Featured Jobs: Pedestrian, Random House, GQ, Stoney Roads

Pedestrian.tv (SYD) (yes, us) is looking for an Account Coordinator to keep our clients smiling. If you are experienced, organised, an excellent communicator and want to hang with team Pedestrian everyday – you better start thinking about your cover letter – because we are the most fun you can have without taking your clothes off. [Apply Here]

Random House Australia (SYD) has a Publicity Manager position available. Perfect for someone who likes books, has read some books and would like to work on campaigns for authors such as Nigella Lawson, Ben Elton, Joanna Trollope, Lee Child, Richard Dawkins, Karin Slaughter and Kate Atkinson. They are looking for someone with 5+ years in a similar role who is able to think creatively and come up with ideas that cut through. A demonstrated ability to organize events and launches and an encyclopaedic knowledge of
Australian media will be looked on favourably. [Apply Here]

Do you appreciate ‘Style, Luxury, Life & Girls?’ Because that, my friend, is what the GQ experience is all about. GQ Magazine (SYD) have got a 3 month Internship up for grabs for one lucky applicant. Ideal for a student in their last year of a journalism/ communications/ media degree, the internship would suit someone with strong administration skills, a love for writing, a passion for GQ and a positive, can-do attitude. Get in on it. [Apply Here]

The bros at Stoney Roads would like contributors for their lovely dance music website. Applicants should like music more than most things and be fully literate. In return you will contribute news, feature articles and blog posts to Stoney Roads. You will connect with artists, brands and labels as well as receive current and forthcoming digital promos. On a case by case basis writers can also attend national festivals and local events (read: if you kick ass). [Apply Here]

ILBIJERRI Theatre Company (MELB), one of Australia’s leading theatre companies creating innovative contemporary works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, needs a Community Program Manager. You will be involved in building presenting relationships with community organisations, maintaining and strengthening the company’s relationships with the community and supporting artist development. The role requires strength both in relationship building and management as well as key producing skills and a strong capacity to support program leaders. [Apply Here]