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Investigative Data Analyst at Code for Africa (CfA)

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JULY 1, 2022

HR Assistant (Remote) at Code for Africa (CfA)

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Deputy Chief Financial Officer

Location: Nigeria | Code for Africa  | Job type: Full-time

Description

  • Are you a financial mind who wants to help drive change on the continent?
  • Code for Africa (CfA) has an immediate vacancy for a full-time Deputy Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to join our Secretariat team.
  • The position is based at one of our hubs in Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal or South Africa. We’re also open to exceptional applicants from elsewhere in Africa.
  • Candidates must have demonstrable experience in accounting and financial processes.
  • CfA is a nine-year-old pan-African network of digital democracy and journalism technology labs, registered as a public benefit non-profit organisation that has full-time staff in 21 African and European countries.
  • The headquarters are in South Africa. Our Secretariat team supports the entire organisation and all of its programmes, overseeing operations and governance, as well as handling all financial and HR matters.
  • The successful candidates will work as part of a multinational and multilingual team that works across a variety of programmes and projects.

About the Role

  • The successful candidates will join CfA’s small core management team in the Secretariat that is responsible for all financial and payroll systems that support our 80+ full-time staff and multi-million dollar project portfolio to achieve their best potential.
  • As Deputy CFO, you will report directly to the CFO. You will be responsible for implementing CfA’s financial policies and financial systems, ensuring processes and procedures run smoothly, and that your team diligently manages the organisation’s resources.
  • You will also be primarily responsible for drafting donor financial forecasts and reports, and will assist the CFO with the drafting of monthly management financial reports.

Responsibilities
Your daily responsibilities will include:

  • Lead the preparation and timely issuance of timely and clear budgets, financial forecasts, monthly / quarterly statements, partner / donor financial reports and annual audits.
  • Advise the Executive Committee (ExCo) team with insights / recommendations on potential changes to improve operational efficiencies.
  • Oversee working capital and cash flow management, including reporting cash forecasts.
  • Assess and manage any third-party partners/vendors to which accounting or other finance functions have been outsourced.
  • Ensure that the company complies with all legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Assess and maintain appropriate internal control safeguards.
  • Lead and mentor the existing finance team as well as oversee and manage their overall performance
  • Timely, proactive and clear communication on financial strategy and operations.
  • Proactively drive fiscal literacy amongst CfA managers, to improve institutional management of financial systems and resources.
  • Proactively manage vendor and partner / donor relationships and expectations, with clear communication and robust records.

Requirements
Required – minimum requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, MBA and / or CPA a plus
  • At least five (5) years of managerial experience in a finance function
  • Proven financial analysis and financial reporting ability
  • Sound understanding and prior experience of working with an international NGO
  • Proven experience and ability to provide support, guidance and training to financial and non-financial colleagues
  • Proficiency in accounting software and office practices
  • Experience in multi-currency accounting
  • Ability to work under tight deadlines with good prioritisation and time management skills
  • Ability to work with minimal instruction in a teamwork environment
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
  • Strong organisational, analytical and interpersonal skills
  • High professional standards and ethics

Preferred – candidates who are able to demonstrate the following will have an advantage:

  • 7 – 10 years of managerial experience in a finance function
  • Experience of working in cross-cultural and complex environments
  • Experience working in a digital-first environment (i.e. proficiency Google Suit, Xero, Slack and other digital platforms)

Language and Location Requirements:

  • Location: Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal or South Africa. Exceptional candidates from elsewhere in Africa will be considered.
  • Languages: English
  • Preferred but not required: Arabic, French, KiSwahili or any other major language spoken in Africa.

What We Offer

  • A competitive salary, subject to experience, with opportunities for performance-based growth, both in terms of career path and public stature.
  • A dynamic workplace, with a transnational team, occasional international travel, and generous vacation benefits.
  • Ongoing opportunities to learn cutting-edge skills and techniques / technologies to future-proof yourself in a rapidly evolving industry.
  • A chance to shine on a global stage, writing for international audiences and interacting with colleagues around the world.

