CJLO is hiring a Women's Collective Coordinator

CJLO 1690AM is hiring a Women's Collective Coordinator!

Where: Montreal, QC

Wage: $12.50/hr

Hours: 25 hrs/wk

Duration: Monday, May 6th, 2019 - Friday, August 30th, 2019 (16 weeks)

To Apply: Please send CV and Cover Letter to manager@cjlo.com by April 5th, 2019 (11h59).

CJLO 1690AM is looking to hire a part-time coordinator to facilitate the Women's Collective over the course of the upcoming summer. Established in 2017, the Women's Collective is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and overseen by our Program Director, Allison O'Reilly. From its inception, the collective has experienced great success, recruiting over 30 members along the way. To build on the collective's success, CJLO is looking to hire a part-time coordinator whose mandate would include facilitating and managing the collective.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:

• Maintaining regular contact with members of the Women’s Collective through email, newsletters, and meetings

• Scheduling and facilitating training for new collective members

• Assisting the program director in training new radio programmers with equipment and on-air skills

• Assisting the production director in training new engineers in audio production

• Planning and executing relevant workshops for collective members

• Assisting collective members with the planning and execution of Femme AM, the bi-weekly talk show by providing feedback, editing scripts, helping with booking of guests, etc.

• Assisting collective members with the planning and execution of Yonic Youth, the bi-weekly music show by providing feedback, assisting with playlist development, booking bands for live sessions, interviews with local musicians and community members, etc.

• Development of a feminist music showcase (booking artists, venue, sound technician, etc.) and promoting the show through social media marketing, posters, notifying local media outlets, etc.

• Development of a music compilation devoted to local women artists (reaching out to artists for participation, scheduling sessions with engineers and the bands, artwork and distribution for compilation, etc.)

• Development of a Women’s Collective Zine (call out for submissions, assisting collective members with zine production through editing and feedback, reaching out to local artists)

About CJLO 1690AM: Formed in 1998 as a merger between CRSG and CFLI, two former stations, CJLO is Concordia University's one and only radio station. 100% non-profit, and run almost entirely by volunteers, the station is located in the heart of the Loyola campus in the NDG borough of Montreal. Whether you are interested in Rock, Alt, Hip-Hop, RPM, Punk, Metal, Jazz, Blues, World, Country or Talk and Sports, CJLO has something for you, and is always looking for more on air talent.

About the Women's+ Collective: The goal of the Women’s radio collective at CJLO is to develop the involvement of self- identifying women and other gender minorities in community radio, as programmers, hosts, producers, artists, and listeners. The collective strives to shed light on women’s issues, especially those of women of colour, Indigenous women, disabled women, and queer women. The collective aims to provide support through training, opportunities and information, within the CJLO, Concordia, and Montreal community.

Our Ideal Candidate:

• Self-identifies as female or any other gender-minority group

• Has a basic understanding and enthusiasm of the campus-community radio and/or not for profit sector

• Is computer literate and is comfortable working with computers and accessing the Internet

• Has been previously involved in or is interested in community based initiatives in the arts and culture field

• Has advanced understanding of English and French

• Is in the process of or has completed a degree in Communication Studies, Journalism, Women Studies or any other related fields.

CJLO prioritizes the unique contributions that individuals from traditionally under-represented and oppressed communities bring to our organization, and invites these individuals to apply. We encourage ALL applicants to make mention of the diverse experience that they may have had that would make them qualified for this position. Please indicate clearly in your cover letter that you would like to be considered for Employment Equity. You are encouraged, but not required, to self-identify if you are part of marginalized and oppressed communities that include but are not limited to:Indigenous peoples, women, visible and/or racialized minorities, persons with disabilities, immigrant, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and 2-spirited persons.

For More Information About CJLO : www.cjlo.com

For More Information About the Women's Collective: https://soundcloud.com/cjlo1690am/sets/cjlo-womens-collective