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Mamamia hiring for evening editor

Administration at MediaConnect Australia

Women’s content portal Mamamia is recruiting for a new evening editor, based in the Woolloomooloo offices.

The person will be assigned to work the 2PM-10PM shift Mondays to Thursdays, but 9AM-5PM on Sundays. Their tasks include directing the newsroom, developing story ideas, assigning stories to writers and editing/publishing their stories, and to write some articles from time to time. They will also be in charge of monitoring traditional and digital media channels for the latest news developments.

Candidates must be graduates of journalism or other media-related courses with at least five years’ journalism experience, preferably in digital news coverage. The person must also possess high-performance-team management skills, can work within deadlines, and be capable of mentoring staff.

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Triple M hiring for program manager

Administration at MediaConnect Australia

Applications close: 08/26/2020 07:08 PM

Southern Cross Austereo is on the market for a program manager for Triple M Hobart.

The program manager is tasked to oversee the network’s daily operations and produce new engaging content.

Applicants must have detailed experience in radio content production and have proven capable of working in a high-pressure team environment. Proficiency in GSelector is also needed, as is familiarity with the Tasmanian market. The application packet must comprise the CV, cover letter, and demo.

Stockhead Australia recruiting for journalist

Administration at MediaConnect Australia

Stockhead Australia has posted an opening for a journalist to be based in Sydney, as a work-from-home or office position.

The person is assigned to write on topics relevant to ASX small-caps and investors and to cover official announcements from the ASX, as well as conduct interviews for feature articles.

Candidates must be seasoned journalists with at least two years’ experience in covering the health and biotech industries (reporting for other tech-related sectors in addition to the above may be considered). They should possess excellent time-management and communication skills, and proficiency at operating a CMS.

The Examiner hiring for journalist

Administration at MediaConnect Australia

ACM Tasmania publication The Examiner is searching for a new journalist to be part of its team, based in Launceston.

The journalist will be tasked to cover all news leads for the print edition and online channels. The content may include data that needs to be broken down for easier understanding amongst readers.

The applicant should have proven experience in researching and writing balanced accurate reports to high standards and can publish the material for print and digital audiences (samples of best work must be provided as part of application packet). They will need to join staff meetings and contribute to the story discussions.

KIIS 101.1 seeks breakfast producer

Administration at MediaConnect Australia

Applications close: 08/14/2020 07:08 PM

ARN Melbourne station KIIS 101.1 FM is hiring a producer for its Jase and PJ breakfast show.

The producer will be in charge of handling callers for the show and manage content for the segments, including on-air material that may need escalation to the executive producer or content director. They will also monitor social media channels and TV shows for topic ideas to pitch at production meetings with the EP.

Candidates should have ample experience in radio show production with a drive for innovative, engaging content. They must prove capable of working in a team environment.

News Corp Australia hiring for national education/social affairs reporter

Administration at MediaConnect Australia

News Corp Australia is recruiting for a national education and social affairs reporter, who can be based anywhere in Australia.

The person will be assigned to cover potential leads in the selected beat and turn them into well-researched, engaging material. They are also encouraged to develop contact relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

The ideal candidate must be a highly-experienced journalist with deep familiarity in Australia’s education sector, social affairs, and politics. They should be capable of conducting in-depth interviews, working with minimal supervision and within tight deadlines, and delivering very engaging content.