Application Closing Date
1st December, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Communications Manager

Location: Nigeria | Employment Type: Full Time | Code for Africa

Description

  • CfA’s Engagement team is responsible for managing CfA’s public audience, by curating our platforms, communications and brand. The team actively works to grow CfA’s reputation and amplify our thought leadership and accomplishments through compelling multimedia storytelling.
  • Candidates must have demonstrable experience as communications managers, with powerful digital storytelling skills, and the ability to turn dense portfolios of technical work into highly engaging communications materials.
  • The successful candidate will lead a small team of digital storytellers and manage all the communications functions of a world-class non-profit, including developing multi-year content strategies, managing and marketing physical and online events, managing brands, producing content for multiple platforms, and more. 
  • The role will be for an English-speaking Communications Manager. Proficiency in local African languages and any additional international languages, such as Arabic or French, will be advantageous.

About the Role

  • The successful candidate will join CfA’s Engagement team. The team is responsible for telling CfA’s story, keeping it accessible and engaging. We amplify the work of our experts and external project partners across Africa, and communicate our shared vision of a more open, connected, and technologically empowered continent. You will join as team lead, and drive the development of CfA’s platforms, audiences, and global reputation.
  • You’ll drive the ongoing development of CfA’s communications strategy and set measurable goals that support our core objectives. Through this strategy you’ll inform how CfA uses its social media, our private Slack community, your team of writers, strategists and visual storytellers, and how we interact with our network of technical experts, and international partners. 
  • On a daily basis you will work with the Engagement team, partners, and CfA’s in-house teams of technical experts. You will oversee and direct the production of incisive, well informed content for CfA’s platforms, including, but not limited to, thought leadership blogs and innovative social media storytelling. 
  • At times you will be called upon by CfA’s executive committee, management committee and partners to help develop communications strategies, and advise on proposal writing and project implementation to maximise the impact of the organisation’s work. 
  • You’ll be responsible for curating CfA’s in-house knowledge around branding, communications strategy, events, messaging and platform management. You’ll work with your team to maintain CfA’s engagement playbooks, which host our strategic communications knowledge,and keep them accessible to the rest of CfA and our international partners.
  • You’ll drive the development of CfA’s reputation by proactively identifying opportunities to grow CfA’s influence by facilitating our team appearing at events and conferences, submitting and winning awards, joining boards and decision making panels, and syndicating our content to relevant media houses across Africa. 
  • You’ll also manage special projects relevant to your portfolio. This can include continent spanning investigative journalism conferences, the launch of special tools and products, rebranding CfA initiatives, and more. 

Responsibilities
Your daily responsibilities will include:

  • You will own and help steer the strategic communications objectives of the organisation, continually ensuring that they grow and adapt with the organisation’s needs
  • You will  manage the day-to-day operations of a small, transnational team of social media managers, designers, writers and editors
  • You will ensure the team meets strict deadlines and reporting requirements for partner deliverables
  • You will ensure that the team meets its targets and quotas for content creation, reach and engagement, partner collaboration and platform growth
  • You will build relationships with programme managers and partners to ensure that all of our innovative projects get the space they need in our communications collateral.

Requirements
Minimum requirements include:

  • Two to four years in a communications function, preferably within the NGO, media or tech sectors
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Journalism, Communications or a related field
  • Experience creating, implementing and driving communications strategies that help build organisational reputations and raise their profile as thought leaders within their fields
  • A proven ability for multi-platform storytelling that allows you to draft strong narratives and repackage them across multiple channels such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and TikTok
  • A proven ability for creative problem-solving in fast-paced impact-driven environments, where solutions involve balancing human and technology considerations as well as multiple deadlines and tasks
  • A thorough understanding of digital production pipelines that help you oversee and improve the development of blogs, social media content, press releases, sletters and other relevant content formats

Preferred:
Candidates who are able to demonstrate the following will have an advantage:

  • Familiarity with the African media landscape, ideally with a pre-existing network of contacts
  • Experience in or familiarity with the non-profit landscape and an understanding of donor requirements and reporting
  • Demonstrable experience as a project manager, or an understanding of project management methodologies and practices 
  • Demonstrable experience with international events, either as event manager or communications manager
  • Working knowledge of at least one major regional African language, such as Amharic, Fulani, Swahili, Yoruba, etc
  • Digital-first workplace skill-sets, including proficiency in collaborative work solutions such as Google Workplace (Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, etc.), Slack (or equivalents such as Teams, etc), and project management tools like Trello (or equivalents such as AirTable, etc)

Language and Location Requirements:

  • Location: Kenya, Nigeria or South Africa are preferred, but outstanding applicants from across Africa will be considered
  • Primary language: English
  • Preferred languages, but not required: Amharic, Arabic, Hausa, French or Kiswahili.

