Producer Intern

I'm currently looking for an Intern to help produce future episodes of How She Did It. The podcast is shifting from person-centered episodes that are focused on one woman's career path to role-centered episodes where multiple women who have the same role are featured.

We're looking for lessons learned, ways the guests' career paths are similar and different, and what each guest learned about herself in the process. You'll be directly involved in shaping each episode.

As the Producer, you'll make sure new episodes are released on schedule – monthly, but eventually every two weeks. You'll be helping in the following ways:

  • Identify and research potential women to interview (those who are recommended and finding women in specific careers)
  • Pitch the podcast to desired guests
  • Schedule and communicate interview logistics for booked guests
  • Submit raw audio of interviews to transcription vendor and review/approve transcripts
  • Participate in interview reviews meetings: we'll compare notes on tape/talking points/angles from each interview
  • Design episode artwork using Canva
  • Upload final episodes to podcast distributor
  • Write episode show notes and publish new episodes on this website
  • Promote episodes on social media platforms (you'll set up promotion of the episodes on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn on Libsyn; you'll manually promote the episodes on Instagram)
  • Any follow up tasks related to the above-listed items

I'm Interested, Now What?

Awesome! I am looking for someone who loves podcasts and cares deeply about centering, celebrating, and crafting compelling stories about women of color that show they are everywhere.

You don't need years of experience in podcast or audio production – or any technical experience, quite frankly. You'll be helping free up my time to focus on interviewing women for the podcast.

To express your interest, send me an email with the following information:

  • Three podcasts you listen to and why (don't list this podcast). Be as specific as possible (i.e., convince me to listen to this podcast).
  • Read this article, then tell me about yourself.
  • Tell me about a woman of color you think I should interview. And why?

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