Population Media Centre (PMC) is a non-profit, international non-governmental organization working worldwide to promote use of effective communication strategies for promoting positive behaviour change around social and health issues.
PMC proposes to use the power of entertainment-education via national radio coverage to address key public health issues – thus contributing to the health and economic well-being of the people of Nigeria, particularly its women and children.
PMC uses the reach of mass media and the power of drama and storytelling to stimulate behaviour change. PMC has created or advised on serial dramas that have changed people’s attitudes and behaviours in 41 countries of the world including Nigeria. Our dramas have produced behaviour change on a wide range of issues such as family planning, environmental conservation, violence against women, child trafficking, girls’ education, and HIV avoidance.
PMC is proposing to research, write, produce, and broadcast four radio serial dramas addressing a selection of timely public health and social issues facing Nigerians. The programs will be written and broadcast in Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, and Pidgin English to support the efforts of the Nigerian government in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015. The programs will be written, produced, and acted by Nigerian professionals, and will be broadcast in the four languages.
The new phase of the serial drama production will commence soon, thus PMC Nigeria requires the service of people to fill the following vacancies:
Must have studio sound engineering experience.
Preferably core Hausa speaking states and resident in Abuja
All Interested candidates must be resident in Abuja
Interested persons are to forward their CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org and should make themselves available for auditioning by 9am on Saturday 27th April, 2013 at our office
Population Media Center/Nigeria
Plot 10; Block 12, Shuaibu Mamman Lafyia Street,
Off Wole Soyinka Avenue
Setraco Gwarinpa 11 Estate, Abuja