Job posting: Stoke FM Radio Society Executive Director
Position title: Stoke FM Radio Society Executive Director
Location: Hybrid (some onsite work/some remote work)
Hours: 15 hours/week permanent part-time
Pay: $20 per hour
Start date: As soon as possible
Stoke FM Radio Society is currently seeking an Executive Director to oversee the overall administration, programming, communication, and outreach aspects of the society. This position is comparable to a radio station operations manager. This position reports to a volunteer board of directors and requires monthly board meeting attendance to report on the operations of the station.
This role is for someone who is self motivated, organized and interested in being involved in the community of Revelstoke and the community radio sector. This role is challenging but does not come without reward. The candidate must be resourceful and effective at working on their own with minimal supervision.
Operation and Administration of the Society
- Overseeing day-to-day operation of the radio station. This includes scheduling programming for specific times of day and ensuring appropriate content according to the Board of Directors direction. Coordinate, recruit, and train volunteers with a focus on quality content. Report to and advise Board of Directors on personnel issues.
- Work with, report to and receive direction from the Board
of Directors including: comply with the bylaws and constitution of the society (including coordination of bimonthly meetings, AGM, annual financial audit and filing with BC Registry)
- Follow the purpose and core values of the organization
including CRTC rules and regulations pertaining to community radio
- Establish and implement the Strategic Plan (vision, goals, areas of focus, and projects)
- Establish and implement, policies, procedures, and guidelines; keep the organization on budget and oversee all revenue and expenses.
- Grant writing (CBT, CKCA, CRFC, Heritage Canada, City of Revelstoke, RCU, Creative BC)
- Ensure journalist and advertising director have all tools and resources necessary in order to do their jobs efficiently and effectively.
- CRTC annual returns (due in the fall)
- Interface with the community for new collaborative opportunities
- Training new show hosts how to use studio equipment
- Maintain studio signal flow/tech updates (firmware updates)
- SOCAN reports
- Payments to SOCAN, Re:Sound and CMRRA (performance rights organizations)
- Station maintenance and upkeep
- Creating and implementing new business ideas and strategies
Preferred education, skills and abilities:
- Excellent communication skills including public speaking experience.
- Previous experience and/or education related to radio/media
- Previous experience writing grant proposals
- Ability to manage multiple projects at once
- Ability to manage radio station staff and volunteers
- Previous experience with volunteer recruitment and event planning
- Basic computer skills required
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Only selected candidates will be contacted.