Job Opportunities

1.     Play–Out Technician Trainee

Job Description

A Play-Out Technician Trainee will learn to direct shows, monitor signal, create playlists among other duties.


  1. Have at least a Diploma in Electronics/Telecommunication Engineering or in a related field
  2. Be computer literate
  3. Must have a positive attitude and be willing to learn
  4. Be a person of integrity, self-driven and passionate

Interested candidates must possess the following:

  1. Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  2. Strong sense of initiative, requiring minimal supervision
  3. Strong time management and organizational skills
  4. Able to exercise sound judgment in decision making
  5. Good problem solving skills



2.     Camera Person

Job Reponsibilities

  1. Manage and operate motion picture cameras to record scenes.
  2. Prepare and execute shots according to technical aspects to achieve appropriate effects.
  3. Determine camera placement, composing shots and provide recommendations to the team.
  4. Perform tests and clean equipment to ensure they work properly.
  5. Collaborate with directors, sound and lighting technicians, producers for the assignments and determine recording sequences.
  6. Manage and observe sets or locations for any issues and establish appropriate filming and lighting for camera.
  7. Implement all quality checks related to effective maintenance of camera.
  8. Ensure effective access to anchor microphone and manage all communication information host and control room.
  9. Maintain all areas related to studio and prop room.


  1. Have a Degree or Diploma in Mass Communication or in a related field
  2. Have at least 2 years’ experience in video camera work preferably in a media station
  3. Be a good team player
  4. Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  5. Ability to work effectively under pressure and deliver results on time
  6. Have a passion for Media work
  7. Must be a person of integrity, self-driven and passionate
  8. Must have good and proven track record

Interested candidates must possess the following:

  1. Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  2. Strong sense of initiative, requiring minimal supervision
  3. Strong time management and organizational skills
  4. Able to exercise sound judgment in decision making
  5. Good problem solving skills



Method of Application

Qualified and interested candidates should email a cover letter and CV to with the specific job title as the email subject by 22nd October 2021.


05 Jul, 2021

Senior Recruiter: Engineering – Deadline: Not Specified

A Microsoft Recruiter in Engineering will be involved in the end to end hiring journey. From partnering with hiring managers to forecast needs within the business, to strategically project managing hiring processes. This role will allow you to work throughout an EMEA region, attracting top talent in the market.


Stakeholder/Client Engagement

  • Interprets client’s business and the industry landscape and/or university talent pools to influence the client to adopt optimal staffing solutions.
  • Understands factors relevant to the business and hiring managers’ needs (e.g., time to hire, location, budget) and uses this knowledge to develop and implement end-to-end hiring plan aligned to the needs of the business group.
  • Consults a business area on talent needs and opportunities and pushes for the acceptance of differentiated and alternative types of talent (e.g., compete, diverse, nontraditional) that may not be typically considered.

Data Analysis & Hiring Plans

  • Analyzes relevant data and trends to provide insight, and consults with a business, area, or subsidiary to implement a hiring plan that addresses both business demand and talent availability for short-term and near-term needs (2-6 months). Reviews and analyzes data and trends to improve staffing performance, and uses insights to support other teams.

Candidate Attraction

  • Elicits interest in active and potential candidates by telling the business story, and contributes to the development of new stories. Generates awareness through community outreach events and strategic networking.
  • Shares best practices on sourcing, recruiting, and/or closing techniques and stories with their own team. Tracks candidate activity and shares with internal stakeholders.
  • Coaches the client to represent Microsoft’s unique career possibilities, advantages, and rewards that are distinct from those of competitors.

Candidate Experience

  • Gathers requirements and develops hiring plans that meet candidate needs throughout the hiring lifecycle. Owns elements of the candidate experience and prepares candidates for next phases of the process. Enhances the candidate experience at all phases of the relationship by proactively identifying factors that may adversely impact the candidate, and sharing with the business to mitigate.

Talent Sourcing

  • Uses an understanding of talent markets and complex candidate profiles, as well as growing relationships with new talent pools and communities with future potential, to identify and engage candidates for immediate and future talent needs.
  • Develops strategies to generate differentiated talent in emerging roles or highly competitive talent pools to meet long-term business needs (e.g., industry, technical recruiting).

Candidate Assessment & Screening

  • Leverages tools and assessment frameworks from Operations teams and Center of Excellence to assess candidates. May contribute to the creation of assessment materials by identifying relevant competencies and job criteria.
  • Executes initial screening and assessing of candidates. Wualifies talent pool by assessing relevant factors such as ability to hire, relocation considerations, immigration, and compensation.

