- Created in 2015, Radio Al-Salam 94.3 FM is a multiconfessional and apolitical radio, dedicated to IDPs, refugees and returnees in the North of Iraq.
- It is broadcasted through two transmitters, located in Ankawa (Erbil) and in Duhok, and can be heard in the Governorates of Erbil, Duhok and Ninevah.
- The radio station can also be listened to through its website and smartphone application.
- The media aims to spread a message of peace, provide a space for testimony, dialogue and exchanges, regardless of religious and ethnic backgrounds.
- It is building bridges between the various communities of Iraq, and making international action accessible and understandable to local populations.
- The programs provide regular news, informing the audience of local and international developments.
- They include field reports, testimonies and interviews, as well as cultural, entertainment and sport shows.
- Radio Al-Salam 94.3 FM is broadcasted 24/7 in Arabic and Kurdish.
- The project is co-financed by French private and public donors, and directed by a Frenchman.
- As part of a team of 8 journalists, under the management of the radio’s Editor-in-chief, you will be in charge of the following
Contributing to the editorial offer of Radio Al-Salam:
- Coming up with new ideas for reports, interviews and testimonies
- Recording and editing reports from the field (including outside Erbil) every week ;
- Hosting and recording interviews and testimonies every week.
Anchoring a show several times a week:
- Discussing current issues by emphasizing on minority, displaced or refugee-related topics ;
- Taking calls from listeners and enhancing live interactions ;
- Monitoring the technical aspects of the live show, including its recording ;
- Ensuring the overall quality of the broadcast ;
- Providing ideas for the show’s improvement.
Recording a short-time weekend show:
- Providing idea for a new programme ;
- Implementing the programme and recording it every week.
Recording news in Arabic:
- Keeping track of the local and international news ;
- Ensuring they are up-to-date, relevant and reliable ;
- Delivering 3-minutes-long flash news, both live and broadcasted.
- Arabic language required,
- Kurdish, French or English language appreciated.
- Previous journalistic experience,
- Communication skills,
- Ability to work with a multicultural team of journalists,
- Humility and collaborative mindset.
- Part-time position (20 hours / week).
- Monthly salary : USD 600 including transportation allowance.
- The position requires availability and on-site presence exclusively on weekdays.
- Temporary day trips to Mosul and throughout Iraqi Kurdistan
- Position starting from September / October 2022.