Do you have a passion for podcasting? Want to expand your skills? Well we have the perfect role for you!
Rotaract Australia has recently released ‘Chats with Rotaract Australia’, a podcast to connect, inspire and upskill Rotaract members. Due to the global pandemic, members have not been able to share stories, experiences and project ideas in person as they would at conferences, training days and other events. Our two hosts, both trained journalists and communications professionals, have found a variety of interesting guests whose stories and expertise we want to record and share with all members.
To edit audio files provided, including:
- Covering any cuss words
- Removing any background noises, breath noises or disturbances
- Removing filler words such as umms, ahhs, kinda, like etc.
- Removing excessively long pauses between topics/questions
- Removing any segments of the recording, as advised by podcast host
- Adding provided music track to the start and end of the recording
- Adding provided sponsorship audio files, as advised by the Rotaract Australia Communications Director
- a sound understanding of Audacity or similar, or a desire to independently learn
- time management skills to plan out editing to ensure deadlines are met
- passion for sharing stories and helping other to grow and learn
- Edit two recordings (15-25 minutes each) per fortnight for release on Sundays. Any additional episodes will be edited by the Rotaract Australia Executive team.
- Submit edited recordings to the Rotaract Australia Communications Director (or Vice Chair in the Communications Directors absence) prior to release date.
This role reports to the Rotaract Australia Communications Director.
Please note, this is a volunteer position with no financial remuneration. We may be able to reimburse reasonable expenses that have been pre-approved by the Rotaract Australia executive. You will be recognised on our website and a reference can be provided. The initial term for this role is 5 months, beginning February 2021 and falling in line with the Australian financial year and Rotaract year. The successful candidate does not need to be a Rotaract member but would be encouraged to join a local club to experience what Rotaract offers. Rotary Club members may also be considered for this role.
For more information contact Rotaract Australia Communications Director Laura Telford via email at Laura.Telford@rotaract.org.au for more information or to apply today!