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Australian Institute of Music
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Audio Production Assistant

Play a critical role in the seamless administration, maintenance and technical support for production and facilities and equipment at AIM.


The Australian Institute of Music
AIM is a leading specialised, independent and not-for-profit education provider offering students cutting-edge learning in the creative industries. We deliver courses from HSC to Postgraduate at campuses in Sydney and Melbourne. Our unique industry-relevant programs are designed to support a diverse range of careers, and AIM has an outstanding record for producing talented graduates.

The Role
The Audio Production Assistant is a full time permanent role dedicated to ensuring the effective coordination, administration, maintenance and technical support for production facilities and equipment, for staff, students, customers and key stakeholders. 

Reporting to the Director of Information Technology & Communications and under the supervision of the Team Leader, the Audio Production Assistantís main duties and responsibilities include:
  • Maintain a high standard of professional aesthetics of the production facilities
  • Oversee the effective coordination and administration of production facility bookings and production facilities equipment
  • Partner with key Audio department stakeholders to ensure the successful delivery and achievement of technology service and standards to the Institute
  • Maintain equipment as part of scheduled maintenance and to resolve faults 
  • Implement and adhere to policies and procedures surrounding production facilities and equipment
  • Manage sign in and out of equipment and keys for studio bookings.
What skills and experience should I have?
  • Relevant technical or trade certifications in sound, audio, production or a related field
  • Demonstrated previous experience in a similar role relating to audio and production equipment and facilities
  • Demonstrated experience in technical operations within Performance Arts is preferable
  • Ability to research new technologies and provide possible innovations or solutions for any demands that may be placed on the studios
  • Strong at collaborating with individuals and teams for the achievement of goals
  • Able to work under tight deadlines with multiple stakeholders and competing priorities.
What do I need to stand out from the rest?
  • Share our passion for education and the creative industries
  • Be a team player and show a genuine interest in supporting your colleagues and the students
  • Be flexible, embrace change and be an advocate for continual improvement
  • Be proactive and demonstrate initiative
  • Get the job done with a sense of humour.
Why should I work at AIM?
  • Lively campus atmosphere
  • Work alongside some of Australia's most talented music, entertainment and performing arts professionals
  • Passionate and supportive team, who genuinely place the student at the centre of everything we do
  • AIM is changing! If you're up for the challenge, this is a great time to join our team and contribute to the continual improvement of AIM.

CLICK HERE to see this role on our own site, and apply.
NSW - Sydney

permanent

music