What We Offer

  • A competitive salary, subject to experience, with opportunities for performance-based growth, both in terms of career path and public stature
  • A dynamic workplace, with a transnational team, occasional international travel, and generous vacation benefits
  • Ongoing opportunities to learn cutting-edge skills and techniques/technologies to future-proof yourself in a rapidly evolving industry
  • A chance to shine on a global stage, writing for international audiences and interacting with colleagues around the world.

Application Closing Date
15th December, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Relationship Officer (Sales Workforce)

\Code for Africa | Location: Nigeria

Job Objective

  • To establish and maintain positive customer relationships towards the growth revenue for the bank.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Approach customers with the aim of winning business
  • Meet with existing customers to strengthen business relationships with a view to increase financial growth of the bank.
  • Aggressively market the bank’s products to ensure favorable market response and optimum build-up of revenue.
  • Follow up customers with dormant accounts, convince to resume dealings with the bank.
  • Implement marketing strategies / programs laid out by the bank to boost profit.
  • Listen to customer requirements and present appropriately to make a sale.
  • Achieve set deposit targets / Contributions by acquiring business / investment deals from Private, Public, Individuals and Corporates.
  • Prepare documentation on the creation of risk assets to increase business office profitability
  • Sell / Cross-sell and Upsell the banks products.
  • Market the brand.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Business Manager.

Candidate’s Profile

  • We are looking to hire talented and experienced individuals with 2 – 7 years Relationship Management experience in a commercial bank for our branches in all 36 states in Nigeria.

Knowledge Required:

  • Good Knowledge of the products and services of the bank.
  • Basic knowledge of Finance, Accounting and Economics.
  • Business development and acquisition.
  • Banking Operations, Policies, and Procedures.
  • Excellent knowledge&

Skills Required:

  • Ability to evaluate the needs of customers, and determine what products or services would best serve those needs.
  • Excellent communication skills – oral and written.
  • Must be Strong, Tenacious and Persuasive.
  • Strong Selling / Marketing skills.
  • Must be self-driven, and have a passion for Marketing.
  • Good Relationship management skills.
  • Confident and possess excellent Networking skills.

Application Closing Date
22nd November, 2021.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Copy Editor

Code for Africa | Location: Nigeria | Code for Africa

Description

  • Code for Africa (CfA) has immediate vacancies for Copy Editors with editorial experience and excellent proofreading skills to join our PesaCheck team.
  • PesaCheck is the continent’s largest indigenous fact-checking initiative, with teams in 12 African countries, and is incubated by Code for Africa (CfA).
  • It researches and debunks misinformation published both online and elsewhere in more traditional media.
  • It also tracks promises by public officials and shines a light on public finances to ensure the public is not misled.
  • The successful candidates will work as part of a multinational and multilingual team using digital collaboration tools to create content for a global audience and international media partners.

About the Role

  • The successful candidate will  join PesaCheck’s fact-checking team. The team is responsible for checking and verifying statements and content from various sources to help the public separate fact from fiction using a range of journalistic and digital tools.
  • You will work closely with the editorial team, and occasionally collaborate with other team members in each of the countries where PesaCheck operates in order to verify claims from a variety of sources.
  • The content produced will be published on pesacheck.org, and will also be syndicated with various media partners.
  • You will also be working to hold public figures accountable and ensure that the media is accurate in its reporting and coverage of issues of public interest.
  • This will also require a familiarity with social media as a source of s, as well as a familiarity with s and media consumption patterns in your country.
  • You should have solid s judgement, and a deep knowledge of the media landscape in your country of specialisation and in Africa in general.
  • You will report to the Chief Copy Editor and will work with researchers/writers/ fact checkers, design team, and other members of the PesaCheck team.

