Educational Programs Trainers & Producers

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SYN Media:

SYN Media is a non-for-profit media organisation, run by young people, for young people. Our goal as a charity is to provide accessible broadcasting and hands on media training opportunities to young people. We are an independent, self funded non-for-profit organisation that works with volunteers to help make it all happen.

SYN Media Learning: 

SYN Media Learning is our social enterprise. This means all of our educational programs we run with schools and community groups directly financially support our operations as a non-for-profit charity, and keep the doors open for our 500 volunteers to create content in programs across our various platforms. SYN’s workshops and educational programs allow schools and community groups to learn media skills across radio and digital media, to then produce their own original content at SYN.

The Role:

The Educational Programs Trainers & Producers, work within the SYN Media Learning team and are responsible for conducting SYN’s various educational radio programs. Trainers work directly with students and community groups, introducing them to SYN and teaching young people how to create radio as part of our various structured programs. If we find you to be highly engaged and skilled, you may be considered for larger scale tailored projects or running training in regional areas.

The amount of work fluctuates throughout the year, and it is important to note that this role is casual in nature, well suited to SYN volunteers who don’t work full time. Applications are open to those with some availability to work from 8am-5pm Monday to Friday.


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How to Apply: 

We are currently not taking applications for this role. For more information email Molly at [email protected] or call 03 9639 2849.