“This Is Her Place” podcast (https://www.thisisherplace.org/) tells the remarkable stories of Utah women, past and present, in all their diversity. Having completed Season 1, we are now looking for a new co-host to help develop and produce episodes for Season 2. This part-time commitment would be for approximately six to ten (6-10) hours per week. All work can be done remotely; team members work and communicate via e-mail, phone, and videoconference.
· Be one of the public faces of “This Is Her Place,” most prominently as one of the two on-air personalities
· Work collegially within a small team to develop ideas for new episodes
· Conduct background research on selected topics and interview subjects
· Conduct interviews with contemporary women and historical experts
· Record narration for episodes
· Work with the team to write and edit episode scripts, and provide editorial feedback to initial audio cuts
· Promote “This Is Her Place” and engage listeners on social media and other venues
· Desire to engage and tell the stories of Utah women, past and present, with curiosity, energy, and passion
· Knowledge of and/or background in Utah, with an understanding of the state’s distinctive cultural landscape
· Strong sense of storytelling
· Excellent collegiality and ability to work as part of a team
· Self-starter with internal motivation and drive
· Prior experience with podcasting is beneficial but not required
About the Podcast:
“This Is Her Place” is a narrative podcast that tells the remarkable stories of Utah women, past and present, in all their diversity. Through interviews and lively retellings, each episode features at least two women, one historical and one contemporary, whose lives are distinct but illuminate a common theme. Episodes in Season 1 focused on themes of public health, law enforcement, community storytelling, public art, and bridgebuilding. The podcast is co-hosted by educational leader and community builder Naomi Watkins, with producer Allison Pond, audio engineer and editor Dorothy Abrahams, and executive producer Patrick Mason. The podcast is generously supported by listeners, private donors, and a grant from Utah State University’s “Year of the Woman” initiative.