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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: PART-TIME MEDIA MONITORING EXPERTS

RECRUITMENT OF THE PART-TIME MEDIA MONITORING EXPERTS

RMC (Rwanda Media Commission) Is the Media Self Regulatory Body in Rwanda instructed by Law N0. 02/2013 of 08/02/2013 Regulating Media most especially in its Article 2 (para 20) and established by all Rwandan journalists in their General Assembly of 27/8/2013. The self regulatory body is mandated to Protect journalists, regulate their conduct and the daily functioning of media and advocate for media freedom in Rwanda.

For fulfilling its mandate, the Rwanda Media Commission (RMC) has received funds from the Institut Panos Paris (IPP) of the Great Lakes Region including the IT system used for monitoring broadcasting media and budget 2015-2016 towards the cost of the recruitment of 2 part-time experts in charge of running the established system.

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Final Results on the post of Executive Secretary

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Final results on the post of Executive Secretary

 

 DATE: 12th August, 2015

 

No. Candidate names Average interview score/60 Written Test score

/40

TOTAL SCORE

/100

1. MUKAMANA Emeritha   21  
2. MUGISHA Emmanuel 44.6 33 77.6
3. KAMASA Emmanuel 30.8 30 60.8
4. KARASIRA Peter Claver 42 30 72

 

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Written exam results on the post of Executive Secretary

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Written exam results on the post of Executive Secretary

 

DATE: 05th August, 2015

 

No Candidate names Score/40 Remarks
1. MUKAMANA Emeritha 21 Not shortlisted
2. MUGISHA Emmanuel 33 Shortlisted for interview
3. KAMASA Emmanuel 30 Shortlisted for interview
4. KARASIRA Peter Claver 30 Shortlisted for interview
       

 

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Shortlisted candidates on the post of Executive Secretary

 

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DATE: 29th July, 2015

 

 

No. Candidate names Contact OBSERVATION
1. KIRABO Mary 0789331020 Not shortlisted
2. MUKAMANA Emeritha 0788564397 Shortlisted
3. MUGISHA Emmanuel 0788449916 Shortlisted
4. MUGWANEZA Evanice 0788467823 Not shortlisted
5. MUGUMYA Julius 0788454996 Not shortlisted
6. NYIRABAGENZI Marie Ange 0788524241 Not shortlisted
7. KAMASA Emmanuel 0788649665 Shortlisted
8. KALISA Etienne 0789801912 Not shortlisted
9. KARASIRA Peter Claver 0788309490 Shortlisted

 

NOTE: Shortlisted candidates are based on qualifications needed for the post of Executive Secretary.

The above shortlisted candidates are requested to note the following details for selection written test:

Venue for written test: Rwanda Media Commission – Offices, REMERA

Date: 05th August, 2015

Time: 9:00 AM

For any clarification please contact us at 3536 or +250 280 078 888 or E-mail us on info@rmc.org.rw

 

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Rwanda Media Commission (RMC) is the institution responsible for Media Self-Regulation in Rwanda. Its mandate is contained in Media Law N° 02/2013 of 08/02/2013 especially Article 2, (200) that defines media self-regulatory Body and the circumstances the body is put in place. In particular, the body enforces the journalistic code of ethics, acts as the primary and highest adjudicator of complaints against the media, represents the broader interests of journalists and defends media freedom and media consumers in general.

In order to meet its mandate, the RMC is seeking to recruit an experienced, self-motivated and managerial effective Executive Secretary.

See the full announcement here:

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Rwanda Media Commission (RMC) wins Global Prize

Kigali, 26th May 2015

 

Rwanda Media Commission (RMC), the Media Self-regulatory Body in Rwanda, has scooped a global prize in tackling the ethical dimensions of the information society at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) currently underway in Geneva, Switzerland. The prize award ceremony was conducted today 26th May 2015, at the headquarters of the International telecommunication Union in Geneva, Switzerland.

The World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2015 represents the world’s largest annual gathering of the ‘ICT for development’ community. The WSIS Forum, co-organized by ITU, UNESCO, UNDP and UNCTAD, in close collaboration with all WSIS Action Line Facilitators/Co-Facilitators, is a co-ordination mechanism for multistakeholder activities, information exchange, creation of knowledge, sharing of best practices as well as public/private partnerships to advance development goals through Information and Communication Technologies. As part of the activities of the Summit, prizes are awarded to excellent global projects in the ICT sector in 18 categories through a global competitive process.

RMC submitted a project in the category “Ethical Dimensions of the Information Society”. RMC’s project is titled “Tackling Ethical Dimensions of Online Media Content through Self-regulation”.  The project summarizes the impact of the fast growing online media sector on media regulation in Rwanda, and how RMC as a self-regulatory body is dealing with the ethical and professional dimensions of this sector. It highlights RMC’s approach which includes regular meetings with online news editors based on the Code of Ethics, regular conversations with editors when ethical gaps are noted, and a plan of developing online complaints handling procedures. After two phases of evaluation, RMC’s project made it to the nomination stage which included 7 projects in this category to be voted for by stakeholders. The voting resulted in the RMC project being amongst the top three most voted for and appreciated projects in this category. Finally, a jury selected the RMC project as the best in the above-mentioned category.

