quarta-feira, abril 14, 2010

Formador em jornalismo económico

Jornalism Trainer , apply by: 22 -April-2010 Organization(s): Human Dynamics;  OneglobalExpert
Project title: Training on Financial Journalism
Country: ACP States (Burkina Faso and Mozambique)
Commencement date of the project: 3-May-2010

Duration of the assignment: 17 work days over max. 9 months

Brief description:
The global objective of this assignment is to improve financial literacy of low-income groups by providing them with education, information and advice to make informed and effective financial decisions and to engage actively in the financial sector. This in turn should increase the welfare of low-income consumers by increasing the quantity and quality of their use of financial services.

The specific objective is to provide high-quality practical training to African radio and TV journalists, to improve their understanding of the financial sector and to allow them to disseminate this information to their public in the form of interesting and critical consumer-oriented reports that will ultimately improve households’ understanding of financial products.

Qualifications and skills required:
- University degree in business, economics, finance, law or other any other relevant background replacing formal education combined with a background in journalism, and reporting experience in developing countries.
- Working languages: fluent in French or Portuguese, both orally and in writing;
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to be able to interact with trainees, Senior Trainer and other stakeholders;
- Good computer and writing skills.

Professional experience
- International training experience (min. 3 years), preferably in ACP countries.
- Proven experience in hands-on training of a diverse audience.
- Proven experience in conducting similar training in ACP, or developing countries.
- Ability to understand the needs of the trainees and adapt quickly.
- Experience of either voice or image or online digital recording and editing techniques and of the use of all information sources for adaptation to TV or radio reports.
- Familiar with financial literacy issues;
- Knowledge of the African financial journalism

See TOR Terms of Reference