ON AIR: Yamba radio station TLC FM 100.3 is looking for new station manager to take over from Rebecca Beare-Bath. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN
ON AIR: Yamba radio station TLC FM 100.3 is looking for new station manager to take over from Rebecca Beare-Bath. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN

TLC FM seeks new station manager

YAMBA'S TLC FM 100.3 is looking for a new volunteer station manager as volunteer Rebecca Beare-Bath steps down.

Mrs Beare-Bath said she would hand over all administration responsibilities on February 25.

"The role of the station manager is to co-ordinate and organise all administration requirements and day-to-day operations at the station," she said.

"The station manager is responsible for networking with many community groups to ensure the station provides access to a variety of members."

Mrs Beare-Bath said the role would suit anyone with marketing or IT skills who had at least 10 hours a week to spare.

All training is provided and the role provides plenty of opportunity for anyone building a career in the media or marketing industry. "It's not all work and no play here at TLC FM 100.3. We are often issued media passes and invited to represent the station at a variety of music festivals and media events throughout the year. The interview opportunities provided are amazing," Mrs Beare-Bath said.

Mrs Beare-Bath is stepping down from the role to focus on her Masters in Communication and work on a creative project.

"I have made so many new friends and learnt so many new skills at TLC FM 100.3. Before I started at the station I had no idea how to produce or broadcast," she said.

"The experience I have gained has been extremely valuable to my media and marketing career."

If you are interested in the station manager role or as a presenter, email info@tlcfm.com.au for more information.



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