Mon 20 Nov 2017 to Sun 3 Dec 2017

Position Title: Drive Live Intern (stipend paid)
Name: Progressive Broadcasting Service
Location: 47 Easey St, Collingwood
Reports to: Marketing & Events Coordinator

Purpose of this role:
Community broadcaster PBS 106.7FM is a key player in Melbourne's independent, diverse music community. With more than 80 specialist music programs ranging from soul to garage to country to jazz, PBS is dedicated to promoting and nurturing music in all its diversity.

Drive Live is the station’s annual showcase of Melbourne’s thriving live music scene, and a celebration of PBS’ long and storied history of live-to-air broadcasting. For a week every year, PBS opens its doors to the public as three bands perform each day in front of a studio audience from our Studio 5, broadcast live via and 106.7FM. We are seeking expressions of interest from suitable candidates for an intern role to assist with the organisation of Drive Live 2018, which will be held from February 5-9. Interested parties should address the selection criteria below, as well as attach a cover letter and CV by end of day Sunday December 3. A modest stipend is available for the successful applicant.

Duties and Responsibilities
This role includes, but is not restricted to, the following duties and responsibilities. Tasks may be added from time to time to meet with organisational needs.

• Assisting with promotional copy and other rich media for internal PBS communications (including on-air announcements, web and eNews content) and for use in an external publicity campaign
• Drafting and scheduling posts for social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as part of promotional campaign leading up to Drive Live
• Live social media coverage of the event, particularly on Instagram and Twitter
• Preparing worksheets and guest lists, coordinating promo info from artists/labels and other artist liaison and general tasks as required

Selection Criteria
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, especially writing for the web and social media
• Attention to detail, initiative and ability to solve problems quickly
• Good musical knowledge – especially indie rock, punk and electronica
• Familiarity with Microsoft Office (essential) and Adobe Creative Suite (desired)
• Experience in posting and scheduling social media across different platforms including familiarity with Hootsuite

Training Provided
• Induction
• Orientation
• On the job training

What times this job can be done
- Eight hours per week (days, times flexible) in weeks starting 22nd January and 29th January
- Availability for all five days of the event (February 5-9, 2018) from 2:00-7:30pm is essential

Use the below link to apply and direct any application questions to Aleisha at .

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