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Free job description Radio Producer
As a producer, you will be responsible for devising and delivering creative content which may be for a radio programme, a mobile, website, the iplayer, EPGs and other multiple platforms.
You are responsible editorially for the planning, compliance and production of creative content and will be passionate about output, know what makes a good story and relish the challenge of producing creative and ambitious content.
• To generate ideas, run brainstorms, write proposals, produce tasters and pitch ideas for future series in the department.
• Lead and motivate Assistant Producers and Researchers, ensuring they have clear and realistic objectives, consistent with Values. Give clear briefings, monitor performance, give constructive feedback, lead by example and treat team with consideration despite pressure of deadlines.
• To communicate effectively with contributors, the production team and the Series Producer to ensure that all are kept fully informed of developments and requirements at every stage of production.
• To work effectively to ensure all content is thoroughly researched and meets editorial standards.
• To be involved in researching and setting up programmes, working closely at all times to the editorial brief of the Series Producer or Executive Producer.
• To direct the work of studio managers and other technical staff as well as that of professional contributors such as writers, actors, musicians and others
• To interpret and implement creative briefs from senior staff or commissioners and to work within the resources allocated
• Produce speech content both for live and pre-recorded programmes and events on multiple platforms
Essential skills, abilities and experience
• Experience of speech radio production
• Track record of working with archive sound in an accurate and appropriate way
• Understands and meets the requirements of target audiences, reacts appropriately to channel strategy/direction and can deliver to the changing requirements/brief of channel/commissioners/co-producers accordingly.
• Able to assess and direct research.
• Demonstrates a good storytelling and scripting techniques.
• Confident/track record of sound editorial judgements with respect to subject matter, contributors, content, presentation, legal and editorial policy, coupled with appropriate referral to EP's/SP's.
• Consistently delivers on time and on budget by effectively prioritising resources, planning ahead and anticipating problems.
• Ability to deliver consistently high quality programmes which only require the appropriate level of support from EP's/SP's.
• Generates creative and innovative ideas and contributes to the development process in general and to proposals which are considered good enough to be developed and pitched for commissions.
• Uses a wide range of studio/location and operational/technical skills and is competent working with talent/contributors.
• Understands the duty of care in general with regard to individuals’ wellbeing and in particular with regard to Health & Safety issues.
• Ability to establish effective short and long term relationships with a wide range of people, both internally and externally, e.g. talent, contributors, co-producers, partners and agencies.
• Takes responsibility for own career development, acting upon feedback and successfully applies for and takes on work across a range of output to build, develop and enhance skills and experience
• Knowledge of editorial guidelines and awareness of statutory policies and regulations relevant to programme making, familiarity with employment practices and policies such as diversity, equal opportunities, and health and safety guidelines.