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Interview Coordinator - Collingwood

CBAA Communications, 22nd February 2019
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Do you have experience working in the music industry and/or the community broadcasting sector, strong communication skills and experience training and working with volunteers? 

Since 1979, PBS 106.7fm has put its heart and soul into building a strong community of musicians, music lovers, music venues, businesses and members. The station exists to champion, nurture and grow Melbourne’s incredibly diverse and dynamic music community. 

PBS is currently looking to recruit a new person to join their team in the role of PBS Interview Coordinator. 

This 3-day per week (0.6 EFT) role is critical in the coordination and administration of on-air interviews. 

The PBS Interview Coordinator will work closely with PBS broadcasters and external stakeholders to create content that is relevant, engaging and informative for PBS listeners. This role will be a point of contact for music and arts industry representatives seeking editorial coverage on PBS and requires extensive communication and high level organisational and administration skills. The position will work closely with the Music and Interviews Coordinator and the Program Manager, and will be required to undertake other duties to support the day-to-day operations of the PBS Music Department.

The Interview Coordinator will book on air interviews with musicians on relevant programs in conjunction with PBS broadcasters and will provide support, research and resources and other relevant background information as required. The PBS Interview Coordinator will also take a role in the training of volunteers to record and edit material for broadcast.

For more information contact: Program Manager Owen McKern programs@pbsfm.org.au

Download the position description here.PDF icon Interviews Coordinator PD 18022019.pdf

Applications close Friday 5 March. 5.00pm
 

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