94 slots Available. Two per county.
Radio Reporters should identify and research news stories then present them on air to a wide range of different audiences. Some of the work is office or newsroom-based, but are expected to spend much of their time out and about gathering information, witnessing and recording events, and interviewing those involved. They may report live from events as they unfold, or record and edit material to create pre-recorded items for inclusion in news bulletins, or produce longer features or documentaries.
1.Diploma in Journalism and Mass communication
2.Must be fluent in translating,writing and reading kikuyu
3.Ability to work with minimal supervision
4.Any other course is an added advantage
5.At least 2 yrs experience in media related field
6.Indicate your preferred county
7.Must be computer literate
8.Must have nose for news.
9.Must be diligent.