SBS takes the lead on creating opportunities for Indigenous Australians to learn and work in the media industry. The Indigenous Broadcast Operations Cadet program is designed to enable young Indigenous people to get on-the-job experience in the broadcast production area.
About the cadetship
This twelve month cadetship is for recent graduates that aims to help you build your career in broadcast and online production. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to work on real television and radio shows, provide support and deliver quality media solutions to our audiences. The cadetship will spend a minimum of three months in Broadcast Production including Editing, Studio Production Services, Radio Operations and ENG/EFP (location camera work).
The cadetship is based in Sydney and is importantly delivered across the working week, including after hours and weekend work.
You will participate in a range of on-the-job training and mentoring programs, designed to hone your technical skills and give you practical experience in your craft.
Ideally you will have, or be close to, completed tertiary qualifications in Broadcast or Media Production and have a passion for broadcast production whether it’s on television, radio or online platforms.
While there’s no guarantee of ongoing employment at the end of the program, you’ll be paid a full time salary during your cadetship. The base salary for this role is $50,509.
What do I need to apply?
To be considered for this exciting opportunity you will need:
In your cover letter, please outline: