Do you check Twitter or Facebook before you brush your teeth in the morning? Do you have a knack for distilling the latest debate into 140 characters? If so, you could join our dynamic and growing team.
Started in 2013, the Bhekisisa Mail & Guardian Centre for Health Journalism produces daily news and features on health from across Africa. The centre also works to train and mentor African journalists to improve the quality of health reporting around the continent. With a dedicated audience in South Africa and a growing international readership, we are looking for a dynamic social media and content producer to help us grow our community of readers. We’d like to employ someone who recognises the power of social media not only to drive engagement but also to help affect social change – and knows how to use it.
Check out the details:
Application deadline: 12 August 2016
Application materials should be emailed to email@example.com
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