POSITION: Volunteer Breakfast Announcer

Danny Chifley, 6th May 2022
Highland FM 107.1 is seeking a volunteer announcer to host their breakfast program Monday through Friday, 6am to 9am, broadcasting to the Southern Highlands of NSW.

Highland FM 107.1 is a unique community resource, one that promotes connections and fosters a sense of belonging. The station is an all-volunteer platform for unique, locally produced programming that is reflective of the diverse talents and interests of our broadcasters and listeners. Highland FM aims to entertain, inspire and enrich listeners through an eclectic mix of musical, cultural, educational and informative programming.

If you know how to create and execute local, entertaining content that connects with the area’s 18+ demographic; keen to join and contribute to an inclusive and supportive culture, then we want to hear from you.

What’s in it for you?

A volunteer position working: 

  • With an amazing and professional talented team.
  • Closely with the community in a number of on-going promotions.
  • In modern, fully equipped studios.
  • In a state of the art recording studio that is supportive of local independent musicians.
  • With a collabrative culture who embrace continuous improvement.
  • As a volunteer for one of Australia’s leading community radio stations based in beautiful Bowral.

What do you need?

  • Minimum 2 years’ on-air experience in a similar role.
  • The ability to connect with the broad demographic of the Southern Highlands.
  • Passion for creating outstanding content and an enthusiasm for live and local radio.
  • Experience with Axia console an advantage (training provided).
  • Experience in Zara play-out system an advantage (training provided).
  • Full driver’s license essential.
  • Enthusiasm and the hunger to create great radio.

If this position interests you please contact Adam Stokeld, Station Manager: adam@highlandfm.org.au


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