Job Watch: Mellen Events, APRA AMCOS + more music & media gigs
Looking to advance deeper into the music and media industry?
Here are some of the best jobs going around at the moment.
A unique opportunity has popped up to join WA’s premier concert, promotions and event management company. Mellen Events is looking for a Venue Manager ahead of the 2020 opening of Perth’s Picadilly Theatre. A high level of experience in venue management is a requirement, as are excellent business acumen, financial management and expertise in booking systems. References are prior demonstrated experience is essential.
Australian Radio Network is looking to add to bolster the team for its Will & Woody National Drive Show. ARN is looking for both a Producer and a Creative Producer to work with the show’s EP and talent on delivering high quality content on a daily basis. Both roles require experience in producing radio shows, so if you’ve got a hunger to venture into the ‘content unknown’, one of these roles could be the gig for you!
On the tech side of things, APRA AMCOS has put the call out for an experienced and passionate Technology Architect. The role is an 18-month fixed-term contract, and the successful candidate will be working closely with the Head of Business & Systems Development in an agile environment. 8+ years in solution architecture and a graduate degree in Engineering are a must.
If you’ve got experience in radio announcing and a great understanding of music from the last forty years? NOVA Entertainment is after someone to join the team at Star 104.5 on the Central coast in a dual Announcer/Music Director role. As well as proven ability to communicate with an adult audience, you’ll also have a knowledge of professional playout systems and experience with GSelector. Apply here.
A gig has become available for Crocmedia‘s Melbourne sports radio station 1116 SEN as an Overnights Host. This is a perfect opportunity for an up-and-coming host with a thorough understanding of Zetta and at least a year’s on-air experience in commercial radio. Of course, a deep love for AFL is a must.