The ideal candidate must have an eye for detail, an excellent command of English language (written and spoken), and a strong journalistic and reporting
Interested applicants must have tertiary qualifications in journalism, media and communications, or other relevant degree.
Applicants must also have 5-8 years’ writing and editing experience.
The Editor will be required to work in Abuja.
The deadline for applications is July 30th, 2021.
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