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Podcast Producer / Content Editor

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Roles and Responsibilities

  • Create and develop podcasts from pitch to execution, with content focused on the lived experiences of current and former prisoners.
  • Collaborate with other staff to envision and execute podcast narrative series and interviews.
  • Interview current and former prisoners for podcast episodes


  • Demonstrates excellent content judgment; possess strong interviewing and interpersonal communication skills; and facility with an array of multimedia storytelling tools and techniques
  • Working knowledge of audio editing software.
  • Experience working with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and other on-demand digital platforms ideal.
  • Ability to both self-generate creative projects and work with restrictions to meet very specific project/initiative needs
  • Production experience using social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter
  • Working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
  • The ideal candidate will have experience or demonstrated interest in working with marginalized populations and should be passionate about social justice, prison reform, and prisoner reentry and education.

Please note: We are based in Seattle, WA and while the work can be done remotely, a volunteer based in WA is preferable, as volunteers should have or will be expected to gain some familiarity with Washington Department of Corrections policies, resources available to former prisoners in Washington State communities, etc.

TO APPLY: Please complete this google form. When asked where you heard about this opportunity, please specify you are interested in the podcast producer / content editor role.

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PO BOX 31092, SEATTLE, WA 98119, US

Mission Statement

The Post-Prison Education Program aims to dramatically reduce recidivism by harnessing the power of education. The Program offers hope and opportunity to people leaving prison by providing the support needed to gain a meaningful education and become active members of their communities. Formerly imprisoned people are supported in finding employment, housing, mental health and other services to break free from cycles of hopelessness, poverty and imprisonment and achieve a higher education. In turn, an education opens the door to sustaining a living wage, clean and sober housing, responsible living and strengthened families--the most important factors in breaking the intergenerational cycle of poverty and crime, thereby increasing community safety and decreasing taxpayer dollars spent on repeated incarceration.


We focus on the most vulnerable.

We do whatever it takes.

We don’t give up.

We hold ourselves accountable.

We push for systemic change.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Education & Literacy
Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


506 Second Ave WestSeattle, WA 98104



  • Advocacy
  • Journalism
  • People Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • at least 2-5 hours per week. Some weeks may require more hours, depending on the schedule for podcast episodes

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