POSITION: Presenters & Producers (Alice Springs - NT)

Danny Chifley, 27th August 2019
Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) is Australia’s leading Aboriginal owned and operated media organisation. Since 1980, CAAMA has played a significant role in the preservation and promotion of Aboriginal culture through the broadcast of Aboriginal music and cultural content, in both English and Aboriginal languages.

CAAMA have three radio presenter roles available for highly creative and self-motivated individuals who are passionate about Aboriginal culture and interested in making a valuable contribution to their local community.

The three positions available include;

  1. Breakfast presenter – full time.
  2. Presenter/Producer – full time.
  3. Presenter/Producer – Casual (30 hours per week).

The key attributes CAAMA seeking in radio presenters include:

  1. A passion for creating compelling on-air and web based content that will engage local and national audiences.
  2. An eagerness to contribute to a diverse range of programs including our flagship news and current affairs program “Strong Voices”.
  3. Outstanding storytelling skills.
  4. Personal drive to source and present local stories and interviews.
  5. Understanding of cultural protocols relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the willingness to undertake training in Central Australian specific protocols.
  6. Reliability and the determination to succeed in the Indigenous Broadcasting sector.

The following attributes will be highly regarded:

  1. Experience in relevant software namely, RCS Zetta, G- Selector and Social media platforms. 
  2. Knowledge of country and language groupings of Central Australia.
  3. Knowledge of Indigenous Broadcasting Industry.

If you require further information and/or a Job Description please contact Station Manager Gilmore Johnston:

Or, if you believe this is you, send your current resume and cover letter outlining how you meet the above attributes.

Application close 5pm Friday 27 September 2019.

Special Measures: These positions are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Identified positions in accordance with s.57 of the Anti-Discrimination Act (NT) 2015

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