Two six-month, part-time, paid opportunities for young people aged 18–25.
Devonstream is a not-for-profit online station celebrating audio culture in Devon, south-west England. The station features an eclectic rolling playlist of new and established music, stories, poetry, podcasts and soundscapes. Everything we play has a connection to the county.
We are launching two new projects designed to support local musicians (or all genres):
- Devonstream Sessions will be a series of live performances, recorded for broadcast in professional recording studios. Think Live Lounge, but for up-and-coming Devon artists. We are looking for a producer to lead this project.
- Devonstream Playlist will be a series of radio programmes and podcasts that showcase new music from Devon artists, across a wide range of genres. We are looking for a producer/presenter to lead this project and be its public ‘voice’.
We hope these roles will help the job-holders to:
- Develop their team working and project management skills
- Build their professional network in the music and media industries
- Develop a portfolio, showreel or demo that helps them take the next step in their career
We’re looking for young people with the right attitude and a desire to learn and develop. No formal training, qualifications or previous experience is necessary. We can teach the successful job-holders everything they need to know and provide all the equipment they will need.
These jobs are open to 18–25 year olds with the right to work in the UK. Please see our questions and answers page for more details.
This is a six month contract, for 17 hours per week, with a wage of £11 per hour. We anticipate the six month contract will run from May–November 2023. Working arrangements can be flexible, although some travel within Devon will be required. Please see our questions and answers page for more details.
How to apply
The closing date for applications is Friday 14 April 2023.
Devonstream’s Sessions and Playlist projects are supported by Youth Music’s Incubator Fund thanks to funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.