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Audio Producer

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Job Brief

If you are Queer and an audiophile who creates too, we want to talk to you. We are looking for audio producers for our audio contents to create, edit and produce our Audio contents like like podcasts, audio-documentaries.

What does an Audio Producer do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use audio software (DAW) at least Audacity, Garage Band for audio contents. Audio Producers will work with the Production team, supporting teams (such as Comms and Visuals) to produce and publish contents on time and on budget.

Responsibilities

  • Edit and produce Audio contents centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative Audio contents for storytelling projects and documentations.
  • Work with Journalists and Show hosts to give an up to date approach to audio storytelling
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate
  • Editing and production of voiceovers for content promotions.

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identifying target audiences and creating audio contents that engage, inform and motivate
  • Highly creative in Identifying and amplifying social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use at least a DAW (Audio Software)

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Audio producer . Example Chiwendu_ Audio producer .

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Editor

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Job Brief

If you are LGBT+ and a keyboard mafia, can you orchestrate ground breaking Newsletters, Articles, and Interviews, we want to speak with you. We are looking for Editors to work with Journalists and shows to help handle numerous writing and editing centered activities.

What does an Editor do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use writing to monitor, filter, contribute and guide LGBT contents for West Africa. Editor will work with the Comms team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and productions ) to write about LGBT+ experiences in West africa.

Responsibilities

  • Create, Edit, Distribute, Promote writings centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative writings for the documentation of LGBT+ experiences
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging stories. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identify creating target information and digital contents that amplifies LGBT+ narratives in west Africa
  • Highly creative in written engagement that amplifies social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use mobile phone application for social media management. e.g sound recorder, notes, Canva etc

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Editor. Example Feyi_ Editor

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Researcher

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Job Brief

If you are LGBT+ person who can flip through pages in real life and online, and can work with shows producers by finding out details of show contributors, booking details and background information, we want to speak with you. We are looking for researchers to help provide briefs for the producer from which they can make the show.

What does a Researcher do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use information resources to filter, contribute and curate LGBT contents for West Africa. Researcher will work with the Production team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and productions ) to document LGBT+ experiences.

Responsibilities

  • Curate, Edit, and fact check contents centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Writing plans and reports for past and future programmes
  • Responsible for knowing about the state of the industry, so that Queercity can plan programmes which will be in tune with demand; adjust and tabulate their productions according to current affairs; and plan future maneuvers to widen the public’s access to different media programmes.

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Interpersonal skills 
  • Computer skills, such as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc..), digital media, and digital marketing
  • Good research skills
  • Highly creative with experience in identify creating target information and digital contents that amplifies LGBT+ narratives in west Africa
  • High Ranging interests in LGBT+ narratives in west Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use mobile phone application for skills, such as Word, Excel, etc..), digital media, and digital marketing

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Researcher. Example Alma_ Researcher

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Social Media Manager

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Job Brief

If you are LGBT+ and social media savvy, and can work with shows and keep the socials active, we want to speak with you. We are looking for social media managers to work with shows and help handle numerous social media centered activities.

What does a social media manager do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use social media to monitor, filter, contribute and guide LGBT contents for West Africa. Social Media manager will work with the Comms team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and productions ) to document LGBT+ experiences.

Responsibilities

  • Create, Edit, Distribute, Promote social me centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative videos for the documentation of LGBT+ experiences
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

If you are LGBT+ and social media savvy, and can work with shows and keep the socials active, we want to speak with you. We are looking for social media managers to work with shows and help handle numerous social media centered activities.

What does a social media manager do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use social media to monitor, filter, contribute and guide LGBT contents for West Africa. Social Media manager will work with the Comms team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and productions ) to document LGBT+ experiences.

Responsibilities

  • Create, Edit, Distribute, Promote social media presences of shows centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative social media approach for the LGBT+ contents for West Africa
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identify creating target information and digital contents that amplifies LGBT+ narratives in west Africa
  • Highly creative in social media engagement that amplifies social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use mobile phone application for social media management. e.g sound recorder, notes, Canva etc

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Social media manager. Example Seph_ Social media manager

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Archivers

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Job Brief

If you are LGBT+ and interested in documenting Queerness in Nigeria , we want to talk to you. We are looking for an Archiver to create, edit, produce and direct our History documenting contents.

