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Opportunity to join the Plains FM Board

Wednesday, May 10, 2017   Posted in: Vacancies By: Administrator With tags: vacancies, volunteers, Communication

Plains FM 96.9 logo.The Canterbury Communications Trust (CCT) is seeking two new volunteer Board Members with the skills and capacity to contribute to the development of the organisation.

The Canterbury Communications Trust is looking for enthusiastic people:

  • with an interest in diversity, freedom of expression and the not-for-profit sector; and
  • keen to get involved in a vibrant community media organization dedicated to giving the Canterbury community a voice and building societal and cultural engagement through community access radio.

Skilled professionals with a commitment to good governance and strong links into community networks may have the following skills to guide the future direction but not limited to:

  • community-based fundraising;
  • media including social and new media; and
  • legal expertise.

Board members are expected to commit to four meetings per year and occasional sub-committee work to help the organisation in developing its goals.

You will get to meet extraordinary people from the local community by joining the Board, and be part of a local organisation with a rich history, and an exciting future.

Register your interest before Monday 15th June 2017 to:

  • CCT Chair James Ayers (029 982 8332) or
  • Station Manager Nicki Reece (03 365 7997 or nicki[at]

About the Canterbury Communications Trust and Plains FM

The Canterbury Communications Trust (CCT) is a charitable entity that governs Plains FM 96.9 – a leading community access radio station. Since 1988 PlainsFM has provided the training and facilities for individuals, groups, organisations and agencies to make and broadcast radio programmes and online content in Canterbury.

Plains FM is one of eleven similar radio stations around New Zealand that seek to fulfil section 36c of the Broadcasting Act by ensuring:

“that a range of broadcasts is available to provide for the interests of women, youth, children, persons with disabilities, and minorities in the community including ethnic minorities; and [encouraging] a range of broadcasts that reflects the diverse religious and ethical beliefs of New Zealanders."

Get more information on the Canterbury Communications Trust and Plains FM.

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