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  • Job Posting: BIPOC Engagement Coordinator

    Posted by Station Manager on July 16, 2021

    CJAM 99.1 FM – Student Media/University of Windsor – is hiring for the position of BIPOC ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR. This 1-year contract position is 35 hours a week. It requires a flexible individual who is occasionally available for evening, and weekend duties when required.

    CJAM is a nonprofit volunteer-driven campus-based community radio station providing an alternative to the music and spoken-word programming featured in the mainstream media – serving listener communities that are often under represented or maligned.

    About the BIPOC Engagement Coordinator position:
    The BIPOC Engagement Coordinator will look to outreach and make connections with the University of Windsor campus, including student groups, faculty, and departments. They will engage the community, and make important connections with off campus groups while creating a culture of inclusivity and belonging for BIPOC within CJAM FM. They will work with the Station Manager and Board of Directors to assist in updating the language and reflect societal changes in CJAMs policies and procedures. The BIPOC Engagement Coordinator will create an external contact list for continued and future contact to inform people of volunteer opportunities, job openings, and internships. The Coordinator will host training sessions for our current volunteers on our revised policies and procedures.

    While radio, and audio mediums in general, continue to be a predominately white, male-centric line of work, CJAM is aiming to center BIPOC voices, while hiring someone from within this community to do the work, and actively create lasting changes within the organization through policy creation and reform. We think it is important to not just -say- we are diversifying, but actually change our wording, image, and actions to reflect the diversity we want to see. We want to engage BIPOC communities and bring their voices to a larger audience by giving them the tools, resources, experience, and space. CJAM Staff and Board of Directors believe it is time to change the dynamic and view of CJAM FM, starting from the inside. We have yet to make a full statement about the systemic racism on the University of Windsor campus, and within our own framework. We felt there was not enough change happening within the organization to do so. This project aims to take the first steps in addressing these deep-rooted issues.

    CJAM FM’s mission is to provide a voice to the under-represented, and through this project we will be able to lay the groundwork within our organization for BIPOC to be more fully represented and garner more opportunities to work in the audio world.

    – Outreaching, promoting, and building partnerships with BIPOC students/groups on campus and within the larger community to foster continuity, quality, and relevance in programming and potential volunteers.

    – Serving as a resource for volunteers regarding broadcasting and programming.

    – Working with CJAMs Station Manager and Board of Directors to review current practices & policies, and revising our by-laws and policies, working toward our own Anti-Black Racism and Harassment policies outside of the University of Windsor.

    – Working together with the Program Director, Station Manager, and other staff to create and maintain University & public outreach activities/events

    – Ongoing participation in CJAM’s fall fundraising drive, Annual General Meeting & Volunteer General Meeting, board meetings (when necessary) and general staff meetings

    – Creating & updating an external contact list; communicating with list members regularly

    – Creating relevant public service announcements

    – Regularly updating CJAM’s website with relevant news & information

    – Utilizing CJAMs social media platforms to promote info sessions, or other relevant news/events

    – Writing and editing for press releases, web and online promotion, and other writing as necessary

    – Maintaining dedicated office hours/available work-from-home hours (as per COVID restrictions)

    – Excellent interpersonal, communication & listening skills
    – Experience & knowledge relating to non-commercial music, news & views
    – Experience in policy writing / revision
    – Strong sense of local context, including an investment in creating & maintaining community relationships
    – Be able to effectively work with a diverse group of staff, volunteers, and community members, along with a history of engagement with Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour communities
    – Experience with, or active interest in, anti-oppression frameworks
    – Conflict resolution skills
    – Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
    – Management or Volunteer coordination experience an asset
    – Experience in new media and journalism an asset 
    – Computer and basic radio/audio production skills an asset but not required

    TERMS: 35 hours per week // 1-year grant contract
    (flexible in-office & work from home hours)
    SALARY: $19/hour
    JOB START DATE: September 1, 2021
    Please submit your resume and cover letter to the CJAM Hiring Committee by email at cjampres @gmail.com.

