Call for grant assessors with tech skills

March 2, 2022

Headshot of Sharmaine looking directly at the camera and smiling

Is community media your passion? Do you have studio or transmission technology skills?  

We’ve recently identified the need for more grant assessors with tech skills, particularly women or people who identify as gender diverse.  

The CBF assessor team independently review, score and provide advice on grant applications twice a year. Assessors come from all parts of the community media sector, ensuring there is a broad representation of gender, cultures, interests, knowledge and expertise.  

Being an assessor is a great way to give back to the community you love and learn more about how the CBF grants work from the inside.  

Want to know more about what’s involved? 

Learn about how to become a CBF grant assessor 

Find out more about what a grant assessor does  

Got any questions? 

Get in touch with Georgie Boucher from the CBF Grant Support Team on 03 8341 5955 or email gboucher@cbf.com.au 

How to apply 

You can apply online.  

Image: Sharmaine Spenser is a CBF grant assessor, has been producing her show The Cut on Eastside Radio for the last five years and also works at the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia as the Operations Coordinator of the Community Radio Network.

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