Freelance Broadcast Audio Scheduling Assistant – Radio
Remote / London Bridge - Initial training period will be at London Bridge
Freelance Shifts - (10:00-5.30) Monday to Friday
We are Wireless. talkSPORT is the world’s biggest sports radio station, partnering with the Premier League, the England Cricket Board and many others to deliver live commentaries and analysis from the best in the business.
Your Role: We are seeking a Freelance Broadcast Audio Scheduling Assistant to help deliver scintillating station sounds to a swathe of cool national radio brands.
Working directly with our legendary creative team, you’ll curate and schedule a database of tantalising trails, sizzling sweepers, awesome openers and a raft of sonic imagery for seamless transmission to over 5 million scrutinising listeners. These audio components are the lifeblood of our multi award winning station imaging. You’ll listen, load and double check for accuracy and programme calendar consistency - before generating multiple playout schedules on RCS Zetta and G-Selector.
What we’re looking for from you:
You’ll be passionate about radio with some broadcast experience. You’ll be organisationally super-slick, rapier quick; diligent and deadline friendly. Plus you’ll;
- Have a creative mind and the ability to think differently
- Appreciate World class radio production.
- Be happy and motivated in a busy environment
- Have a crushing desire to learn
Please click to apply with your CV and details of your experience and blistering passion for radio
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