VACANCY: Deputy editor needed in Lagos

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​​DEADLINE: MAY 29, 2020  A media organisation based in Lagos is in need of a Deputy Editor to strengthen its editorial department.
The preferred candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree preferably in Mass Communication/Journalism (a master’s degree will be an advantage).
Interested candidate must also have a minimum of 10 years’ experience as a journalist, three of which should be in health journalism.
Interested candidate must have a good knowledge of the health sector, a good knowledge of the health sector.
Interested deputy editor candidate must also possess strong reportorial and proof-reading skills.
Other requirements include great knowledge of newspaper production techniques, fluency in written and spoken English and good computer, Information Technology (IT) and social media skills.
Interested candidates should send their applications and abridged resumes to



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