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Join the Real Patrol
Real Radio is looking for new recruits for their hardworking, outgoing, events team. If you're a fun, lively and bubbly individual who is looking for a flexible and varied role at one of the North East’s biggest radio stations, then this could be the opportunity for you...
What is the Real Patrol?
The Real Radio Patrol is an outgoing team of bright, lively and fun individuals whose main task is to take the Real Radio brand to the streets of the North East. The team represents everything about Real Radio – as a Patrol member you are the eyes, ears, mouths and bodies of Real Radio! Patrol are an important tool for Real Radio – by getting out and about in the North East, the Patrol gives people a personal interaction with their favourite radio station.
What kind of people are members of the Real Patrol?
Real Radio Patrol members have Real Radio running through their veins! Patrol should love the music on Real Radio as much as the listeners. Real Radio Patrol are lively, confident, extrovert individuals – the life and soul of the party. Real Radio Patrol need to be adaptable to any given situation, be able to think on their feet and should be good communicators, able to strike up a conversation with people of all walks of life. All Patrol members are required to be holders of a full clean driving licence.
What kind of things do the Real Patrol do?
Real Radio is involved in all kinds of events and activities that require the Real Radio Patrol. Patrol activities range from assisting presenters at races, road shows and Christmas Light Switch On events, to taking pictures of listeners enjoying one of our Intimate & Exclusive gigs and leading station promotions. You may even hit the road in the Real Radio Jeeps, leading a convoy throughout the North East. No two days are the same in the Real Radio Patrol, and whilst some events are more exciting and glamorous than others, all Patrol members are expected to burst with enthusiasm at each and every event.
How often does the Real Patrol work?
There are no set hours of work – some events have an early start, some involve late nights and many take place over the weekend. There are some busier periods, such as summer and the weeks leading up to Christmas. We aim to get the Patrol out and about as much as possible over the next 12 months. The more flexible you can be with your availability, the more hours that will be available for you.
If you fancy it, please tell us a little bit about yourself using the form below. You must hold a full, clean driving license to be considered for the Real Patrol.