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VOLUNTEER: Music Manager - Eastside Radio, Sydney (NSW)

Danny Chifley, 21st October 2019
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Eastside Radio is one of the leading stations for quality jazz music in Australia. Many of the presenters at Eastside are renowned figures within the Australian jazz community and as such the station maintains an inside line within the Australian jazz music scene. If it’s sounds jazzy and it’s Australian, expect to hear it at Eastside.

However, although jazz is the station’s primary genre, Eastside also pays avid attention to various other styles. Soul, funk, hip hop, blues, roots, electronica, folk, dub, gypsy, world and further specialist music all play their role in creating the unique Eastside vibe.

The Eastside Radio Music Manager is a critical role at Eastside. The Music Manager is responsible for overseeing all things music at the station. The Music Manager is also the key player in establishing and maintaining external communications and relationships with the Australian music industry on behalf of Eastside. The Music Manager is passionate about music and has an open mind when it comes to genres, in addition to having a good understanding of Eastside’s current programming structure.

The successful candidate will be employed by the station for a fixed-term contract. The position is flexible with an expected workload of 2 days per week.

Short listed applicants will be interviewed by the Station Manager, HR Manager and a Member of the Board. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a unique and innovative community station.

Applications close 30 November 2019 - further information is available at the Eastside Radio website

 

 

 

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