Studio Coordinator

Melbourne, VIC

No two days are the same, with many different things to be tackled each day!

To excel in this unique and demanding position, you will be positive, have initiative and be able to handle anything that comes your way with a smile.

You will be super organised, caring enough to make sure that the tasks you are given get done on time and well.

You ask a lot of questions to begin with, and then knuckle under and get on with it, checking in along the way.

You’re perpetually enthusiastic and happy to muck in, no matter what the task.

Your naturally effervescent attitude will put a smile on faces and set the tone for the rest of the business, contributing to the distinct culture of KOJO.

Our Studio Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Motion Designers and Creative team on a range of projects from ingestion through to final project/asset delivery.

Ability to work weekends and additional hours with little advance notice to meet the industry and role requirements may be required.


  • Two (2+) years experience within a deadline-driven creative environment
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Understanding of data management
  • Highly organised, with attention to detail
  • Detailed oriented whilst keeping an eye on the big picture
  • Ability to interpret and coordinate the response to a brief
  • Solid knowledge of budgeting
  • Flexibility to work in a fast-paced and changing environment
  • A process-oriented approach to work
  • Proactive, positive and uses initiative

If you have the experience we’re looking for and love pushing new boundaries, we’d love to hear from you via or click apply.

Technical Director

Adelaide, SA


KOJO is looking for an experienced and passionate Broadcast Engineer to join our growing team at Adelaide Oval.

This technical role requires a passionate, dedicated and curious person who loves pushing the boundaries to ensure our stadium teams are delivering the highest quality work and continuing to innovate.

It is important that you have the ability to apply problem-solving skills to production challenges and have careful attention to detail.

The role will provide input on technical design and implementation within the production suite, as well as maintenance and troubleshooting of the installed infrastructure. You will help maintain the full range of systems utilised in a modern broadcast production system, including, but not limited to:

  • SMPTE and RF Camera Chains
  • SDI Vision switchers and routers
  • Medionet and Dante signal transport systems
  • Comms systems
  • Audio systems including Digital consoles, Wireless Mics, IEM systems, on-field foldback, and
  • Network-based system integration and control.

Working closely with our National Technical Director and National Stadium Production Team, you will play a vital role in delivering a memorable match day experience utilising advanced industry-leading technology.

This position is well suited for someone with proven broadcast engineering experience, and requires a high level of planning and documenting, excellent fault finding skills, good knowledge of ICT principles and networking as they apply to broadcast television production, and an interest in keeping up with the latest advancements in broadcast and in-stadia technology.


Typical responsibilities will include:

  • Perform scheduled maintenance and upgrades.
  • Liaison with customers, suppliers, operators and management.
  • Prompt troubleshooting of broadcast systems and infrastructure.
  • Rig and test systems for the game day.
  • Manage a technical crew, both freelance and full-time, on Match Days as required.

As is the nature of stadium production, your role deliverable will change depending on the client and event, and the ability to handle multiple priorities and meet tight deadlines without compromising quality is a must.

Out of hours work and interstate travel may be required in order to meet the requirements of the role.

People should love to work with you because you are caring, genuine and positive even in the toughest of situations.


  • Technical Design
  • Media Production
  • Broadcast Engineering
  • Infrastructure
  • Problem Solving
  • Broadcast Production
  • Sports Marketing
  • Fault Finding
  • Broadcast Television
  • Troubleshooting

Sound like you?

If you have the experience we’re looking for and love pushing new boundaries, we’d love to hear from you via or click apply.

All applicants must have valid Australian working rights.

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