First Nations Media Job Opportunities

Digital Training Coordinator - Alice Springs

inDigiMOB Digital Training Coordinator - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

P/T or F/T – Contract till end Jun 2021

The inDigiMOB program is a partnership between First Nations Media Australia and Telstra that supports digital inclusion for Aboriginal people living in remote NT communities. 
We are looking for a new team member with solid digital literacy and ICT skills and knowledge, who also has experience running workshops or training with Aboriginal people living in remote NT communities.
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To apply submit your CV and a cover letter addressing the role duties to [email protected] 
Closing date September 18th 2020. For more information contact inDigiMOB on 0448 721 635

 

PROJECT COORDINATOR

FIRST NATIONS REGIONAL NEWS CAPACITY BUILDING & CONTENT SHARING PROJECT 

Do you have excellent Project management skills and experience, good communication and stakeholder engagement skills, particularly with First Nations people and organisations, good working knowledge of software systems, ideally for news or media sharing, good understanding of training delivery (accredited and non-accredited) and resource development, good staff management skills, knowledge of codes relating to broadcasting and journalism code of ethics, experience in report writing and funding acquittals, business planning experience, a good working knowledge of the First Nations Media industry, ability to work independently and in a team, and good understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities?  
 
Key responsibilities of this role include: plan and coordinate the First Nations News Project as per ACMA funding agreement, work with FNMA management and stakeholders to oversee selection, trial and implementation of an appropriate and affordable online news sharing platform, recruit and supervise other staff and contracts as required, establish and convene regular (quarterly) meetings of a stakeholder advisory group to the project, identify stakeholder needs ad map formal lines of communication, reporting, meetings schedules and partnership arrangements (MOUs), set up contributing agreements, work with remote and regional FNMOs to recruit and support 8-12 community/cadet journalists to participate and contribute stories to regional journalist network, identify and promote funding sources, develop a First Nations Journalism Resources Manual, Journalism Code of Ethics and Policies and Procedures, Establish a network of preferred training organisations to support training delivery, develop systems for monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the project, develop a business plan for ongoing development and sustainability of First Nations journalism capacity and sharing platform management.
 
An attractive salary package with salary sacrifice is available.  This position is fulltime.  This is an Indigenous identified position.  
 
For a Position Description: [email protected] 08 8952 6465    fnma.org.au
Applications Close COB Tuesday 8 September 2020.

 

REGIONAL EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

FIRST NATIONS REGIONAL NEWS CAPACITY BUILDING & CONTENT SHARING PROJECT

Do you have journalism and news production skills and experience, good communication skills, good working knowledge of software systems, ideally for news or media sharing, good understanding of training delivery and resource development, knowledge of codes relating to broadcasting and journalism code of ethics, a good working knowledge of the First Nations Media industry, ability to work independently and in a team, and good understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities?  
 
Key responsibilities of this role include: working with Project Coordinator, software provider and stakeholders to configure the First Nations News sharing platform according to sector needs and cultural protocols, day to day management and moderation of the online news sharing platform to ensure content adheres to journalism code of ethics, broadcast standards, format and production standards, distribute and promote news content throughout the day, develop policies and procedures for content contribution, sharing and attribution protocols, engage with existing First Nations news producers (such as NIRS, NITV, Koori Mail, CAAMA, Radio Larrakia/ABA and ICTV) to share stories of national interest via the sharing platform, supporting remote and regional FNMOs and Regional Journalist Network to produce and contribute content to the sharing platform, develop and deliver training webinars and user-friendly resources and online tools on how to upload and download news items or bulletins from the platforms, manage the social media page and distribution channels to promote and amplify news content on the sharing platform.
organising webinars.
 
An attractive salary package with salary sacrifice is available.  This position is fulltime.  This is an Indigenous identified position.  
 
For a Position Description: [email protected] 08 8952 6465    fnma.org.au
Applications Close COB Tuesday 8 September 2020.