We are Grape – Producer

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We Are Grape Ltd
Published
November 8, 2021
Location
London
Category
Job Type
England  
Remuneration
Paid
Closing Date
2021/11/29

Description

We Are Grape is one of the UK’s leading audio production companies. 

We make weekly music radio shows for BBC Radio 1 & BBC 6 Music. We produce podcasts and speech radio for a variety of clients, including Spotify, BBC Radio 2, 1Xtra and BBC World Service. We also make visual programmes for, amongst others, BBC iPlayer. 

We are currently looking for a music and speech audio producer to join our team. 

Required skills and experience: 

-You are deeply passionate about making brilliant radio, social and video content for our clients. 

-You have an encyclopaedic knowledge of dance and electronic music, including underground bass genres.

-You are a fantastic audio editor, both music and speech, preferably in Cubase and you can competently mix a sequence of tracks within Ableton. Video editing skills would also be desirable.

-You are used to working closely with and managing a wide range of on-air talent. You are patient, adaptable, thorough and enjoy getting the best out of presenters.

-You have some experience of producing weekly, network radio programmes incorporating creative ideas, strategy, planning and delivery.

-You have some experience of dealing with challenging language within music, and good judgement around compliance, following the BBC’s guidelines and legal frameworks.

-You are confident using Photoshop and ideally will have some interest and experience creating social media assets and strategy. 

-You are super organised, quick thinking and able to use your initiative. 

-You have good script-writing skills with great attention to detail. 

-You want to be an important member of a friendly team with the highest production standards and ambition.

Please send your CV and an answer to the following questions to team@wearegrape.com by November 29th 2021.

Questions:

1) Why do you love producing audio programmes?

2) Give us an example of an on-air or broadcast critical situation when something has gone wrong, and how you resolved it.

This role is primarily based in London, though we will consider remote working.