Operational Compliance & Excellence

  • Uses subject matter expertise on applying internal and external staffing policies, standards, and/or regulations throughout the entire staffing lifecycle to educate clients, stakeholders, and other staffers on policy, system, and process issues. Identifies opportunities to optimize policies, systems, and processes.
  • Maintains current documentation on candidates’ qualifications and status in the appropriate staffing or tracking system, within compliance guidelines (e.g., Office of Federal Compliance Programs, General Data Protection Regulation). Captures relevant data in recruiting platform and leverages data to inform meaningful insights



  • Talent acquisition experience (e.g., recruiting, sourcing), HR experience, or industry experience related to role OR Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business, Liberal Arts, Computer Science, Engineering, or related field

Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or the recruiting process, please send a request via the Accommodation request form.

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05 Jul, 2021

Programme Policy Officer (School Based Programmes)NOC – Deadline: 15/07/2021


In January 2020, WFP launched the Corporate School Feeding Strategy which lays out a new approach to how WFP will advocate globally, and partner with Governments and other stakeholders to address gaps in guaranteeing an integrated and multisectoral health and nutrition response for children in schools. In the Eastern Africa region, the strategy will be supported by a regional implementation plan, which is expected to define relevant, effective and context-specific measures to ensure WFP adapts its roles in school feeding to specific country situations.



The Programme Policy Officer, School-Based Programmes (SBP) will support the rollout of the corporate school feeding strategy in the region and provide strategic guidance, policy/technical direction and operational support/oversight to country offices in service delivery and capacity-strengthening processes of school health and nutrition.


Education: Advanced University degree in International Affairs, Food Security, Public Health/Nutrition, Agriculture, Social Science or other fields relevant to International Development Assistance, or First University degree with additional years of related work experience and/or training/courses.

Working Experience: Five or more years of progressively responsible professional work experience in programmes or projects management related to school-based programmes, food security, nutrition, livelihood and education interventions in a bilateral, multilateral or non-governmental organization; proven capacity to conduct policy analysis and engage in policy dialogue; demonstrated effectiveness in bringing global strategies into regional/country context; proven experience in building partnerships and synergies among stakeholders, projects and regions; demonstrated experience in programme cycle management and technical assistance to communities and national governments; and practical experience in coordination with humanitarian and development partners on food security, education, nutrition, value chain development, knowledge management and advocacy.

Language: Fluency in both oral and written English.


  • Demonstrates ability to incorporate technical information into policy and strategy formulation and into programme design and implementation, and to appropriately communicate it internally and externally.
  • Ability to translate policy and programme principles into relevant, effective and context-specific approaches.
  • Good analytical skills, resourcefulness, initiative, maturity of judgement, tact, negotiating skills.
  • Experience working in a multi-donor environment.
  • Ability to work in a team and establish effective working relations with persons of different national and cultural backgrounds.
  • High capacity for organization and coordination, as well as an ability to work with a high degree of independence in a team environment.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)

What you will do:

Working in the Nutrition, HIV and School-Based Programmes team, under the direct supervision of the Regional Nutrition Advisor, the Programme Policy Officer, School-Based Programmes will be responsible for the following duties:

  • Contribute to the formulation of WFP-wide policies/strategies on SBP and support the translation of the policy/strategies into regional and country-level practices.
  • Engage in consultations and technical discussions to contribute to shaping WFP’s corporate SBP agenda taking into account regional and continental perspectives, initiatives and commitments.
  • Support WFP’s strategic engagement with host governments to design, formulate and/or implement government-led or nationally owned school health and nutrition programmes.
  • Provide technical advice and mobilize technical expertise to support Country Offices in the planning, formulation and implementation of school-based programmes.
  • Advice and support the development of functional training in school health and nutrition to enhance the capacity of WFP staff and partners to design and deliver effective school health and nutrition programmes.
  • Review WFP project documents and reports from country offices that relate to school meals.
  • In close collaboration with the M& E and the Knowledge Management team, contribute to the operational research, outcome monitoring and evidence-building on issues relevant to school meals, ensuring documentation of the same in relevant information products for both internal and external use.
  • Support the COs in resource mobilization efforts for school-based programmes by supporting cost-benefit analysis processes and articulating the need for school health and nutrition in the countries.
  • Establish and maintain operational partnerships to identify opportunities for collaborative approaches and initiatives, and to strengthen information exchange and operational linkages between WFP (HQ/RB/CO), UN Agencies, the Government and other partners.
  • Enhance WFP’s leadership status in fora relating to school-based programmes through direct participation, information products, or other materials.
  • Perform other related duties as may be required.

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