What does an Archiver do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use mobile Digital content creation applications for documentation of LGBT+ lives and experiences. Archiver will work with the Comms team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and productions ) to document LGBT+ experiences.

Responsibilities

  • Curate, Document and Archive history centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative videos for the documentation of LGBT+ experiences
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identifying target information and creating digital contents that documents these informations.
  • Highly creative in Identifying history and amplifying social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use mobile phone application for documentation. e.g sound recorder, notes, Canva etc

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Archiver. Example Uche_Archiver

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Journalists

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Job Brief

If you are LGBT+ and a storyteller / Writer, we want to talk to you. We are looking for a socio-politically conscious storyteller to help create, edit, produce our storytelling contents.

What does a Journalist do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use at least mobile phone content creation applications for LGBT centered storytelling. Journalist will work with the Production team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and Comms ) to tell stories on time and on budget.

Responsibilities

  • To write and follow stories centered on LGBT+ lives in Nigeria and West Africa and can be converted to other media
  • Brainstorm new and creative storytelling ideas for LGBT+ narratives in Nigeria and West Africa
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate
  • Editing and production of contents for podcast, video casts, Insta story, Youtube, Tiktok etc

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identifying target audiences and stories that engage, inform and motivate
  • Highly creative in Identifying and amplifying social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use mobile content creation application like Canva, Wordsmith, sound recorder, Capcut, Etc

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Video Content creator. Example Fatimah_ Journalist .

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Video Content Creator

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Job Brief

If you are Queer and a Video content creator, we want to talk to you. We are looking for a social media savvy video content creator to create, edit, produce and direct our video contents.

What does a Video content creator do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, be able to use at least mobile video creation software for strategic video contents. Video content creator will work with the Production team, supporting teams (such as Visuals and Comms ) to launch campaigns on time and on budget.

Responsibilities

  • Design, build and create catchy and trendy social media short videos centered on LGBT+ lives in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative videos for social media campaigns and promotions
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate
  • Editing and production of video casts, Insta story, Youtube, Tiktok etc

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identifying target audiences and creating digital videos that engage, inform and motivate
  • Highly creative in Identifying and amplifying social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with other team within the organization to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use mobile video creation application like Capcut, Etc

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Video Content creator. Example Desmond_ Video Content creator .

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Campaign Manager

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Job Brief

If you live and breathe seeking equality for LGBT+ West Africans, we want to talk to you. We are looking for a social media savvy campaign manager to develop, implement, track and optimize our digital social justice campaigns across all digital channels.

What does a Campaign
Manager do?

You should have a strong grasp of the current social political condition of LGBT+ persons in West Africa, write strategic social media campaign and be able to lead these campaigns from concept to execution. Campaign managers will work with the Comms team, supporting teams (such as Visuals) to launch campaigns on time and on budget.

Responsibilities

  • Design, build and create social media campaigns centered on LGBT+ rights in West Africa
  • Brainstorm new and creative social media campaigns strategies
  • Simplification of vital information into consumable slides
  • Evaluate emerging technologies. Provide thought leadership and perspective for adoption where appropriate

Work Time

3 Hours daily / 21 Hours weekly

Requirements

  • Highly creative with experience in identifying target audiences and devising digital campaigns that engage, inform and motivate
  • Highly creative in Identifying and amplifying social justice causes for LGBT+ persons in West Africa
  • Ability to partner with local activists to amplify their work
  • Ability to ingest and simplify LGBT centered information
  • Ability to use Canva / Inshot

Mode of Application

Send Cover Letter, and Portfolio to Xela.Queercitymedia@gmail.com with the Subject as Your first name _ Campaign manager. Example Bola_Campaign manager.

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Raldie Young
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Raldie Young.

Rex Okechukwu Opara Jr., a.k.a. Raldie Young, is a Lagos-based music producer and singer-songwriter. Over the past decade, Rex has produced an impressive catalogue of independent releases inspired by neo-soul, R&B, hip-hop and African influences. He also frequently collaborates as a producer with numerous artists in Nigeria’s underground music scene, works as a graphic designer and co-hosts the queer podcast “We Don’t Have A Name For This Podcast”. “Music is the way I express my thoughts and feelings and document my experiences as an outsider,” says Rex. “It’s also a way of reaching out to outsiders like me.