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The Open University makes extensive use of audio in a broad range of genres and modes of delivery, including online. The Open University is seeking an audio producer who has at least three year's experience ideally in location and studio-based audio production.
You will preferably have a broad range of experience from the production and delivery of traditional products and genres, to online (MP3 and Podcasting). You will have a proven track record of delivering consistently high quality products where you have made significant creative production contributions.
A thorough grounding in the technical requirements of sound capture and editing is essential. You must be a confident user of state-of-the-art digital sound capture and editing equipment.
For detailed information and how to apply go to www3.open.ac.uk/employment, call 01908 652980 (24 hours answering machine) or e-mail LTS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk quoting the reference number 2991. Closing date: 26 September 2006.
Disabled applicants who meet the essential job requirements will be interviewed. Further particulars are available in large print, disk or audiotape (minicom 01908 654901).
The Open University promotes diversity in employment and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.