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Community Video Producer

PAW Media and Communications - Yuendumu, NT

Advertising, Media, Arts & Entertainment
Source: uWorkin



· 38 hours per week

· Time Off in Lieu – Arrangement for additional hours negotiable

· Twelve-month contract, with potential for renewal under similar arrangements

· Remote Central Australian locations based at Yuendumu, NT

· Salary $64,000 annually, plus 9.5% superannuation, plus accommodation in employer-supplied and furnished housing to the value of $16,640 annually which includes all utility costs

· 6 weeks annual leave

· Relocation assistance up to $1,000 available

PAW Media and Communications (Warlpiri Media Aboriginal Corporation) is seeking an energetic, resilient and outgoing videographer with the ability to mentor staff and to coordinate low-budget, community-focused productions. The Community Video Producer is responsible for managing the production and delivery of PAW's local content programs, primarily for online & Community TV broadcast. These projects require the fostering of Indigenous engagement and the participation of our Indigenous staff.

The Community Video Producer will also be required to provide informal training for community members in basic media skills, and to work in and around ten remote communities in the Tanami region of Central Australia (Yuendumu, Yuelamu, Laramba, Willowra, Nyirripi, Kintore, Mt Leibig, Lajamanu, Ti Tree and Engawala) which includes their affiliated outstations and surrounds.

This is a very “hands-on” role. It requires solid, mid-level technical competence in all facets of factual screen content production, and general audio-visual work, from planning, budgeting and shooting through to post-production, budget acquittals and project reporting. The successful candidate will be a graduate of an accredited screen production course to at least Cert IV or Diploma level, or will have equivalent professional experience. He or she must be able to trouble-shoot problems in remote and challenging locations and be able to mentor Indigenous Australians in strongly cross-cultural settings.

The Community Video Producer will be employed under the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award and is required to work within PAW's Video Department where duties include managing Indigenous production staff, the professional development of our visual media workers, and low-budget project management. From time to time, the Community Video Producer will be required to liaise with PAW’s Special Projects Producer to coordinate projects and outcomes.

This position isn’t for anyone. It requires living remotely, calls for strong leadership and teamwork skills and can be challenging, requiring a resourceful, sociable and adaptable person to succeed. However, for the right candidate this is a rewarding and potentially life-changing role. The position offers unique opportunities for career development and will allow you to become a part of a very special community and contribute to its growth, developing an understanding of Warlpiri and other local cultures.

* The role requires considerable travel through Aboriginal Lands rarely visited by outsiders.

* The position is only open to Australian Citizens, Residents or individuals holding a Working Visa valid until at least 2023.

* The successful candidate will need a current National Police Check and be able to obtain an Ochre Card.

* Housing in community is limited so it will be necessary to live in shared accommodation. PAW can only provide housing for one person.

* Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.


· Relevant Screen & Media Production qualifications at least at a Cert IV or diploma level, or equivalent professional experience.

· Demonstrated, credited experience in documentary and/or online community video production .

· Experience working cross-culturally, preferably with indigenous Australians.

· Experience in video production training or media skills development.

· Proficiency in Premiere.

· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

· Strong technical knowledge of different video camera systems, formats and lighting equipment typically used in location shooting.

· Demonstrated capacity for resourcefulness, planning and independent decision- making.

· Understanding of the political, social and economic factors affecting Indigenous Australians in remote areas.

· Capacity to live and work with a small team in a remote setting.

· Manual driver’s license.


· Competency in After Effects.

· Experience in data-wrangling and audiovisual archive systems file management.

· Experience living and working in a remote Australian indigenous community.


· Provide a pdf statement clearly addressing and highlighting all areas outlined in the Essential and Desirable Criteria. ** Please note that applications that do not include a statement CLEARLY AND SEPARATELY addressing all parts of the Selection Criteria will not be accepted.

· Submit a copy of your CV in pdf format.

· Please provide links to your showreel.

· All applications MUST USE the subject line: Community Video Producer Application

Applications close at midnight (Australian Central Standard Time) Friday 12/03/2021

Application Deadline: 12/03/2021

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $64,000.00 per year


  • 8 hour shift

COVID-19 considerations:
We adhere to all Government protocols and follow the changing directives of the NT Government as the situation evolves.


  • Certificate I - IV (Preferred)

Work Eligibility:

  • Permitted to work permanently with no restriction on hours (e.g. citizen, permanent resident) (Preferred)

Work Remotely:

  • No

Yuendumu, NT

Advertising, Media, Arts & Entertainment


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