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GIJN seeks French editor [Africa]

Posted on May 29, 2020 发表在 Investigative Journalism

Francophone investigative journalists and data journalists with five to 10 years of experience and based in subsaharan Africa can apply. 

The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) is looking for a French editor to help build and consolidate the investigative journalism networks and organization in francophone Africa.  

Responsibilities include aggregating and distributing content relevant to investigative journalists in the region;
serving as GIJN’s representative at regional conferences and other events; and more.

Applicants must have an excellent knowledge and mastery of oral and written French, the ability to communicate in English and experience managing social media. A strong broadband connection is required.

The deadline to apply is June 15.