The Australian music industry is a gratifying place to work, though at times it can be hard to navigate. So we’ve taken it upon ourselves to provide you with a selection of killer music jobs available in this here industry.
So without further ado, here are the best new jobs going in the Australian music industry right now.
If you’ve ever dreamed of being paid to put on shows and festivals, then Live Nation have got the perfect job for you, with the company currently on the search for a full-time promoter.
Have you ever been to a live concert and wondered what went on behind the scenes to make it happen?
Maybe you looked at the crowd and wondered what went right so that everyone came together to partake in this one memorable event, or maybe you wondered how you too could bring people together for such an unforgettable occasion?
Well, now the chance is all yours, with world-renowned tour promoters Live Nation currently on the look-out for a promoter based out of either Sydney or Melbourne.
Do you have a keen eye for identifying and targeting touring prospects or the drive to develop potential touring prospects with new tours and acts? Then be sure to check out the job listing for more info on how to make your dreams a reality!
Red Hill Entertainment | Melbourne
Don’t reckon festival promotion is something that’s up your alley? That’s okay! You can always be part of the invaluable team that makes those events happening with a job as a Site Manager for Red Hill Entertainment.
So what’s involved? Well, what isn’t involved? The job of the Site Manager is to scope, coordinate, build and manage all site elements for music festivals such as Land of Plenty & UNIFY Gathering.
This includes all site management elements before, during and after the festival. In addition, the Site Manager is responsible for the coordination and crewing of site construction & safety. This includes both paid personnel, crew and a large number of volunteers.
If this sounds like something you might be keen on, and you’ve had a bit of experience in the field before (and no, we don’t mean just rocking out at a festival), then check out the job listing for more info on how to make your mark on the Aussie music scene!
(Of course, if this doesn’t take your fancy, Red Hill Entertainment are also on the lookout for a Social Media Community Manager!)
UNIFIED Music Group | Melbourne
Alright, maybe working in the world of festivals and touring isn’t quite your speed? Well, how about working with the talent that makes them so memorable to begin with?
Yes, the UNIFIED Music Group are currently on the lookout for a Label & Production Manager will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the current roster.
Working with names like Northlane, Ocean Alley, Allday, Hellions, Didirri, Slowly Slowly and more, the new Label & Production Manager will co-ordinate DSP Marketing and Play-listing strategies, oversee distribution, sales and production & be an all rounder in reporting, analysing and administration.
It’s a big task, so if you’ve had previous record label or artist management experience, then you might want to check out the job listing for more info on how to help these artists become the future icons of the music world.