    Application closing date: FRIDAY AUGUST 6th 2021

    CJAM recognizes the over-representation of white/non-radicalized voices within our staff and prioritizes the contributions, perspectives, and lived experiences that individuals from Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour communities bring to our organizations’ work and mission. CJAM welcomes & encourages applicants to self-identify in their cover letter.

    If you require an accommodation or accessibility needs for the recruitment/interview process (including alternate formats of materials, or accessible meeting rooms or other accommodation), please let us know and we will work with you to meet your needs.

    COVID information: Currently, there is no expectation to be facilitating in-person training or offering in-person events. This is subject to change as we organizationally adapt to COVID-19 safety measures according to Provincial and University of Windsor guidelines. The BIPOC Engagement Coordinator will be required to work partially in office and will be given their own office with a closable door.

  • CJAM TOP 30 & SPECIALTY CHARTS // July 12 – 18, 2021

    Posted by Mattu on

    Locals (and ex-locals) almost sweep the top 5 this week with Jesse Fellows upcoming EP, The Four Oranges, taking the top spot!

    * indicates Canadian artist. ^ indicates local Windsor/Detroit artist

    1    JESSE FELLOWS*^     The Four Oranges (Self-Released)

    2    SOUL BROTHER MIKE*^     Headspace (Soul City Music Co-op)

    3    BASTERDS*     A Place to Call Hell (Hell For Breakfast)

    4    PAUL JACOBS*^     Pink Dogs On The Green Grass (Blow The Fuse)

    5    THE ARMED^     Ultrapop (Sargent House)

    6    PARIS PICK*     Hope For the Best (Self-Released)

    7    GIRLFRIENDS AND BOYFRIENDS*     Fallacy of Fairness (Self-Released)

    8    JANETTE KING*     What We Lost (Hot Tramp)

    9    CENTURY EGG*     Little Piece of Hair (Forward Music Group)

    10   DIZZY*     Separate Places (Royal Mountain)

    11   ALEX LITTLE AND THE SUSPICIOUS MINDS*     Waiting to Get Paid (Light Organ)

    12   WANDERER     Liberation from a Brutalist Existence (Entelodon)

    13   THE RAGING NATHANS     Waste My Heart (Rad Girlfriend)

    14   WE WERE SHARKS     New Low (Revival)

    15   JOHN CARROLL KIRBY     Septet (Stones Throw)

    16   PART CHIMP     Drool! (Learning Curve)

    17   BLACK MIDI     Cavalcade (Rough Trade)

    18   SILKKEN*     Anchors (Self-Released)

    19   EVA TOLKIN*     City & Sky (Self-Released)

    20   KANDLE*     Set the Fire (Self-Released)

    21   MÜTHERLOAD*     Ü (Self-Released)

    22   IAN JANES*     Episode 5 (Self-Released)

    23   BETABOYS*     So Shy EP (Self-Released)

    24   KITTEN SPITT*     Covered In Spitt, Vol. 01 (Self-Released)

    25   HALELUYA HAILU*     Greetings And Salutations (Self-Released)

    26   REC CENTRE     Pep Talk (Self-Released)

    27   MATT ELLIS*     Full Moon Fever (Self-Released)

    28   THE NAYSAYERS*     The Naysayers (Self-Released)

    29   SHANE WATT BANND*     Travelers in Distress (Totally Real Probably Not Fake)

    30   MAYFLY*     ESSENCE (Duprince)


    click more for genre charts…



    Posted by Station Manager on July 14, 2021

    We are excited to announce that next week CJAM will be hosting a Digital DJ Fest over on our instagram @cjamfm Each day a different DJ will be taking over our page to bring you their own unique vibe. Lots of music sharing, Q&A’s, backstories, interviews, and behind-the-scenes goodies are on the horizon so stay tuned from Monday July 19th – Sunday July 25th 2021!

    July 19th | Rosina / The Canadian Jam
    July 20th | Raquel / I Made You A Mixtape
    July 21st | Angie / Stuff2Listen2
    July 22nd| Renee / Wavelengths
    July 23rd |Weajue & Weadee / Absent Sounds
    July 24th | Malik & Mikhail / VIVID Sound
    July 25th | Micaela & Melissa / No Thank You

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