PRODUCTION ASSISTANT, RADIO


Job Description

Radio Production Assistants provide vital support in the development and day-to-day production of local and national radio. They give practical assistance to programme producers and presenters to ensure that shows run as smoothly as possible.

Radio Production Assistants undertake key administrative activities as well as assisting in planning, researching and producing live and pre-recorded radio programmes. They often have creative input on the development of new shows or features. The broad scope of the role, encompassing production and technical skills, means that it is a common starting point for a career in radio.

Job Duties/Responsibilities

  • undertaking general research for programmes;
  • general administrative duties;
  • arranging and overseeing guest visits and freelance staff;
  • maintaining up-to-date contact lists;
  • producing transcripts, programme logs and running orders;
  • recording programme costs;
  • preparing contracts and payments for guests and contributors;
  • answering and archiving details of calls for phone-ins and competitions;
  • archiving past programmes;
  • booking resources, facilities, studio time and equipment;
  • editing audio packages with digital editing software;
  • assisting with time-keeping;
  • assisting the production team;
  • assisting with the recording of transmissions;
  • 'driving the desk' for some pre-recorded or live programmes;
  • contributing to the creative input of a show, for example writing cues and updating scripts;
  • liaising with publicity departments about programme trailers and competition prizes;
  • updating the programme or station website and ensuring that the on-air and online content are the same.

 
CONTACT

08141868880

1 Trans-Amadi Road, Port Harcourt.