At Voices.com, we have a brilliant service in place that will help you to manage all aspects of the hiring process, including presenting an offer, reviewing agreements, recording of a voice-over, file delivery and approval process... it's called SurePay. Before we get into that, let's look at the process of getting the ball rolling with Jobs and Job Offers.
It's Starts With Your Audition
The process starts with you auditioning for a job and the client selecting you awarding the job to you. Agreements for work originate from one of two places:
- After responding to a "Public Job" that many people have received being selected as the voice talent the client desires to work with.
- After responding to a "Private Job" that a few people were invited to being selected as the voice talent the client desires to work with.
Viewing the Agreement
Once you've been awarded a job, you can view the "Agreement." It's found under the "Jobs" link within your account at Voices.com.
What's Included in a Agreement?
The agreement consists of four unique sections:
Complete contact information is displayed from both parties (you and the client), so you'll know who is offering you the contract and which company they work for. If you need to clarify some details you can pick a phone and call them or send them an email.
Each job has a unique ID as well as the job title and final script as a file attachment. It's recommended that you download the script and read it in its entirety before accepting any job offers.
In this section, you'll see the deadline for completing the work, terms of payment and your professional fee (ex. $1000.00).
If the client has any special instructions regarding technical requirements or artistic direction, you'll see those comments in the Agreement Details.
Written by Stephanie Ciccarelli