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Producer for biweekly financial crime podcast 📍 London, United Kingdom

Looking for: Podcast Producer
Budget: £8333.33
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We are a research programme studying financial crime and illicit finance.

We produce a biweekly podcast called the Suspicious Transaction Report which has proved very popular.

To help us maintain our output, we are looking for a freelance podcast producer to work max two days per week - thus far we have done this ourselves. Contract would be for 40 days (ie four days work per episode - each season has 10 episodes - so contract would be over 5-6 months depending on gaps for vacations).

Editing is already outsourced.

If you listen to one of our episodes you can hear the format we follow. Producer will need to help source discussants for the latest news segment; and work with the research team to identify a topic and interviewee for the deep dive segment.

The producer will need to be onsite for the recording of each of these segments and lead post-production (liaise with editor; identify pull quotes for social media; support promotion on social media).

Are you looking to pay or is this a collaboration?
Pay to hire someone

Is this ongoing work or a one off job?
Specific project or job with follow up work

How would you prefer to pay?
Day rate

What’s your day rate budget range? (USD)
$250-350 (Industry average)

Do you have an estimate of the job or project length?
A few months

Are you a company or individual hiring?

Do you have internal sign off on the hire?

Do you need to hire for a specific city, country or place?
Mixed, some on-location work is needed (give location in job description)

When do you want to have the freelancer secured by?
3 months

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How many freelancers do you want to contact you?
None, I want to browse

Do you have a job specification or creative brief?

Does the freelancer need insurance?

Where did you find Twine?

Posted 3 months ago
Royal United Services Institute
Last online: 3 months ago

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