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POSITION: ​Digital Content Producer, Sydney (NSW)

Danny Chifley, 5th December 2019
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Fine Music 102.5 in Sydney have an exciting opportunity for a skilled Graphic Designer & Content Producer in a role that is both creative and strategic.

Fine Music 102.5 is an integral part of Sydney’s cultural landscape, promoting and encouraging an active live classical and jazz music scene in the community and supporting music education. 

The role oversees the content design, planning, scheduling, production, and delivery of the entire organisations content across all digital channels. The role will best suit a recent graduate looking to build their experience and or a candidate who is firmly embedded within the Sydney Arts scene who is looking for a nurturing, creative, supportive and flexible work environment.

Job Description

Reports To: General Manager
Direct Reports: Digital Content Coordinators (Volunteers)
Works Closely With: Community Engagement Manager
 
The Digital Content Producer will be required to:

  • Manage the delivery of the new Digital Magazine Strategy
  • Manage the design, production, schedule and delivery of the monthly digital magazine
  • Coordinate the development, visual design, writing and editing content for a variety of purposes ranging from digital magazine, electronic direct mail, website blog posts, social media posts, videos and podcasts
  • Coordinate the design, production, scheduling and delivery of weekly social media posts, , website blog posts, medrec and EDM publications
  • Coordinate the design and production of all marketing print assets
  • Monitor, compile and continually improve established metrics, benchmarks and KPIs for all social media platforms

 
Essential Selection Criteria

  • Graphic Design and/or Digital Marketing qualification
  • Strong storytelling skills with the ability to create engaging content for different target audiences and varying goals
  • Experience translating complex information into simple but compelling content
  • Experience producing web and social media content
  • Ability to write, edit and proof-read written content
  • Sound editorial judgement
  • Experience with Search Engine Optimisation
  • Experience with Google Analytics, Facebook Insights and other analytics tools
  • Experience with Content Management Systems (e.g. Salesforce)
  • Knowledge of industry best-practice, including content delivery standards and usability
  • Strong skills in industry-standard software (e.g. Adobe Indesign and photo, audio and video editing software)
  • Ability to translate on-air content for digital channels
  • Ability to work as a part of a team
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Great attention to detail
  • Able to meet tight deadlines
  • Comply with all organisational policies and procedures and ensuring all collateral is on-brand

 
Desirable Selection Criteria

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in design, communications or marketing
  • Experience working with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience working with Wordpress and or other dashboards
  • Experience working with Social Media
  • Experience working with Trello and or other project management tools
  • Technical knowledge relating to video/podcast/design production
  • Interest and or knowledge in culture, music and or arts
  • Experience working with a not for profit and or volunteer organisation

 
On Offer

  • Permanent part – time role minimum 2 days / 15 hours per week
  • Flexible workplace conditions
  • Fantastic opportunity to be involved in an organisational cultural change strategy
  • Annual salary $45,000 pro-rata
  • Graphic Arts, Printing and Publishing Award 2010 [MA000026]

Further information and a link to the application portal is available here

 

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