Current positions:

CAAMA Music Label Coordinator
CAAMA Radio Breakfast presenter – full time
CAAMA Radio Presenter/Producer – full time
CAAMA Radio Presenter/Producer – Casual (30 hours per week)

CAAMA Music Label Coordinator

Are you analytically minded, a great communicator, extremely organised and have experience in the music and entertainment industry? Are you self-motivated with drive to accomplish multiple tasks at once and take on a challenge? CAAMA Music with a 40 year heritage of giving indigenous artists a voice and a platform is searching for a new Label Coordinator to take charge of label operations and obligations. Working closely with the artist development manager and reporting directly to the General Manager you will be taking care of all label operations, current artists along with signing new talent to the label. Based in Alice Springs but being able to travel when necessary the successful applicant will enjoy all that central Australia has to offer, from the majestic MacDonnell ranges to the thriving live music and art scene. Come, make a difference and work with endangered languages and talent artists. Together we will bring them to the world.

Primary Objective:

1.    Manage CAAMA Music label business and artist career development

2.    Build and maintain CAAMA Music’s profile digitally through networking activities to promote and grow positive relations with the music industry

3.    Engage and promote Community artists to preserve aboriginal language  and culture

4.    Actively seek funding and business opportunities consistent with CAAMA’s strategic plan

Key Responsibilities:

1.      Plan and manage activities associated with artist signing & label product development & label contract management.

2.      Manage grant funding applications and reporting

3.      Undertake project management activities as required to deliver against grant funding obligations

4.      Coordinate Artist and repertoire (A&R) activities in conjunction with Artist Career Development Mgr .

5.      Remote travel communities within the CAAMA licence footprint to attend events and identify& asses  future “Artist Signing “ opportunities.

6.      Coordinate & deliver CAAMA Music Label publicity activities  on all digital platforms to  industry stakeholders including wholesale & retail distributors.

7.      Coordinate with sales,  distributors accounts departments and clients to deliver timely  royalties distribution associated with publishing ,licencing and sales.

8.      Manage artist and collection society reporting

9.      Apply cultural understanding and awareness in the workplace.

10.   Participate as an effective team member within CAAMA to build strong industry relationships and employment opportunities for Aboriginal people.

11.   Apply safe working practices at all times.


Selection Criteria:


1.      Demonstrated experience in, the music industry with specific focus on music label operations, artist management, marketing and publicity.

2.      Demonstrated high-level organisational and administrative skills including attention to detail.

3.      Demonstrated capacity to work as a member of a large and diverse team of internal and external stakeholders.

4.      Demonstrated communication, negotiation, conflict resolution and organisational skills.

Highly Desirable:

1.       Knowledge of country and language groupings of Central Australia.

2.      Identifies, and is accepted, as a person of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island heritage.


1.            Relevant qualification and/or certification.

2.            Knowledge of indigenous Music Industry.

Please contact Rob Mitchell



CAAMA Radio is now hiring! – Head to the CAAMA Radio website for more information:

We have three radio presenter roles available for highly creative and self-motivated individuals who are passionate about Aboriginal culture and interested in making a valuable contribution to our local community.

The three positions available include;
1. Breakfast presenter – full time.
2. Presenter/Producer – full time.
3. Presenter/Producer – Casual (30 hours per week).

The key attributes we are seeking in our radio presenters include:
1. A passion for creating compelling on-air and web based content that will engage local and national audiences.
2. An eagerness to contribute to a diverse range of programs including our flagship news and current affairs program “Strong Voices”.
3. Outstanding storytelling skills.
4. Personal drive to source and present local stories and interviews.
5. Understanding of cultural protocols relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the willingness to undertake training in Central Australian specific protocols.
6. Reliability and the determination to succeed in the Indigenous Broadcasting sector.

The following attributes will be highly regarded:
7. Experience in relevant software namely, RCS Zetta, G- Selector and Social media platforms.
8. Knowledge of country and language groupings of Central Australia.
9. Knowledge of Indigenous Broadcasting Industry.

If you believe this is you, please send your current resume and cover letter, outlining how you meet the above attributes and if you require further information and/or a Job Description please contact the Station Manager at Application close 5pm Friday 6 September 2019.

“Special Measures: These positions are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Identified positions in accordance with s.57 of the Anti-Discrimination Act (NT) 2015”.