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Wanna Work For EMI?

by Tim Cashmere on February 17, 2012

in News,Noise Pro

EMI Records Australia and New Zealand are looking for a national publicity manager to join their team.

If you’re a fan of the EMI roster (and let’s face it, as far as the majors go, it’s pretty good) and want to do your best to promote it, then read on.

According to the label’s own ad, you will have to “attend festivals, concerts, gigs, showcases, PAs – as and when required”. Okay, so I omitted some of the less exciting things, but you can read them for yourself.

The full job description can be found here. Applications close by C.O.B., Friday, Feb 25, 2012.

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