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Seeking a male 18-50 for a paid voice over job

Audio Tourist Services is looking for a young male ages 18-50 to voice an audio recording in English. This is paid work. The job pays $80-$120.


1. The voice must be natural.
2. Have clear vocalization.
3. Have a neutral accent.
4. The voice should represent a museum guide who describes the history and pieces of the exhibition to tourists visiting the museum.

A vocal candidate who wishes to participate in this paid job, should record an audio with their cell phone and send it to us via WhatsApp at: 099 923 2000 or via email to e-mail:

Text for audio recording:

It is located between the Santa Ana and La Florida hamlets in the province of Zamora Chinchipe, in the south of the Ecuadorian Amazon region.
Researchers found architectural evidence of circular shapes, made of stone that modify the natural terrain. They illustrate the use of space in domiciles with diameters ranging from 5 to 7 meters, public areas such as a central square, bound by a thick stone wall, a sacred high place where a circular structure of 12 meters and a funerary space were defined.

For a long time it was believed that cocoa had Central American origin. Today science and technology have proven otherwise, that it is in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Our villages cultivated and consumed cocoa more than 5,000 years ago, or 1,000 years before it was consumed in Central America.

Text for audio recording:

In the archaeological research sponsored by national organizations and the research institute for the development of France, with the participation of archaeologist Francisco Valdez, the remains of a culture that was called "Mayo Chinchipe" were found.
The highlight of the research was the analysis of the content in the containers used by the natives. Evidence indicates that the people consumed cocoa 1,000 years before the product was consumed in Central America.

In this room there are replicas of the elements found in Palanda such as bowls and bottles with stirrup handles of human faces where evidence of cocoa consumption was found.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me:

Isabel Ontaneda
Audio Tourist Services
099 923 2000. Call after: 10 AM.

City: Cuenca