CBAA Program Coordinator – Disability Media Project


  • Opportunity to make an impact by increasing participation for people with disability.
  • Responsible for supporting program design, execution and evaluation.
  • Fixed-term part-time role with flexible working arrangements available

The Organisation

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is a leading member-based, for-purpose organisation. We provide programs and services that aim to strengthen over 450 community radio, local and independent media organisations.

With over five million listeners each week, community radio plays a vital role in providing a voice for multicultural, First Nations and other under-represented groups, as well as supporting independent and emerging musicians, and communities not adequately serviced by other media services.

The Role

Supports the Project Director to develop, implement and monitor a work placement program as part of the Disability Media Project through administrative, monitoring and coordination tasks.


  • Coordinate the community co-design process via focus groups/stakeholder consultation.
  • Understand and document station-level needs (eg administration, programming, broadcast technical, content etc).
  • Document accessibility considerations at station-level – built environment, technology gaps etc.
  • Support recruitment of participants – outreach, conduct interviews, document access requirements of participants.
  • Liaise with stations to implement bespoke programs for participants.
  • Monitor placements identify issues and provide support.
  • Manage evaluation process – surveys, data collection etc.

Your success profile will include:

  • Demonstrated understanding of and/or experience of living with a disability and of the disability sector
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications
  • Previous experience coordinating a similar project
  • Superior organisational skills and attention to detail
  • A proactive approach to problem-solving
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Ability to work closely with colleagues and stakeholders
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Experience with the Not for Profit or community radio-based organisations.

If you are seeking an opportunity to make an impact in an organisation that makes a real difference, this is the role for you.

Application Process

We are committed to improving outcomes for our communities, and value diversity and inclusion. We actively seek and welcome applications from people with diverse backgrounds and with lived experience in the communities we aim to serve (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse people, the LGBTQIA+ community and people of diverse genders and faiths).

We are happy to consider flexible employment arrangements, including other locations and virtual/hybrid work arrangements for the right candidate.

To apply submit your resume (max three pages) and a cover letter (max two pages) addressing the requirements and reason for your application to the Project Director via Ethical Jobs.

Please note that there is no formal closing date for this role. Early applications are encouraged, and suitable candidates may be shortlisted for interview as and when applications are received.

Please email [email protected] if you would like to discuss this role further.


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