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Programme Producer in Leadership Development

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) is seeking a candidate for the position of Programme Producer. This is an exceptional opportunity to provide strategic and operational programme management to support the creation and execution of courses and engage with the brightest talent to the most experienced editors and executives. As Programme Producer in Leadership Development, the candidate will help deliver on the Reuters Institute’s mission to explore the future of journalism worldwide through debate, engagement, and research by engaging those in charge of guiding the industry through the present and towards its future.
Reporting to the Head of Leadership, the person will be responsible for producing multi-disciplinary, in-person and online, leadership courses for editors and newsroom managers.

Job description:
The candidate will be educated to degree level and have experience working in journalism and/or news industry. The person will have outstanding attention to detail and a passion for designing and implementing effective processes, as well as a proven record of managing programmes or projects. Additionally, the Programme Producer will be comfortable with coordinating multiple projects at the same time, have experience of running events for a global audience and have excellent communication skills.

Application Process:
Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement and details of three referees as part of your online application. Only applications received before midday (UK time) on 4 January 2022 can be considered. Please quote reference 155085 on all correspondence. Interviews will be held week commencing 17 January 2022 via MS Teams.

The position is fixed-term until 31 December 2023 and is offered on a full-time basis, ideally starting in early 2022. To apply please click here.

Status: Closed

Organisation: Reuters Institute

Deadline: 04/01/2022

Location: Oxford

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