Make industry-leading business podcasts with a passionate, global team.
Are you into listening to hours of business and marketing podcasts every day? Are you a B2B content writer that wants to get deep into the trends emerging out of the tech scene in Bangalore, India, the detail of how the largest law firms in America market themselves, or what poetic meditation and binaural beats can do for your gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor?
Is making the absolute best interview podcast in a niche you never even knew existed right up your street?
If so, we have the job for you.
Lower Street is a podcasting company that works with agencies, consultants, and enterprise companies to make amazing shows. Shows that matter, that make an impact.
From concept to distribution, we help clients to develop their ideas into fully fledged podcasts. And it's really fun.
About the position
In this role, you’ll research, plan, script, and edit interview-based podcasts (no editing of audio, just words).
You'll be working with hosts to produce weekly or bi-weekly episodes. Writing interview prep sheets, coordinating narration recordings, editing 1 hour of tape into a 30 minute scripted episodes.
As a producer, you'll own the projects you're assigned. That means helping to develop the show concept and format, coordinating with the clients to deliver audio and communicating feedback with them and the team, and managing the project internally - ensuring deadlines are hit and that the podcast sounds and looks amazing.
But don't worry, you're not alone. This position reports directly into the senior producer and works closely with our sound design lead, assistant producer, content manager, and CEO. We foster a collaborative culture and work together to make sure everything we put out is the absolute best it can be.
Not sure which direction to go in with an edit? Can't decide which VO take sounds the best? Want someone to check over your script? The team is here to bounce ideas off and help each other out.
We're invested in long-term development of our producers and of the work we do for our clients. There is scope to take ownership of this style of production within the team - of making the very best business interview podcasts out there - to develop the way these shows sound and the approach we take to making them.
This role is specifically delivering on what we call narrated interview podcasts. That is, tightly edited and scripted interview-based, weekly or bi-weekly shows. These productions sit alongside other narrative driven, story-based ('NPR- or BBC-style'), typically seasonal podcasts that we create with some of our clients.