Voice overs for e-learning

Job #2219

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Job # 2219 Voice overs for e-learning

Posted Date
Oct 5, 2006 @ 23:35
Respond By
Oct 10, 2006
Word Count
0
Language
English
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Educational

Job Description

Vignettes for Training (VFT) is an e-learning services company. VFT assists clients develop and convert content to online learning, implement a Learning Management System, and host the programs through VFT's secure web servers. VFT also delivers a unique blended elearning workshop for instructional designers, trainers, managers and executives.

We need voice talents for 21 characters (11 one liners, 10 multiples)
The budget is $50 USD per character for one liners and $75 USD per character for multiple liners with three versions of each recording to be made.
Especially for the one-liners, a Voice talent can portray more than one character since they will be spread out in 6 different stories. (please see the Full Script link below)
Please submit samples so our client can choose from them.

Sample Lines:

Mark
Lines: 2
How is it that we are able to exceed the daily ship goals the last week of the month and we can’t come close to meeting them the first 3 weeks? What is it that we are doing the last week of the month that we can’t seem to do the first three weeks?
Get this problem corrected NOW or else!

Marty
Lines: 1

I don’t know what you want from me. 99% of the time we ship everything we are given off the dock by the end of the day. Then the end of the month rolls around and we’re stuck doing all kinds of O.T. to ship what manufacturing finally gives us!
We’d like nothing better than to receive a steady quantity of products throughout the month.

Susan
Lines: 1

Focusing on shipping dollars rather than customer orders makes it rough on my CSR’s. You’re lucky that we are still able to sell this stuff; our customers are really starting to question our promise dates! I think that until we get a good system in place that allows us to determine the true capacity of the plant, we’ll continue to lose customers. Yeah, we deliver good quality products, IF they pass the final inspections. If not, then it falls back in our court to explain to the customer what’s going on. Every time I talk to the production manager I get one story and then I talk to Planning and they have another. My poor reps are left in the middle trying to figure out what to tell our customers.

Julie
Lines: 1

I can tell you one reason we can ship the numbers we do the last week of the month! Just look at the overtime we spend that last week trying to make up for the poor performance the first three weeks. And I don’t think any of us are suggesting that we pay that kind of overtime throughout the month! I’m tired of getting beat up being the messenger for the numbers. I’m glad to hear somebody’s working on this.

Full Script

(Note: Because of the volume involved, this project meets the budget requirement for Voices.com)

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