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POSITION: CMTO Trainers

Danny Chifley, 27th July 2020
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The Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO) is a Registered Training Organisation, delivering accredited and pathways training to community broadcasters around Australia.

The CMTO's mission statement is 'Media Skills for All'. Opportunities are now available to join the network of CMTO Casual Staff.

All roles are offered on a casual basis and demand is driven by the training needs of the community radio stations in your geographic area.

Here is a step by step guide to applying for a casual role at the CMTO:

  1. Review the requirements of our Trainer and Support roles below. You will be required to provide evidence of meeting the requirements
  2. Prepare your CV with the details of two referees who can speak to your experience in the media, VET and or disability support sectors
  3. Complete the Casual Staff Expression of Interest (EOI) form 
  4. The submission of your EOI should be accompanied by an email to mailto:info@cmto.org.au attaching a copy of your current CV and referees
  5. Sit back and wait to hear from us!

Read about the different casual employment opportunities below:

 

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