Are you passionate about Australian content, current affairs, and all things radio, and thrive in a dynamic fast-paced environment?
Are you sharp with your audio skills, good with people and will jump at any task that comes your way?
The CBAA's Community Radio Network (CRN) allows community radio stations to share some of the sector’s best news, talk, music and entertainment programs – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Community Radio Network (CRN) is the CBAA’s national program distribution service, delivering radio content via satellite and in on-demand streams. CRN provides a network of around 150 subscriber stations access to over 100 talk and music programs, including flagship sector content and projects such as the National Radio News, The Wire, Good Morning Country and CBAA’s National Features & Documentary Series.
The CRN Support Officer will provide broad support across CRN content distribution functions and related activity, working alongside the Operations Coordinator and Content Services Manager. You will be responsible for supporting program makers and user stations on production and distribution of broadcast content, monitoring and quality assurance processes, administrative tasks, data management and responding to general enquiries about the service.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about working with program makers, have an excellent editorial ear, want to deliver high quality content to community radio stations across Australia and thrive in a dynamic environment.
- Previous experience in audio production
- Demonstrated experience in radio broadcasting or transferrable media sector skills
- Strong capacity to understand editorial policy, proven awareness, and application of media law in a broadcast environment
- A systematic and methodical approach to workload, including the ability to prioritise, multi-task, and maintain control of information across different platforms
- Superior critical listening skills
- Eligibility to work in Australia on a permanent basis
How to apply
Candidates should provide a CV and a cover letter with responses to the top five selection criteria. Responses to the criteria assist us in shortlisting candidates.
All applications should be emailed to [email protected].
Applications close Tuesday, 20 April at COB AEST.
CBAA has policy of inclusion and we encourage applicants from a diversity of genders, cultures, languages, abilities and experiences to apply.
For an informal conversation about the role, please call or email:
Abe Killian - CBAA Content Services Manager
T: 9310 2999
E: [email protected]