Responsibilities

  • Sub-edit, revise edit and proofread copy produced by fact checkers
  • Verify facts, dates and statistics using standard references sources
  • Sub-edit infographics and other visual graphics created by the design and data team
  • Ensure publication standards and goals and expectations are met
  • Adhere to and maintain PesaCheck’s style guide

Requirements
Required – minimum requirements include:

  • Minimum of 2 years sub-editing experience in a fast-paced sroom or in the digital journalism space
  • Excellent knowledge of grammar and proper compositional practices to aid in rewriting and proofreading,
  • Excellent writing and editing skills, with a strong command of English
  • Rigorous research skills, commitment to accuracy and attention to detail in order to verify information on diverse topics
  • The ability to work fast, creatively and accurately under pressure to deliver content that is credible, current, consistent and always factually correct
  • Demonstrable ability to identify misinformation and disinformation on major social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
  • Excellent s judgement, knowledge of current affairs and critical-thinking skills
  • Strong organisational and decision-making skills

Preferred:

  • 4+ years work experience
  • Ability to work independently
  • Experience in or familiarity with digital collaboration tools, including Slack, Google Drive, and Trello
  • A keen understanding of how to use data for storytelling
  • Experience and knowledge of digital verification techniques and tools
  • The ability to communicate and work effectively with writers, editors, and project team members who work remotely and in different time zones
  • Knowledge of French/Amharic would be an advantage but is not essential

Language and Location Requirements:

  • Location: Code for Africa’s labs are located in Nairobi (Kenya), Lagos (Nigeria), Cape Town (South Africa), Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), and Kampala (Uganda). Additionally, PesaCheck currently has staff in Bénin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Guinea, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Uganda. So while applicants from these territories are preferred, the role can be performed remotely, and applicants across Africa will therefore be considered.
  • Languages: English
  • Preferred but not required: Proficiency in any language/s spoken in Africa.

What We Offer

  • A competitive salary, subject to experience, with opportunities for performance-based growth, both in terms of career path and public stature.
  • A dynamic workplace, with a transnational team, occasional international travel, and generous vacation benefits.
  • Ongoing opportunities to learn cutting-edge skills and techniques/technologies to future-proof yourself in a rapidly evolving industry.
  • A chance to shine on a global stage, writing for international audiences and interacting with colleagues around the world.

Application Closing Date
30th November, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Communications Manager | Location: Nigeria | Code for Africa

Overview

  • Do you want to champion the story of Africa’s most advanced network of journalists, civic technologists and scientists?
  • Code for Africa (CfA) has animmediate vacancy for a full-time Communications Manager, based in Kenya, Nigeria or South Africa, for our Engagement team. 
  • CfA’s Engagement team is responsible for managing CfA’s public audience, by curating our platforms, communications and brand. The team actively works to grow CfA’s reputation and amplify our thought leadership and accomplishments through compelling multimedia storytelling.
  • Candidates must have demonstrable experience as communications managers, with powerful digital storytelling skills, and the ability to turn dense portfolios of technical work into highly engaging communications materials.
  • The successful candidate will lead a small team of digital storytellers and manage all the communications functions of a world-class non-profit, including developing multi-year content strategies, managing and marketing physical and online events, managing brands, producing content for multiple platforms, and more. 
  • The role will be for an English-speaking Communications Manager. Proficiency in local African languages and any additional international languages, such as Arabic or French, will be advantageous.

