Abe’s Audio Producer

Based in Launceston (or remotely for the right candidate)
Salary: $60-65K + Super
All necessary production equipment can be supplied.

About You

  • You’ve had at least 5 years of audio production experience
  • You’re proficient in Adobe Audition or Pro Tools (PC or Mac)
  • You’re a quick learner, and intuitively apply what you learn
  • You’re a solid team player and thrive being part of a busy, dynamic team
  • You’re keen to grow and develop, and you appreciate (and even welcome) feedback
  • You have creative thinking that breathes life into words on a page
  • You’re a natural problem solver and a great communicator

… and if you’d like the opportunity to work on projects like these – let’s talk!

About Us

Abe’s Audio is an audio production company serving clients in the media, marketing, advertising, communication, video production, animation and eLearning industries. With offices in Devonport and Launceston, some staff based remotely and hundreds of clients around Australia, we’re a Tasmanian business with a national footprint.

Our vision is to be a leading audio production house renowned for exceptional service, creative excellence, and outstanding talent, and we’re expanding our team of exceptional audio producers to allow us to continue to do this.

Abe’s Audio has been operating for 25 years, and while commercial production was a major focus in our early years, we’ve expanded into producing more complex sound design for video & TV programmes, long-form narration and podcast production projects. We still produce commercials, but the shift in work and requirements of our clients means we need audio producers who can also add value to these growth areas.

About The Role

Audio Producers at Abe’s Audio consistently create and deliver high-quality audio. Using their technical and creative abilities, they are a crucial part of our team that produces a range of audio productions including sound design for video, commercials, long-form narrations, eLearning, online content, podcasts and more. We produce over 120 jobs daily (many with tight deadlines).

Our Audio Producers:

  • Edit voiceovers and produce audio efficiently to a high standard
  • Make creative decisions regarding music bed and sound effect selection, creating content that delights our clients
  • Adhere to production deadlines and communicate clearly with the queue manager ahead of any delays
  • Facilitate client & voice directed sessions as required via Zoom
  • Communicate with clients as required
  • Proactively flag & fix errors before delivering audio to a client
  • Share knowledge and work with the Head of Production to help others develop their technical skills
  • Provide other creative input where requested
  • Get their birthday off!

You’ll be given all the training and support you’ll need to thrive in the role, with plenty of room for growth. The role is based in our Launceston office, however, there is also the possibility of working remotely for the right candidate.


  • A clear understanding of our Vision & Key Values
  • A friendly, positive demeanour
  • Integrity
  • At least 5 years of audio production experience
  • Proficiency in Adobe Audition or Pro Tools (PC or Mac)
  • The ability to work well and efficiently in a fast-paced environment
  • The ability to learn quickly and retain that information
  • A willingness to grow in the role and undertake personal and professional development
  • Strong communication skills

Please address the questions below in your cover letter, and send it with your résumé and a 2-minute production demo by 5pm, Friday, March 8th to our Head of Production.

Email: [email protected]

(*We reserve the right to fill the position before applications close. Applications that don’t include answers to the below questions will not be considered.)


  1. What experience do you have with sound design for video & podcast production? If you don’t (and that’s OK), how do you see yourself developing in these areas?
  2. What drives you? What’s your career goal?
  3. How do you handle negative feedback?
  4. How do you balance having to think quickly vs being detailed & accurate?
  5. How do you see AI and other technologies changing the industry in the future?

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