Jobs at GirlHub

GirlHub (GH) is a non-profit organization supported by DFID and the Nike Foundation. GH is dedicated to investing in adolescent girls as the most powerful force for change in the developing world:
the Girl Effect. The Girl Effect has proven effective at the local level in a variety of ways, and has gained momentum both with girls in the regions where we work and internationally via attracting critical partners.
Audio Production Team 

GH recognises girls as the key to combating re generational poverty and as such puts girls at the centre of all we do. With country offices in Nigeria, Rwanda and Ethiopia and headquartered in London, UK, GH carries out activities both in the UK and overseas which bring employees and people working on behalf of the organisation into contact with girls. This means GH is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for girls. Their welfare is paramount and all reasonable steps must be taken to prevent them being harmed. To ensure this, GH has developed a Girl Safeguarding Policy of which each country office is tasked with its adoption, localization within its context and implementation.  As part process of adopting the global Policy, GirlHub Nigeria (GHN) developed a girl friendly version of the Policy, however, due to the levels of illiteracy in the states (Kano, Kaduna & Jigawa) where we work and recognising the importance of even the most illiterate and vulnerable girl understanding the Policy, GHN will record and produce an audio version in Q & A format of the Policy and Consent Form in Pidgin and Hausa languages. This would be played and discussed at events/ programmes of GHN for girls and their parents/guardians who cannot read.Guiding Principles

In developing the audio version of the GSP, the following should be considered

a) Audience: the audience for this tool would be the rural girl, her parents/ guardians who have limited or no education and exposure.

b) Language: the language should be simple and easy to understand. The objective of this tool is to bridge the gap due to illiteracy and ensure maximum understanding of GHN’s Policy.

c) Quality: the audio version should be of the very highest quality. This tool will be used internationally.

d) Context Setting: The tool will be used during community briefings as well as one to one meetings with girls and parents as such, it is expected that the audio version is simple, clear, upbeat and engaging.Objectives:

a) To bridge the gap of illiteracy and ensure ALL girls/parents/guardians understand the GSP & Consent Forms and its principles when working with GHNDeliverables

a) A full audio treatment

b) Identify suitable Pidgin and Hausa voiceover artists

c) A script of the policy. This script should be informed by the GSP which will be made available to the consultant

d) Translated Consent Form and Code of Conduct in Pidgin and Hausa languages

e) 3 audio Q & A format of the GSP Girl Friendly version in English, Pidgin and Hausa. The audio should be no more than 10mins

f) 2 CDs of high quality audio recordings of the Consent Form in Pidgin and HausaTime frame

10 working days with start date from when contract has been signed. (First draft of translations and recording is to be submitted on the 6th working day and final copy on the 10th working day)Skills:

The selected consultant must be / have:

• Expert audio production

• Access to high quality sound studios and equipment

• Expertise in audio editing and directing

• Expert and engaging radio presenters


The selected consultants will demonstrate the following competencies:

1) Ability to identify excellent voice over artists

2) Ability to translate Pidgin and Hausa fluently professionally

3) Engaging radio personality will be an advantage

4) Previous experience producing educational/ information based audio recordings

How to apply:

Application process:

Proposals should be submitted to include: company profile, key competencies and suitability, budget, experience of work done in the past and time lines.

We only accept applications online and should be sent to  with the position as the subject.

Please submit your application marked “Audio Production Team” no later than 28 March 2014.

Only shortlisted proposals will be contacted.
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