Job description – Media Volunteer Coordinator
|Position||Media Training and Volunteer Coordinator|
|Location||Higher Rhythm / Sine FM premises in Doncaster (plus other borough wide locations)|
|Hours and days of work||30 hours per week Work pattern to be agreed with the successful candidate|
|Reporting to||Quality and Media Services Manager and Studio Manager|
|Purpose of the position||The post holder has the responsibility for planning and delivering media training programmes and will also support Sine FM’s people and services, focusing on media based community engagement and coordinating presenters together with oversight of the programme schedule.|
|Working Relationships||Internal: Sine FM volunteers Administrator Other Higher Rhythm staff External: Other agencies and departments as appropriate External Service Providers|
|Salaries and Benefits||£27,232 (pro rata) This is a 1 year post with continuation expected thereafter and potential for increase in hours up to 37.5 a week. Holiday entitlement is 28 days pro rata plus public holidays.A pension scheme is in place.|
|Main Duties||Delivering media focused trainingVolunteer management and supportSupporting delivery of broadastsOverseeing programme content and playoutTechnical duties around operation of station and broadcast|
|Training Support||To deliver media / broadcast related trainingTo coordinate, train and support a team of volunteer presentersTo provide guidance to presenters to assure the quality / legality of output|
|Experience Requirements||Teaching in a range of settings Knowledge of broadcast law Experience in the field of radio and community media Experience in managing volunteers Excellent written and oral communication skills Experience in delivering public funded projects Experience working with people from a wide range of backgrounds Applicants must be able to display the ability to work alone, on their own initiative, and also as an effective member of a team within the organisation. To undertake such other tasks as may be reasonably required|
Problem Identification and Solution
Evaluating situations and identifying existing problems or opportunities. Using the information obtained, understanding the pros and cons of each alternative and choosing the most appropriate alternative.
Asserting one’s influence over events to achieve goals; self-starting rather than accepting passively; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive.
Other Essential Requirements
Applications to be made via E-MAIL including Cover Letter and CV, as a minimum to firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications to be received by 1 pm on Friday, 24th July 2020.