Please note that applications for this position closed on Monday 20th July 6pm.
Woroni Radio is looking for two new producers (sub-editors) to join our ranks! We’re passionate about supporting student voices and need your help to continue to do so.
What Does A Producer Do?
Producers play a vital role in maintaining and improving the quality of Woroni Radio by providing moral and technical support to presenters over the course of the semester. Producers will be responsible for providing assistance to presenters in their allocated time slot by helping them to develop their show ideas and hone their radio skills. Producers will also be expected to get to know the presenters in their interest area over the semester and seek out opportunities for them.
Common interest areas are:
- Music – assists music shows to improve their content and seeks out relevant opportunities for presenters, e.g. booking interviews with/live performances by musicians, promoting DJ opportunities, etc.
- Talk – assists talk shows to improve their content and seeks out relevant opportunities for presenters, e.g. emceeing opportunities, booking interviews, etc.
- Arts & Culture – assists arts & culture shows to improve their content and seeks out relevant opportunities for presenters, e.g. cross-platform promotion
- Sport – assists sports shows to improve their content and seeks out relevant opportunities for presenters, e.g. arranging for presenters to provide sports commentary
Producers will attend regular Production Team meetings with the Content Manager and Radio Editor to communicate updates regarding their shows and complete training sessions to further develop their skills. They are also required to regularly upload recorded shows to the Woroni website.
No past experience is required as long as you are keen to learn and passionate about helping our presenters create quality radio content!
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:
- Communication skills
- Team player
- Critical thinker
- Planning and organisational skills
This role is approximately 10 hours per week and the successful candidate will receive honoraria based on their commitment to the role at the end of Semester Two.
Applications will close at 6pm on Monday 20 July 2020. Interviews will be conducted from Monday 20 July to Wednesday 22 July, times allowing.
Woroni is committed to diversity in hiring. It is important that our team reflects the diversity of the ANU community so that we can better tell stories about everyone at the ANU. As such, Woroni welcomes applications from students that are from a range of diverse backgrounds and identities. If you identify with a diverse background, feel free to let us know in your application.
We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Woroni, Woroni Radio and Woroni TV are created, edited, published, printed and distributed. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and emerging. We acknowledge that the name Woroni was taken from the Wadi Wadi Nation without permission, and we are striving to do better for future reconciliation.