Channels Television is recruiting Reviewed by Momizat on . Corporate Affairs Manager The successful candidate shall be responsible for the following functions: • Media relations • Marketing Communication • Advertising • Corporate Affairs Manager The successful candidate shall be responsible for the following functions: • Media relations • Marketing Communication • Advertising • Rating:
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Channels Television is recruiting

Corporate Affairs Manager
The successful candidate shall be responsible for the following functions:
• Media relations
• Marketing Communication
• Advertising
• Reputation management
• Image making/brand building
• Corporate promotions
• Public relations
• Events management
• Corporate social responsibility/social investment
• Protocol management
General requirements
Candidate shall be pre-qualified with any of the three sets of general requirements:
1. First degree, second class upper division in MANAGEMENT SCIENCES with preference for FINANCE. In addition, a minimum of 5 years experience in journalism in a reputable media organisation is necessary;
2. A first degree, second class upper division in Mass Communication or Social Sciences or Humanities with added advantage of a post graduate degree preferably an MBA or M.Sc in Economics or Finance. In addition, a minimum of 5 years experience in journalism in a reputable organisation is necessary;
3. A first degree, second class upper in Mass Communication or Social Sciences or Humanities. In addition, a minimum of 8 years experience in journalism in a reputable media organisation is necessary.
Other requirements
1. Public relations skills
2. Creative communication skills
3. Excellent inter-personal relationship skills
4. Excellent writing skills
5. Good knowledge of Nigeria and international media environment
Web team leader
Successful candidate:
• Will be a team leader within the web unit.
• Will have experience of leading a small team of up to 10 people
• Will have at least 5 years experience in web design and development
• Will be able to write and debug programmes that will enhance Channels Television website
• Will have strong programming background, using a variety of programme language (Java, html, etc) and more
• Will have knowledge and experience of carrying out all the duties of the Web Programmer as listed below.
Web Programmer
• The web programmer will be someone with more than three years work experience in programme scripting that will either create add-ons or enhancement to Channels Television website
• He/She will have knowledge of more than one programming language and able to work on design, development, deployment and end-to-end implementation
• He/She must be a team player that is able to convert ideas into technical specifications which can and will inform development for add-ons or enhancements.
Web Editor/Blogger
• The web editor/blogger will have strong experience in writing feature stories and converting interviews in question and answer format into feature stories.
• He/She must have a good reportorial background, with ability to research, conduct interviews and develop a good report from materials sourced
• He/She will be able to carry out editing of stories and have eyes for details to the extent of being able to identify errors, typos, and other finite mistakes as well as have the ability to make changes required.
• He/She will have the ability and basic knowledge of updating at least one web theme/system, e.g wordPress, Jumla etc
• He/She must have a strong eye/nose for identifying news story and have a keen interest in pursuing and developing such stories for the website and in some cases for television.
• He/She must have a good knowledge and experience in blogging
Interested applicants should send RESUME to jobs@channelstv.com with the position applied for as the subject of the email on or before 30 June, 2012

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  • Chike Oshi

    I just want to ask a question: Are these positions meant to make the applicants Deputy Directors and Senior Managers? I think organisations like yours should make provision for upcoming graduates to apply and find something to do. Now, what you are planning to do is to pouch staff from other organisations who have trained them. Kindly lead by re-organizing this requirement structure to give opportunities to Smart and deserving Nigerians. Thank you.

  • Candosky

    You are certainly not helping Nigerian fresh graduates, yet you broadcast alarming youth unemployment. Where is the position for fresh graduates? They can do all these if you employ and train them. By this advert, you are giving jobs to those who have jobs. If you want your organisation to grow from the grasstoot, go and look for fresh graduates and train them. There’s nothing wrong with this. If you were not given opportunity as a fresh graduate, you’d not be where you are today. Thank you.

    • mayorala

       Good talk, Tony Momoh take note after all you were given opportunity in the then NTV as young man please do same employ and train don’t pouch.

    • Abubakar tanimu

      You are very right Tony, that’s what they are.

  • Orezimena

    Candosky you  are absolutely correct.Did they care about what they say,they say it to encourage us watch their channel but they are simply the best in reporting.

  • Tokunbo

    So where do we fresh graduates go? To space for the experience you demand? I mean, kudos to those who have got it but we who dont have it are not exactly stupid you know. this station used to mean a lot to me but lately, I’m not impressed. #smh#

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