Artist Call Out: Bilingual (Spanish/English) Podcast Maker for Ad Infinitum

Ad Infinitum
The Firestation
Bristol
BS3 4AL

 mia@ad-infinitum.org

Summary

Ad Infinitum is inviting applications from bilingual creatives (Spanish/English) with experience in making high-quality podcasts to collaborate on a project examining the disturbing phenomenon of femicide and disappearances in Mexico.

We are looking for an artist who is highly skilled in all elements of producing an engaging podcast, including editing and structuring narrative. We have gathered stories of women in Mexico known as ‘The Disappeared’ - speaking to their relatives, the authorities, social groups, and journalists - and are looking for an audio artist who will edit this material into a bilingual two-part podcast for Spanish- and English-speakers.


Full Job Description

Ad Infinitum is inviting applications from bilingual creatives (Spanish/English) with experience in making high-quality podcasts to collaborate on a project examining the disturbing phenomenon of femicide and disappearances in Mexico.

We are looking for an artist who is highly skilled in all elements of producing an engaging podcast, including editing and structuring narrative. We have gathered stories of women in Mexico known as ‘The Disappeared’ - speaking to their relatives, the authorities, social groups, and journalists - and are looking for an audio artist who will edit this material into a bilingual two-part podcast for Spanish- and English-speakers.

We will pay a daily rate of £175 for 12.5 days (total fee £2,200).

For full information and to apply, please visit our website (please do not apply via Creative Bath). Applications close on 7th December at 10am. Work will take place between December - February, and the podcast will be launched in February 2023.

We actively encourage people whose backgrounds, lived experience and skills are underrepresented in the sector to join us and positively impact our organisation. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people who are from the Global Majority, particularly Latinx; and disabled people.

Back to Top