FVMA Coordinator Hiring Extended to August 4th

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As reported by the Abbotsford News, CIVL has received a grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) to produce a music awards show that will recognize dozens of Fraser Valley artists from across genres in August 2016.
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These funds were made available under the CRFC’s Radiometres program, a program that aims to improve local programming, volunteer training and community members’ participation. It’s not the first time we’ve received funding from the CRFC; a total of $115,177 has been awarded to CIVL over the past five years. All of this money has been dedicated towards personnel being funded to work on coordinating volunteers and station resources in order to best develop CIVL’s overall operations and sustainability through programming, promotion, and academic research and engagement. Nearly $10,000 of this grant will be dedicated to the operation and promotion of the FVMA event itself, over and above the hiring of a full time employee to tackle this exciting initiative for the next year.

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The FVMA Coordinator will be directly responsible, under supervision of the station manager, for all aspects of the research, preparation, planning, promotion, coordination, execution, and completion of the Fraser Valley Music Awards, and associated local music compilation.
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FVMA Coordinator Responsibilities:
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Coordinating and working with volunteers and committees (Compilation, Nomination/Adjudication, Events, and Promotions), soliciting feedback and providing opportunities for current and new volunteer feedback and engagement.

Further developing and adhering to timelines and work plans as approved in the grant application
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Soliciting sponsorship and partnerships from external organizations and people who support the Fraser Valley Music Community
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Promote attendance, nominations and any required voting for the FVMA’s

Promote pre-sales/support, nominations, and any required voting for CIVL’s Compilation album
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Coordinate adjudication tenets, participants, rewards and process

Ensure that all necessary licenses and regulations are adhered to regarding the awards production and compilation release

Direct operations on site at Fraser Valley Music Awards in August 2016.

FVMA Coordinator Qualifications:
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Experience working in Non-Profit Organizations
Experience working with volunteers
Experience working as part of a committee
Experience with promotion and/or musical events
Ability to complete long term project goals
Ability to be flexible under stress
Ability to multi-task
Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team structure
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CIVL encourages applications from under-represented communities, including women, first nations peoples, people of colour, lesbian/gay/queer/transgender, people with physical and mental disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, and people whose age, education, or economic status may be a barrier to employment. CIVL does not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, or class.
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Only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

Salary: $35,000 Gross with opportunity for commission to be made on sponsorship/sales over a certain threshold.

Terms: Contract runs from August 17th 2015 to August 12 2016

How to Apply: Email JobOpportunity@civl.ca with ‘FVMA Application’ in the subject line
Closing Date: Tue, 2015-08-04 **Extended from 08-01**

Fraser Valley & C/C Radio Webster Recognitions!

When Jack Webster retired from professional journalism in 1986, it left a void that could only have been filled by the developing and encouraging  generations of up and coming, successful news seekers and reporters to live up to the Gold standard many believe Webster had set in his career new balance 1004.

Last night, two community journalists with close proximity to CIVL Radio were recognized for their work, focusing on local, relevant, grass roots reporting.

Tyler Olsen from the Chilliwack Times was the sole Fraser Valley reporter recognized at last night’s awards, for his piece “A Growing Concern” chronicling the pervasive practice of running marijuana grow-ops in residential Chilliwack neighbourhoods.

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Also recognized was Jon Steinman, from CJLY Kootenay Co-op Radio in Nelson, whose “Deconstructing Dinner” is archived Saturdays at 5 pm on CIVL Radio. Steinman was named as a finalist for the same Community Reporting award, for the September, 2010 Deconstructing Dinner episode “Local Food Fraud? An Investigation“, which has aired multiple times on CIVL 101.7 FM and can be heard and downloaded here.
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CIVL Radio is proud to share communities with these leading reporters, and excited to dedicate content based on the same grass roots principles in our daily news programming, provided for by the Community Radio Fund of Canada, which you can podcast by copying this link and pasting it into your iTunes settings, or by checking back daily for updates here and on the CIVL Radio Facebook page or Twitter!