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.

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By hannatu mato

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