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Announcer & Music Director
 - Orillia ON



Announcer & Music Director

Full-time, In-office89.1 Max FM

Orillia, ON


89.1 Max FM is the Alternative North – bringing new rock and alternative to Orillia, Barrie, and Muskoka. We’re looking for the next member of our team, someone to be an on-air rockstar for us, but also craft our musical sound behind the scenes. Not only will you be entertaining thousands of fans in Central Ontario, but as one of the few Alternative stations in Canada, you’ll help set the direction for alternative rock radio across the country.


Responsibilities include:

Host a daily semi-live show on 89.1 Max FM

Engaging with listeners on phones, text line, and social media

Schedule music logs and manage the music library for Max (rock and alternative)

Management of audio library (imaging, specialty show audio, etc.)

Voicetracking and music scheduling work for other Bayshore stations

Maintain relationships with record labels and recording artists (both nationally and locally)

Promotional appearances on behalf of the station

Voicing commercial scripts and recording client audio

Qualifications:

An upbeat and natural personality, and you enjoy meeting and talking to new people

Able to speak and relate to today’s modern rock audience – males and females 25-54

Love working on a team and willing to have fun, with a burning desire to make great radio

Familiar with radio automation systems like PlayoutONE, music scheduling software like Musicmaster, and audio editing software like Adobe Audition

Must have a valid G driver’s license


Send us your demo, cover, resume, and tell us what you like on your hot dog. We have hot dogs every Wednesday, so it’s good for us to know this ahead of time. Send it all to Ian Solecki, Director of Operations, via jobs@891maxfm.ca with the subject line “89.1 Max FM Hot Dog Wednesday Preference”


Application deadline is Friday, July 12th. Your application will be kept in confidence. No phone calls, please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation is committed to our social responsibility of equal opportunity employment and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status, disability or other nonjob related criteria. We welcome applications from people with disabilities.


Accommodations may be available on request for candidates taking part in the selection process. For a confidential inquiry or questions regarding accessible employment at Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation please email Human Resources at: accessibility@bayshorebroadcasting.ca

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