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Globally-ambitious digital music subscription player Spotify is continuing to ramp up its head count for its impending launch in Australia.

Spotify began advertising extensively for local staff at the beginning of November but has yet to announce a launch date for its Sydney presence. The latest recruitment drive is for the coveted role of PR Manager covering Australia and New Zealand.

The role will include leading media relations for Spotify across Australia and New Zealand it will also include crisis management and liaison with key industry stakeholders such as record labels, collection houses, industry bodies and "influencers".

“Spotify is a refreshing place to work. We embrace big thinkers and big doers. We seek candidates who will help us continue to grow and scale across the world. You’re confident without ever being arrogant and you work hard, but know how to have fun,” the job description states.

The company is also hiring staff for offices across APAC which include Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney.

The Sydney based positions include Label Relations Manager, Human Resources manager, Finance and Business Development director. The local office is anticipated to open for business over the Australian Summer. ®

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