Monitoring Officer at BBC Media Action

BBC Media Action was founded in 1999 by the BBC as its international development charity. We apply the editorial standards of the BBC, build on its values and often work closely with the BBC World Service and other BBC departments. However, we are legally and financially independent and work to a distinct mission. Originally known as BBC World Service Trust we changed our name to BBC Media Action in December 2011.BBC Media Action is recruiting to fill the position below: Monitoring OfficerLocation: Abuja, Nigeria Department: Project ManagementReports to: Head of Partner RelationsStart Date:  ImmediateType of Contract: Fixed TermDuration of Contract: 6 months (with possibility of extension) Job PurposeAssist the Project Management team in monitoring and documenting the broadcast of radio and/or TV programmes by stations across Nigeria.Main DutiesRegular monitoring of BBC Media Action programmes as assigned.Recruit and manage relationship with broadcast independent monitors from different states across Nigeria.Support the duplication and dispatch of BBC Media Action outputs.Collate, analyse and share feedback from BBC Media Action’s independent monitors with relevant stakeholders.Create and maintain a database of independent monitors in assigned states and zones.Manage communication, information and relationship between volunteer monitors, media partner stations and BBC Media Action teams.Monitor and ensure that locations are properly mapped to aid the recruitment of required monitors.Feed into the Media Monitoring strategy as required.Increase and maintain existing channels of communication with independent monitors, especially through the use of available social media channels.Support the production team by collecting and analysing SMS feedback, and share SMS feedback with relevant teams.Regularly share and discuss monitoring reports with relevant teams to improve our engagement with broadcasters.Information sourcing and data gathering.

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