About the Role

  • The successful candidate will join CfA’s Engagement team. The team is responsible for telling CfA’s story, keeping it accessible and engaging. We amplify the work of our experts and external project partners across Africa, and communicate our shared vision of a more open, connected, and technologically empowered continent. You will join as team lead, and drive the development of CfA’s platforms, audiences, and global reputation.
  • You’ll drive the ongoing development of CfA’s communications strategy and set measurable goals that support our core objectives. Through this strategy you’ll inform how CfA uses its social media, our private Slack community, your team of writers, strategists and visual storytellers, and how we interact with our network of technical experts, and international partners. 
  • On a daily basis you will work with the Engagement team, partners, and CfA’s in-house teams of technical experts. You will oversee and direct the production of incisive, well informed content for CfA’s platforms, including, but not limited to, thought leadership blogs and innovative social media storytelling. 
  • At times you will be called upon by CfA’s executive committee, management committee and partners to help develop communications strategies, and advise on proposal writing and project implementation to maximise the impact of the organisation’s work. 
  • You’ll be responsible for curating CfA’s in-house knowledge around branding, communications strategy, events, messaging and platform management. You’ll work with your team to maintain CfA’s engagement playbooks, which host our strategic communications knowledge,and keep them accessible to the rest of CfA and our international partners.
  • You’ll drive the development of CfA’s reputation by proactively identifying opportunities to grow CfA’s influence by facilitating our team appearing at events and conferences, submitting and winning awards, joining boards and decision making panels, and syndicating our content to relevant media houses across Africa. 
  • You’ll also manage special projects relevant to your portfolio. This can include continent spanning investigative journalism conferences, the launch of special tools and products, rebranding CfA initiatives, and more. 

Responsibilities
Your daily responsibilities will include:

  • You will own and help steer the strategic communications objectives of the organisation, continually ensuring that they grow and adapt with the organisation’s needs
  • You will  manage the day-to-day operations of a small, transnational team of social media managers, designers, writers and editors
  • You will ensure the team meets strict deadlines and reporting requirements for partner deliverables
  • You will ensure that the team meets its targets and quotas for content creation, reach and engagement, partner collaboration and platform growth
  • You will build relationships with programme managers and partners to ensure that all of our innovative projects get the space they need in our communications collateral

Required
Minimum requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Journalism, Communications or a related field
  • Two to four years in a communications function, preferably within the NGO, media or tech sectors
  • Experience creating, implementing and driving communications strategies that help build organisational reputations and raise their profile as thought leaders within their fields
  • A proven ability for multi-platform storytelling that allows you to draft strong narratives and repackage them across multiple channels such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and TikTok
  • A proven ability for creative problem-solving in fast-paced impact-driven environments, where solutions involve balancing human and technology considerations as well as multiple deadlines and tasks
  • A thorough understanding of digital production pipelines that help you oversee and improve the development of blogs, social media content, press releases, sletters and other relevant content formats

Preferred:
Candidates who are able to demonstrate the following will have an advantage:

  • Familiarity with the African media landscape, ideally with a pre-existing network of contacts
  • Experience in or familiarity with the non-profit landscape and an understanding of donor requirements and reporting
  • Demonstrable experience as a project manager, or an understanding of project management methodologies and practices 
  • Demonstrable experience with international events, either as event manager or communications manager
  • Working knowledge of at least one major regional African language, such as Amharic, Fulani, Swahili, Yoruba, etc
  • Digital-first workplace skill-sets, including proficiency in collaborative work solutions such as Google Workplace (Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, etc.), Slack (or equivalents such as Teams, etc), and project management tools like Trello (or equivalents such as AirTable, etc)

Language and Location Requirements:

  • Location: Kenya, Nigeria or South Africa are preferred, but outstanding applicants from across Africa will be considered
  • Primary language: English
  • Preferred languages, but not required: Amharic, Arabic, Hausa, French or Kiswahili.

What We Offer

  • A competitive salary, subject to experience, with opportunities for performance-based growth, both in terms of career path and public stature
  • A dynamic workplace, with a transnational team, occasional international travel, and generous vacation benefits
  • Ongoing opportunities to learn cutting-edge skills and techniques/technologies to future-proof yourself in a rapidly evolving industry
  • A chance to shine on a global stage, writing for international audiences and interacting with colleagues around the world.

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

Job Title: Multimedia Designer | Location: Nigeria (Remote) | Code for Africa

Overview

  • Use your visual storytelling skills to champion digital democracy across Africa.
  • Code for Africa (CfA) has an immediate vacancy for a full-time Multimedia Designer to join our Engagement team and turbocharge audience engagement around our digital democracy and civic technology projects.
  • CfA’s Engagement team is responsible for managing CfA’s public audience, by managing our platforms, communications and brand. The team actively works to grow CfA’s reputation and amplify our thought leadership and accomplishments through compelling multimedia storytelling.
  • The successful candidate will help CfA create graphic designs and animations (such as animated GIFs and short engaging videos) to spark conversations on social media.
  • Your application will be judged based on your creative talent and technical expertise in graphic design and/or simple illustration and animation skills. Candidates can hail from the media, advertising, or any other creative industry. All you need is a talent for creating strong visual content.
  • The successful candidate will work as part of a multinational and multilingual team, using digital collaboration tools to create content for a global audience and international media partners. If successful, you will work on projects spotlighting human trafficking, misinformation, public health threats, award winning investigations and much more.