The WSIS Project Prizes is a unique recognition for excellence in the implementation of WSIS outcomes and provides a platform to identify and showcase success stories and models that could be easily replicated and particularly recognize the efforts of stakeholders for their added value to the society and commitment towards achieving WSIS goals.

An RMC delegation of three people is currently in Geneva to participate in the WSIS and accept the prize which will be awarded on the morning of Tuesday 26 May 2015. They are Mr. Julius NDAYISABA who is the Executive Secretary of Rwanda Media Commission) and two Commissioners, Mrs. Emma – Claudine NTIRENGANYA and Mr. MUCYO Donatien. Besides participating in the Summit, the RMC delegation will: attend the launch of the publication “WSIS Stocktaking: Success Stories 2015”, which is a compilation of the extended descriptions of the 18 winning projects, including RMC’s project; participate in the winners’ exhibition through display of posters and other visibility materials about the work of RMC, participate in the Knowledge Café on Innovation, at which they will present a narrative on how innovation is relevant to RMC’s project and work; and participate in an interview by an International Telecommunications Union (ITU) videographer for all prize winners. The Summit, which started Monday 25th May 2015, will end on Friday 29th May 2015.

 

BARORE Cleophas

 The Ag. Chairman

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(Media self-Regulatory Body)

 

 

For inquiries, please contact:

SIBOMANA Eugene

Public Relations and Communications Officer

Rwanda Media Commission

Phone: (+250) 788884713

Toll free: 3536

Email: esibomana@rmc.org.rw

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Final Results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

   

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Final Results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

 

 DATE: 18th May, 2015

 

No. Candidate names WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1. BAHATI Imelda 30 34.66666667 64.66666667
2. BUTERA ISHEJA Sandrine 26 32.5 58.5
3. GATETE Lucien 28 33.33333333 61.33333333
4. KAMANA Laurent Absent
5. KUBWIMANA Laurent 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
6. MUHIRWA Terence 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
7. MUNEZA Ferdinand Absent
8. MUSEMA TUYISENGE Adeline 27 35.83333333 62.83333333
9. NDAYAMBAJE Richard 27 43.33333333 70.33333333

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10. NGENZI Thomas Absent

 

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Written exam results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

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Written exam results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

 

WRITTEN EXAM

 

DATE: 18th May, 2015

 

No. Candidate names Score/ 40 Remarks
1. BAHATI Imelda 30 Shortlisted
2. BUTERA ISHEJA Sandrine 26 Shortlisted
3. GATETE Lucien 28 Shortlisted
4. KAMANA Laurent Absent Not shortlisted for oral interview
5. KUBWIMANA Laurent 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
6. MUHIRWA Terence 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
7. MUNEZA Ferdinand Absent Not shortlisted for oral interview
8. MUSEMA TUYISENGE Adeline 27 Shortlisted
9. NDAYAMBAJE Richard 27 Shortlisted
10. NGENZI Thomas Absent Not shortlisted for oral interview

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SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF MEDIA MONITORING AND ACCREDITATION OFFICER

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LIST OF SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF MONITORING AND ACCREDITATION OFFICER

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NAMES QUALIFICATIONS REMARKS
1 BAHATI Imelda Qualified Shortlisted
2 BUTERA ISHEJA Sandrine Qualified Shortlisted
3 GATETE Lucien Qualified Shortlisted
4 KAMANA Laurent Qualified Shortlisted
5 KUBWIMANA Laurent Qualified Shortlisted
6 MUHIRWA Terence Qualified Shortlisted
7 MUNEZA Ferdinand Qualified Shortlisted
8 MUSEMA TUYISENGE Adeline Qualified Shortlisted
9 NDAYAMBAJE Richard Qualified Shortlisted
10 NGENZI Thomas Qualified Shortlisted

 

NOTE: Shortlisted based on qualifications needed for Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer.

The above shortlisted candidates are requested to note the following details for selection written test.

Venue for written test: Rwanda Media Commission – Offices, REMERA

Date: 18th May, 2015

Time: 9:00 AM

For any clarification please contact us at 3536 or +250 280 078 888 or E-mail us on info@rmc.org.rw

 

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Post: Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

 

Rwanda Media Commission abbreviated as RMC, is a media self-regulatory Body instructed by Law N0. 02/2013 of 08/02/2013 regulating Media in Rwanda, most especially in its Article 2 (20°) that defines media self regulation and under what circumstances the body is put in place as established by all Rwandan journalists in their General Assembly of 27/8/2013.

The mandate of the Rwanda Media Commission stems from a series of media reforms intended to streamline the media sector with developments in the social, economic, and political sectors in Rwanda. As such, arising from these reforms, RMC emerged as the institution mandated to institutionalize a self-regulatory mechanism as the key method of defining the relationship between media institutions, practitioners, government, and the broader representations of the public. In particular, RMC undertook a three-fold mission to: a) nurture, promote and protect ethical journalistic practices; b) defend media freedom and media consumers; c) speak in behalf of the media fraternity on matters related to ethical standards and media freedom. This mandate is clearly articulated in the blueprint for media self-regulation in Rwanda.

In order to strength its mandate, RMC would like to recruit a Monitoring and Accreditation Officer to be part of the team within RMC that is responsible for the monitoring and accreditation functions of the Institution. Read more here: Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer_RMC_20150507

 

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