Current Available Roles

Brum Radio is growing: we are putting out more programming, more podcasts, and more mixes than ever before. To help us organise all this, we need more people behind the scenes as well. People who ‘get’ what Brum Radio stands for as an independent radio station and of course, people who love radio. If you think your skills and enthusiasm can help us build and grow the station, then please get in touch.

Please note WE DO NOT OFFER work experience/or work placements. We cannot offer volunteer roles to anyone under the age of 18.

We will be hosting a Brum Radio Open House monthly 2024 Next Date: TBC from 5pm to 7pm. Email your CV/Resume over with a cover letter and pop down for a chat.

Please note ALL roles are on a volunteer basis. At the moment we are especially looking for:


Show Producers (Afternoon or evening – Weekly)

Volunteer Role:

For several of our shows, we are looking for talented, enthusiastic producers. In this role, you will be responsible for one or several shows. You help set up the running order, organise guests, look after social media, upload the show to our listen again facility, and generally make sure the show runs like clockwork. 

Do you have good interpersonal skills and an organised and creative mind? Do you have experience with social media? Are you able to donate your free time on a weekly basis (four hours per week) so you can take good care of ‘your’ show(s)? Do you have a real affinity with radio? Then please get in touch.

To apply please email your CV and a cover note including your weekly availability (Some shows end at 10pm UK Time) with the heading SHOW PRODUCERS to

We are also recruiting for:

Head of Production

Volunteer Role:

We are looking for a talented team-lead and problem solver to be our new Head of Production. In this role you will lead the production team, making sure all shows across the station run smoothly. You are a soundboard for our producers and are closely involved with content production – ready to step in to produce a show, should the producer be unable to.

You work closely with our station manager, our head of music and our scheduler, helping to implement the station’s strategies and keeping an eye on the quality of the output.
Some of your daily tasks may include
  • Live studio production,
  • Listening to and sometimes outputting the shows you’re responsible for,
  • Pitching or developing new feature/ show ideas
  • Managing staffing and recruitment,
  • Giving staff and presenter feedback,
  • Analysing performance and figures,
  • Future planning,
  • Attending management meetings,
  • Lots of problem-solving.
Do you have strong interpersonal skills, as you’ll manage show teams and need to motivate the people you work with to do their best? Are you calm under pressure and an excellent problem solver with an eye for detail, with the ability to resolve conflict and react positively to change? And are you an excellent communicator with a real interest in radio and/ or music? Then we would love to hear from you.
Like all roles at Brum Radio, this is a volunteer role.
As it is quite a big job to take on, we would be happy to make this a shared position, with two people working closely together and each taking on a share of the work.

To apply please email your CV  with the heading PRODUCTION HEAD to

Like all roles at Brum Radio, this is a volunteer role. To apply please email us (including your CV) with the heading HEAD OF MUSIC  at

Graphic Designer

Volunteer Role:

We are looking for a graphic designer to join our team to help create marketing and social media assets to promote our Radio and Podcast content each week.
It’s a fun fast moving volunteer role between 3 and 5 hours a week and you will have a hand in controlling the appearance of the Brum Radio brand.

Strong Photoshop skills are a must.

To apply please email your CV and a cover note with the heading GRAPHICS to

Audio/Studio Technician

Volunteer Role:

Our studio equipment is constantly in need of looking after, updating and improving. Is this something you have experience with or are interested in learning about? Our ideal studio technician likes a challenge: you enjoy being a troubleshooter and you are not fazed by a sudden buzz on the line. It would also be good if you live local to our Digbeth studio.

We would like our studio technician to do regular maintenance checks on our equipment and help us get updates and improvements in place and become an essential member of the team.

This role is perfect for anyone who likes working in a broadcast environment or who is looking to gain some hands-on experience in a studio.

To apply please email your CV and a cover note with the heading TECH to

Daytime Radio Presenter

Volunteer Role:

We currently have a slot available for a daytime radio presenter. You MUST have previous radio experience and will become an important part of the schedule and the station team to help deliver our high-quality programming online.

To apply please email your CV and latest demo with the heading DAYTIME RADIO PRESENTER to (Please do not apply without sending a demo)