Audio Content Production Coordinator
Remote – Newark, NJ
9 month contract with potential to extend
The Audio Content Production Coordinator (ACPC) is a mostly-administrative position for pre-production and post production, with light audio-handling responsibilities for post-production. The successful ACPC candidate will handle traffic management with regard to the sending/ingestion of various types of audio and project-related files. The ACPC will take care of all production reporting. They will also coordinate projects with regard to our 2nd QC process, an extra layer of quality control performed on many titles. Strong email correspondence, professional communication, and organization are key to this role. Audio education and experience are a plus, preferably with spoken word but music is certainly acceptable. It is also imperative that the ACPC has a strong command of the English language and its grammatical construct beyond that of common usage. This combination of skills is most often found in those who have had experience in communications, have a theater background, studied literature or read it often. Strong knowledge of foreign languages and cultures is a big plus. Audio-related tasks include recording corrections (called pickups) to projects in production by engineering short studio sessions, and quality control by listening through finished audio as needed, often while following a script.
•Traffic management: sending/ingestion of assets for ongoing productions
•Providing feedback, often by email, as needed to solicit the required materials for ingestion
•Coordinate 2nd QC process, managing inbound/outbound flow of projects against release schedule
•QC (quality control) checking of fully-produced audio content.
•Attend regular planning meetings and scrums with internal teams.
•Production Reporting: Provide updates to all stakeholders as requested, via email, speaking, and reporting.
•Assist with post-production of audiobooks and other productions as needed.
Minimum Required Skills
•1-2 years' experience coordinating production in an audiobook or music environment
•1-2 years' experience in professional, commercial audiobook or music environment
•Excellent listening skills for audio
•Strong business correspondence skills, especially with email
•Demonstrated strong judgment assessing audio quality and content
•Demonstrated organizational skills
Preferred Additional Skills
•1-2 years' experience in audio post-production (editing)
•1-2 years' experience in audio production (recording, mixing)
•Strong knowledge of at least one foreign language
• Strong attention to detail
• Solution-oriented, positive attitude
• Comfortable operating autonomously
• Creative problem-solver
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills
• A self-motivated performer
• Strong leadership qualities
• Effective judgment in making critical, time-sensitive decisions
Apply directly through our website, or if interested, please send your resume and contact information to Jenna Carpenter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Synergis serves a myriad of clients across nearly all industries, from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. The outcomes of these relationships are demonstrated in a growing list of more than 300 clients and industry recognition by Inc. magazine and the Atlanta Business Chronicle. From its foundation in 1997, Synergis has been successfully recruiting and placing IT professionals in all areas of information technology. Synergis has been successfully recruiting and placing IT professionals for over 20 years. For more information about Synergis, please visit the company website at www.synergishr.com.
Synergis is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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