• 24-Jun-2022 to Until Filled (NZST)
  • Sydney, AUS
  • Full Time

Mamamia is Australia's largest independent women's media company, with a decade-long reputation for being on the pulse of what women are talking about. If the Mamamia brand were a person, we'd be the one you can't stop talking to - we're candid, warm, honest and inclusive, and every day we're telling new stories you can't turn away from.

We are looking for a creative Podcast Producer for the exciting opportunity to work on Mamamia's comedy and lifestyle podcasts. This includes recording, editing and distribution of the episodes. You will write scripts, conduct guest research and monitor your shows performance while working closely with the hosts to deliver an exceptional product.

About the role

  • Pitch story ideas for segments and episodes based on research and knowledge of what resonates with our audience
  • Source and book guests who have relevant expertise in episode topic area
  • Script content for show and sponsorship / RON advertisements, show notes and episode descriptions
  • Liaise with relevant commercial teams to ensure client campaign objectives are delivered to deadline
  • Distribute shows across relevant platforms and moderate social groups, interact with the audience to source ideas and to promote shows. Provide all hosts and external hosts with assets to assist in wider promotion
  • Assist wider team in research, guest booking, monitoring of the pod phone and sound checking for remote guests as required

About you

  • Minimum two years experience in a similar role
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong audio editing skills (Adobe Audition preferred)
  • Experience booking a diverse range of guests for a variety of topics
  • Ability to give and receive effective feedback with curiosity and respect
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to adapt a measured approach in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work well independently and in a team
  • Ability to research, find and book guests for both short and long-term projects
  • A strong commitment to continuous process improvement, initiatives and ability to solve problems creatively
  • Possess a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) and wow your clients and co workers every day

About us

We're fast-paced and innovative, and democratic when it comes to strategies and ideas.

We're small enough that you can create real and tangible change, and have your voice heard, and large enough that we can support your ideas with experienced, industry-leading teams, and deliver them to an audience of millions of women every month.

The core purpose of Mamamia is to make the world a better place for women and girls, and we live this philosophy in the content we create, and with the work we do with our charity partner, Room to Read. The independence and empowerment of women starts with universal literacy, and since 2017, Mamamia has supported Room to Read's Girls' Education Program, which breaks cycles of illiteracy in Asia and Africa. We've funded the education of tens of thousands of girls, and Mamamia staff have visited the schools where we've made an impact.

As well as being a meaningful and exciting place to work, Mamamia offers:

  • A fun, dynamic and collaborative workplace culture
  • Learning & Development - tailored to each person's individual goals
  • A day off for your birthday (mama-me day!)
  • Flexible working conditions
  • Monthly birthday celebrations and quarterly events!
  • Free breakfast daily
  • Purchased annual leave scheme
  • Paid parental leave
  • Reward and Recognition - pick a prize from our rewards menu when you are recognised by your team!
  • Paid volunteer leave to get involved with our charity partners

Mamamia is an equal opportunity employer, all applicants will be considered regardless of your race, sexuality, religion, colour, gender identity or parental status. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

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