POSITION: Audio Producer, Sydney (NSW)

Danny Chifley, 19th July 2021
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2SER is seeking a First Nations-identifying audio producer with medium-level experience to help create an exciting new series examining and challenging mainstream media discourse around Aboriginal media aspirations.

A joint project between the UTS Indigenous Land & Justice Research Hub and 2SER 107.3, this 10-episode audio series will examine and challenge mainstream media discourse around Aboriginal media aspirations by interrogating existing coverage and narratives and considering their impact on political context.

The Audio Producer will work with a small team to develop and produce series content, with duties to include content planning, research, coordination, scripting, audio recording, editing and digital publishing.

Think this role could be for you? Download the position description.

Ready to apply? Please email a cover letter along with your resume to jess@2ser.com

Email jess@2ser.com if you have any questions about the role.

Applications close 23:59 AEST Sunday 8 August.

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