Radio Announcer or DJ will be responsible to perform its duties in US-Military Radio Station (RIAB,s) in Logar and Wardak Province inside COB or FOB.
Duties and Resposibilities
- Broadcast journalists are responsible for investigating, gathering and reporting on news and current affairs.
- Generating ideas for stories/features and following leads from communities.
- Researching and collating evidence and information to support a story using relevant information sources (internet, archives, databases, etc)
- writing scripts for bulletins, headlines and reports
- Identifying potential interviewees, briefing them, preparing interview questions and conducting both live and recorded interviews
- preparing timings for each news item and monitoring these during broadcast;
- deciding on the running order for bulletins and making any necessary changes during broadcast;
- Developing and maintaining local contacts and assuming a public relations role.
The main duty of radio announcers is to present clear, informative and entertaining information to their audience. This often requires announcers to prepare for their broadcasts in advance in areas such as topic research, fact-checking and script or show outline preparation. Announcers and DJs may also have to compile song lists and prepare for personal interviews.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and called for the interviews.
Incomplete applications or applicants not meeting the minimal requirements will not be considered further
Address: Z&S Group of Companies office House # 255, street 10, Taimani watt, Kabul – Afghanistan
About Z and S Group of Companies
Z&S Group of Companies is a non – Political, Independent and profitable Company founded in 2006 for the purpose of media development activities in Afghanistan. Z&S had experience in field of Media, Marketing and Advertising.
Z&S Afghanistan is committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality upon recruitments. In line with our policy, female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
Deadline : 17 Nov 2012