CBAA

Content Services Manager

CBAA Communications, 14th March 2019
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The CBAA are looking for a highly organised industry professional with excellent stakeholder engagement skills to manage the content and programs it provides to its members; the community radio stations.

  
The Job

This senior level role will play an integral part in ensuring CBAA co-designs, manages and grows its content products and services in line with its purpose to support community broadcasting for the benefit of sector participants and the communities they serve.

  
Duties

  • Design and oversee the successful deployment of a content framework in line with CBAA strategic plans
  • Develop business cases for content enhancements and new content products, and consider financial, people and legal implications
  • Provide cross-functional leadership between technical, business development, marketing and communication, sales and support
  • Financial management and staff responsibility (three direct reports plus contractor oversight)
  • Manage the product strategy, account management and project delivery of CBAAs content products
  • Bridge the gap between business and technical stakeholders to effectively and efficiently execute and deliver content
  • Accountability for customer satisfaction and the overall financial performance of content products

To be successful you will have:   

  • A background and understanding in public, community or commercial radio, broadcasting and audio services
  • A high-level business acumen and understanding of the industry/market
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to give clear direct, delegate and motivate
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement, influencing and conflict resolution skills
  • A strategic approach with the ability to do grow and develop the content offering
  • Demonstrative experience in managing KPI’s, milestones and deadlines 

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join an industry association that has a huge impact on communities within Australia. Apply Here.

Alternatively, call Emma or Louise on 02 9093 4925 for more information. 

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