Role: Record Label Sales and Distribution Coordinator

  • Work in the music industry and with Central Australian Aboriginal cultures
  • Experience the outback adventures of living in Alice Springs
  • $50,000 – $60,000 (dependant on experience) + salary sacrifice tax benefits + relocation allowance

Aboriginal applicants are strongly encouraged to apply

CAAMA Music sales job


CAAMA Music is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal record label, with a backlist spanning 36 years of classic artists such as Frank Yamma and talented new, emerging artists like Tjintu Desert Band and Gawurra.  Our recording studio continues to uncover the next generation of talented Indigenous performers, with many exciting new releases scheduled this year.

We are looking for someone with lots of energy and initiative who will bring their previous sales experience to implement innovations within our distribution processes and drive sales. In this role you’ll be responsible for supporting continuous growth of the retail and wholesale aspect of CAAMA Music, by developing and maintaining sales and marketing strategies to grow the CAAMA Music brand’s strength at a time of change across the industry. In this hands-on role you will be delivering external facing communications to clients and relevant media, and creating best practice sales and marketing campaigns. Success in this role is demonstrated by cohesive, consistent messaging and communication which attracts new customers to our existing catalogue and ever expanding new releases.

CAAMA Music is part of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, Australia’s leading Aboriginal owned and controlled media organisation, delivering culturally relevant content helping to preserve and maintain Indigenous culture.

If you have previous sales experience, a passion for music, and the urge for adventure, then apply for this unique opportunity to work in Australia’s most remote music scene!

Key responsibilities include:

  • Efficient and effective management and expansion of the retail and wholesale component of the record label
  • Maintaining customer relationships, while forging new partnerships nationally and internationally within the music industry
  • Raise the profile of Indigenous musicians to aid in the long term sustainability of Indigenous people in the music industry
  • Processing of sales orders in a timely and professional manner, with an eye for detail
  • Writing regular sales newsletters for our customers
  • Maintaining a sales database, ensuring clean data and updating records accordingly
  • Competitor analysis and produce and analyse sales reports
  • Manage digital & hardcopy sales of CAAMA Music, and maintain stock control
  • Assistance in training Aboriginal trainees as required
  • Applying cultural understanding and awareness to the workplace
  • Administrative tasks as set by Music Manager

Essential skills and experience:

  1. Previous sales or customer service experience
  2. Intermediate to advanced Excel Skills – (Pivot tables, V-Lookup) and experience with customer databases
  3. Experience in creating and analysing sales reports
  4. A genuine passion for music and keen desire to work in the music industry
  5. Ability to set goals, achieve tasks and demonstrated initiative
  6. Problem solver and positive ‘can do’ attitude
  7. Able to work in a fast-paced, open-plan environment
  8. Confident and friendly telephone manner, plus outstanding interpersonal, written and verbal skills
  9. Ability to work well with others in a team environment
  10. Willingness to learn, be flexible and able to take directions
  11. Knowledge of social media platforms
  12. Strong time management and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise work

Desirable criteria

  • Tele-sales experience and/or marketing experience
  • Knowledge of Central Australian Aboriginal communities & cultural issues
  • Current manual driver’s license
  • Able to travel to remote areas on unsealed roads

Applications must include a resume, contact details for three referees and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria. Send enquiries and applications to Nicola Pitt on or (08) 8951 9737

Applications close 4 July