About the Role

  • The successful candidate will join us on CfA’s Engagement team. The team is responsible for telling CfA’s story, and keeping it accessible and engaging. We amplify the work of our experts and external project partners across Africa, and communicate our shared vision of a more open, connected, and technologically empowered continent.
  • As the Multimedia Designer you’ll join the team as our lead visual communicator. You will work alongside copywriters to create the narrative, copyeditors to make the content sing, and social media strategies to ensure that we’re getting the best out of the platforms themselves.
  • You will occasionally also collaborate with the Data Designer, Illustrator and UX Designer in CfA’s StoryLab team.
  • Your primary role will be to find visual treatments for the branded content and technologies that our teams build. You will need to inject a sense of passion, energy and immediacy into all these campaigns, through clever designs and illustrations. The resulting content will be published across all of our platforms, to engage and inspire members of our ecosystem.
  • In doing so you will stay at the cutting edge of your field, curating benchmarks and keeping ahead of trends in digital storytelling to ensure that CfA stands apart.

Responsibilities
Your daily responsibilities will include:

  • Produce designs to accompany CfA and partner content, as well as social media promotions
  • and campaigns (examples from The Economist, Facebook/PesaCheck and Thomson Reuters Foundation).
  • Produce gifs for social media promotions and campaigns (examples from The Economist, UN Women and NPR).
  • Contribute designs and animations for social media videos (like these examples from the World Health Organisation and Viral Facts Africa).
  • Maintain a reference list/database of competitors and benchmarks of quality.
  • Develop a distinctive and world-class visual style to put CfA ahead of global partners.
  • Support the development of coherent brand guidelines for CfA, our social media and platforms.
  • Enforce a consistent, high visual standard across CfA comms platforms.

Required Minimum Requirements Include

  • You have a portfolio/showreel of demonstrating your graphic design and/or animation/social video/GIF making skills and/or illustration
  • You’ve worked on content that went viral, became a meme, or made a meaningful impact on a community.
  • You have mastery of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, in particular XD, Illustrator, Photoshop, and AfterEffects.
  • You understand the relative strengths of the different social media platforms, and the different narrative/visual techniques necessary for engaging the different audiences on these platforms.
  • You are able to work with writers, developers and product managers to plan out visual content across multiple platforms.

Preferred:
Candidates who are able to demonstrate the following will have an advantage:

  • You have a knack for telling immersive stories across different platforms, customised to the specific audience while remaining true to the core narrative.
  • You’ve built an engaged community or gathered an active following around the content you’ve created.
  • You’re familiar with design prototyping tools like Figma and Sketch.
  • You’ve worked on brands or projects that are globally recognised and disruptive.
  • You’re experienced with digital collaboration tools, including Slack, Google Drive, and Trello.

Language and Location Requirements:

  • Location: Candidates from Kenya, Nigeria or South Africa are preferred, but strong candidates from across Africa will be gladly considered.
  • Primary languages: English
  • Preferred but not required: Amharic, Arabic, Hausa, French or Kiswahili.

What We Offer

  • A competitive salary, subject to experience, with opportunities for performance-based growth, both in terms of career path and public stature.
  • A dynamic workplace, with a transnational team, and generous vacation benefits.
  • Ongoing opportunities to learn cutting-edge skills and techniques/technologies to future-proof yourself in a rapidly evolving industry.
  • A chance to shine on a global stage, publishing for international audiences and interacting with colleagues around the world.

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Note

  • At CfA, we don’t just accept differences – we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our employees, our products and our community.
  • CfA is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

Note

  • At CfA, we don’t just accept differences – we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our employees, our products and our community.
  • CfA is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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