Presenter Job Description

Presenter Job Description

October 1st, 2019

Presenters relay information through clearly articulated verbal language. Common modes of such delivery include talk shows, podcasts, sportscasts, and news segments.

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We are searching for an articulate Presenter to deliver accurate and thoughtfully constructed speeches and discussions. The Presenter will be required to investigate newsworthy phenomena, establish eminent talking points, and then relay such data clearly. You should also promote viewers' input to encourage balanced, multifaceted dialogues.

To ensure success as a Presenter, you should be cognizant of the prospective endurance of your public conversations. Ultimately, a brilliant Presenter should strive to transform all encounters into learning possibilities.

Presenter Responsibilities:

  • Scouring state publications and existing public discourses to source newsworthy data.
  • Interviewing prominent and oft-neglected figures to obtain precise, well-rounded accounts.
  • Jotting down prominent talking points before your shows.
  • Chairing intermittent roundtable discussions to carefully unpack pertinent stories.
  • Displaying active listening, where warranted.
  • Procuring viewers' observations to facilitate their engagement.
  • Safeguarding your anonymous sources' identities.
  • Consulting with in-house Stylists to select office-appropriate, well-fitting garments.

Presenter Requirements:

  • High school diploma.
  • Degree in Communication Studies, Journalism, Dramatic Arts, or similar is preferred.
  • Demonstrable experience as a Presenter.
  • Knowledgeable about pertinent audio devices.
  • Impeccable oral articulation.
  • Well-honed investigative, logistical, and interpersonal techniques.
  • Ability to steer well-constructed and civil conversations.
  • Willingness to observe tight research deadlines.
  • Neatly-presented.

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