Work Study Positions 2020-21

Are you a Work-Study eligible student at Queen's University?  Looking for a fun part-time job with a flexible schedule?  We've got some great opportunities for you!

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CFRC 101.9 FM has posted FOUR new work-study positions for the 2020-21 academic year on the Career Services portal.  You must be work-study eligible in order to apply.  Applicants must send evidence of work-study eligibility with their applications.  Determine your eligibility here. 

This year, we're hiring:

  • Music Collection Assistant
  • Campus News Liaison
  • Marketing and Advertising Assistant
  • Podcast Lead

Job descriptions below, full details are available on the Career Services Portal!

Music Collection Assistant

CFRC's Music Collection Assistant, under the supervision of the Music Coordinator has the following responsibilities:
-maintaining physical vinyl and CD collection on shelves
-sorting and returning items to the shelves
-cataloguing uncatalogued items
-reviewing CRTC regulations ensuring compliance
-identifying missing and/or damaged artifacts to the Music Coordinator
-continuing development of our new local music section
-previewing digital content for explicit language
-adding new physical music to the collection
-dusting, label-making
-broadcast audit assistants and log reviews as required

Campus News Liaison

The Campus News Liaison works with CFRC's Community News Coordinator to coordinate coverage of campus news on CFRC 101.9 FM's airwaves. The Campus News Liaison will be reponsibile for:
-monitoring news feeds for breaking campus news and interview opportunities
-recording talks, guest lectures, conference proceedings
-monitoring campus-based newsletters
-developing weekly on air campus events calendar
-providing campus news briefs to Community News Coordinator 
-Outreach with University and student groups about their upcoming events & initiatives
-seeking and acting upon interview opportunities
-undertake recording and live on location broadcasting
-editing content for podcast suite
-mentoring new volunteers
-doing outreach to students to recruit new campus news team volunteers
-writing social media copy and submitting to Station Manager related to breaking campus news and upcoming news segments/stories
-writing web-copy to publish news stories on CFRC's website

Marketing and Advertising Assistant

The Marketing and Advertising Assistant is responsible for the following tasks:
- voicing and production of commercial advertisements, station promotions and public service announcements
- coaching and training assistance for new station volunteers 
- attendance to virtual events with local business representatives for networking and relationship building
- design graphics for new print and web-based advertising and sponsorship packages
- design social media campaigns for target audiences
-secure local sponsorships for annual CFRC funding drive
-write, conduct and evaluate campus and community listenership surveys

Podcast Lead

The Podcast Lead is responsible for the following tasks:-maintaining CFRC's podcast website and RSS Feeds
-coordinating and scheduling podcast episode deployments
-feeding podcasts to designated portals
-maintaining regular communications with and coordination of local and remote podcasters/content
-weekly reportage to Station Manager on podcasts uploaded to website
-scheduling podcaster studio time and reporting scheduling to Station Manager
-learning basic sound software usage to assist and train podcasters to produce high quality podcasts
-relay weekly lists of upcoming episodes to CFRC staff for social media deployment
-participate in training of new podcasters' usage of our equipment/software
-assist podcast clients with recording and editing
-become fluent in relevant policies and guidelines regarding podcast content
-oversee editing and quality assurance of podcasts
-ensure podcasts have mandatory podcast signature
-write social media copy to promote new series and episodes
-developing a podcast series of local or campus interest

All positions are paid at the work-study rate of 14.60/hour.

Please email screenshot verification of your work study entitlement, your CV, and Cover Letter IN A SINGLE DOCUMENT detailing what skills you bring to the position you are applying for to Dinah Jansen, Station Manager, station@cfrc.ca.  Only those candidates considered for interview will be contacted.  Applicants MUST confirm work-study eligibility to be interviewed.   Late submissions will not be considered. 

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