BBC Africa 2017 massive recruitment – How to apply

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Here is a post which is going to give you all you need to know about the 2017 BBC Africa massive graduate recruitment.

The BBC, is the leading international broadcaster in Africa reaching a weekly audience of more than 100 million on Radio, TV, Digital (language sites and bbcafrica.com), Mobile and Social Media. We broadcast to Africa in English, Hausa, Somali, French, Kinyarwanda/Kirundi, Kiswahili & Arabic.

We are committed to broadcasting to and from the continent in a style that meets the demands of our growing audience and as well as our language services, our presence in the region is also defined by our bureaux, special correspondents and bilingual reporters

Step by step guide on how to apply for the 2017 BBC Africa recruitment

  • Visit the 2017 BBC Africa recruitment portal http://wscareerssearch.bbc.co.uk/
  • You are going to be shown a list of the vacancies available
  • Select the job of your choice
  • Read the job description and requirement
  • If it suits you, click the “apply” button
  • You are going to be required to sign up before you can proceed (you can signup with your social media or Email)
  • After signing up you can fill the application form

What are the vacancies currently available for the 2017 BBC Africa recruitment

As we all know, BBC Africa is a top media house, and their vacant positions are not expected to be static. This is BBC created a special page to view the available ones everyday. To view this list, simply visit the 2017 BBC Africa recruitment portal http://wscareerssearch.bbc.co.uk/ and you are going to be taken to a job search page which is going to list the current available job positions with this media company. Though we are going to give you a quick link to some of the available vacancies with BBC Nigeria today.

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