The volunteer producer will operate and maintain the recording equipment in our small studio to record the volunteer readers who come in to record excerpts from the local newspapers, books, magazines etc. The recordings are copied to USBs which are then sent out to our sight impaired membership. When the service users have finished with them, they return the USBs to us so that we can delete the old recordings and replace them with new ones. We need volunteers with relevant skills/expertise in audio software such as Audacity/Windows 10, who can work on a digital audio recording system for our Talking Newspapers Service for the Blind. Volunteers are needed to help us maintain and keep this vital recording equipment in good running order.
We need volunteers to run, maintain, produce, edit and dispatch weekly audio newspapers for the partially sighted and blind people of Ayrshire.
Must have good working knowledge of an audio digital recording system, (like Audacity), Windows 10
Experience required: Good working knowledge of an audio digital recording system, (like Audacity), Windows 10, able to use own initiative. Good organiser who communicates well in a team & with a good positive attitude,
Travel details: Based at 20 Glebe Road, Kilmarnock KA1 3BA. Car parking outside studio & we are within walking distance of local bus & train stations. There are local bus stops nearby.
Minimum age: 18
Training details: Full training provided to new volunteers about our computers systems and procedures.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer