Job Posting: Administrative Coordinator

Administrative Coordinator

Posted | May 8, 2014
Closes | May 20, 2014, 5 PM EDT
Location | Toronto
Reports to | Executive Director
Term | Permanent (three-month probation)
Anticipated start | June 25, 2014
Hours | Full-time

Organization Description

Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) is a member-based organization of women and men working in screen-based media that supports the development and advancement of women in the industry.

Job Description

The Administrative Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and will work closely in a fast-paced environment with the Executive Director, Program Manager, Board of Directors, and bookkeeper to provide organization-wide administrative, operating and programming support.

The Administrative Coordinator will be responsible for handling administration and logistics related to: Programming and Special Events; Financial administration; Board of Directors administration; Office administration; and HR administration support. The Administrative Coordinator is expected to attend most programs and events and this involves mornings, evenings and occasional weekends.

Key Responsibilities

Programming & Special Events Administration

  • Responsible for carrying out all programming administration (includes: booking venues, catering, tech needs, handling registration, producing, collating and distributing program materials, surveys and signage)
  • Scheduling and coordination of selection juries for WIFT-T programming, mentorships and scholarships
  • Responsible for Crystal Award Gala event administration (includes: booking venue, catering, handling registration and dietary requirements, liaison with venue event management staff)
  • Attends WIFT-T programs and events, provides onsite support, supervises program volunteers, troubleshoots venue and technical personnel on-site

Financial Administration

  • Process account payables on a bi-weekly basis (includes: bookkeeping preparation, coordinating signing of cheques, filing and mailing duties)
  • Generate account receivable invoices (using Quickbooks)
  • Carry out all banking transactions
  • Manage petty cash
  • Assist with annual audit process

Board of Directors Administration

  • Schedule and coordinate logistics for WIFT-T and Foundation for WIFT-T quarterly Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting (includes booking venues, catering, tech needs, handling rsvp’s, etc.)
  • Distribute Board meeting and AGM documents
  • Attend and take minutes at Board Meetings and Annual General Meeting
  • Maintain all Board-related documents and liaise with governance lawyer

Office Administration

  • Maintaining and ordering office supplies; sourcing, leasing, purchasing and maintaining office equipment and computers; liaising with IT providers and other office suppliers
  • Responsible for opening and distributing mail and postage machine refills
  • Maintaining database records
  • Creates and updates administrative documents on the server (contact lists, process documents)

HR Administration

  • Collating job applications, correspondence with applicants, scheduling employment interviews
  • Conducting office admin orientations with new employees

Qualifications

  • Minimum of one years’ paid work experience in office administration, program or event coordination
  • Post-secondary degree in arts administration, event management, film studies or related field
  • Excellent time-management, multi-tasking and organizational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel, on a PC platform
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings, early mornings and weekends

Assets

  • Knowledge of and experience in the Canadian screen-based industry
  • Experience working in a non-profit organization
  • Experience with Eventbrite and Quickbooks

Application Details

Qualified candidates should email with “Administrative Coordinator” in the subject line their cover letter (attention Heather Webb), CV, and three references (including email and phone contact details) as a single document attachment to:  jobs@wift.com

No phone calls please. Only candidates selected for an interview will be notified.

WIFT-T is an equal opportunity employer.

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Job Posting: Program Manager

Program Manager

Job Posted | June 24, 2013
Application Deadline | Friday, July 12, 2013
Reports to | Executive Director
Term | Permanent (three-month probation)
Hours | Full-time
Anticipated Start | August 2013

Organization Description

Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) is a member-based organization of women and men working in screen-based media that supports the development and advancement of women in the industry.

Job Description

The Program Manager reports to the Executive Director and will work in a fast-paced environment with the Executive Director, Program Committee, fellow staff, partnering organizations and stakeholders to develop, promote and deliver relevant and engaging professional development programs and networking events. The Program Manager will be responsible for ensuring that programming reflects WIFT-T’s mandate and strategic priorities and addresses key industry needs and developments.

The Program Manager is responsible for the implementation and successful delivery of programs and handles all programming-related scheduling, processes and logistics including, but not limited to: developing critical paths, schedules and budgets; coordinating selection juries; securing instructors/presenters; negotiating contracts; writing and approving instruction content and abstracts; managing venue and technical logistics; and assisting with marketing, etc. The Program Manager is expected to attend all programs and this involves mornings, evenings and occasional weekends.

Key Responsibilities

Program Management

  • Research and develop program criteria, content, processes and evaluation for a full slate of annual professional development programming, training, and networking events
  • Responsible for all aspects related to the implementation and successful delivery of programming
  • Maintains a roster of senior industry experts to develop, advise and facilitate programming content
  • Works with the Development Manager and Executive Director to identify potential program partners and sources of funding (grants and sponsorship). This includes providing programming information input on grant applications and partnership negotiations, identifying suitable alignments for program funding, and maintaining relationships with these sources
  • Coordinates selection juries for WIFT-T programming, mentorships and scholarships
  • Attends WIFT-T programs and events, provides onsite leadership, supervises program staff/volunteers, troubleshoots venue and technical personnel on-site
  • Produces final reports for all programs and events. This includes writing executive summaries, analyzing evaluation results, developing final expense reports, and providing program recommendations

Financial Management

  • Produces program budgets in collaboration with the Executive Director
  • Manages programming budgets to ensure cost-recovery. Includes expense research, negotiating in-kind or discounted services, and approving all programming expenses
  • Generates cost reports for all programs and events, for delivery to funders and sponsors

Research and Knowledge Management

  • Maintains knowledge base within industry, tracks key trends and issues, and serves as subject matter expert for full scope of industry issues
  • Attends conferences, festivals and industry events to keep abreast of industry developments

Marketing, Promotion and Outreach

  • Develops and maintains relationships with programming partners and promotional partners
  • Manages programming-related communication strategy and critical path with the Communications Officer
  • Works with the Communications Officer in the production and distribution of programming materials including advertising, public relations and website copy

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in developing and implementing programming
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of and experience in the Canadian screen-based industry; familiar with industry language and terminology
  • Experience in event management as well as production and technical logistics
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience writing project grants and funding reports
  • Demonstrated experience developing and managing budgets
  • Superior interpersonal skills and diplomacy
  • Excellent time-management, multi-tasking and organizational skills
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings, early mornings and weekends
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel
  • Experience working in a non-profit organization is an asset

 

Application Details

Qualified candidates should email with “Program Manager” in the subject line their cover letter (attention Heather Webb), CV, and three references (including email and phone contact details) as a single document attachment to:  jobs@wift.com

 

No phone calls please. Only candidates selected for an interview will be notified.

WIFT-T is an equal opportunity employer.


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Production Supervisor | CTV Creative Agency

Application Deadline | May 3, 2011
Term | 14 month contract
Reference Number | T-026
Location | Agincourt – Scarborough
Hours of Work | 40 hours per week, overtime as required   
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Responsibilities

The Production Supervisor in the On-Air Promotion & Advertising department is responsible for overseeing the production requirements of the group and reports directly to the Production Manager.

  • Liaising with departmental Creative Directors and the Advertising Manager, the Production Supervisor co-ordinates facilities and materials required by the on-air promotion production group.
  • Oversees the day-to-day maintenance of on-air production through the creation of on-air production schedules, ensuring the timely delivery of on-air product
  • Prepare & oversee edit schedule based on promo priorities
  • Track footage and material delivery required for CTV Entertainment production.
  • Track episodic and program changes
  • Track sponsor information requested for promo tags
  • Prepare promo production calendars for special promotion events
  • Oversee and maintain operating procedures for the department
  • Attend and lead weekly production meetings within the department
  • Works with the Production Group and acts as back-up for the Production Manager & Production Administrator when required

Qualifications

  • 3-5 years experience in TV production environment
  • Able to balance the requests of many clients in an efficient and professional manner
  • Experience working in an on-air promotion department an asset
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced and changing environment
  • Highly organized & efficient
  • Ability to make sound judgments in a timely fashion
  • Strong communicator
  • Multi-tasking skills are essential
  • Computer skills including word, excel and filemaker pro

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE # T-026
Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Sales Administrative Assistant | CTV Specialty Television Enterprises

Application Deadline | May 4, 2011 
Term | One year contract
Reference | I-015
Location | Toronto
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Hours of Work | 40 hours per week, overtime as required

Responsibilities

  • Assist Sales Co-ordinators as necessary in daily functions.
  • Print, organize and distribute various forms to Sales teams on a timely basis.
  • Enter sales orders into the IBMS/Salesline systems and maintain Goldmine as required.
  • Maintain necessary records.
  • Office receptionist duties; mailing, faxing, filing, ordering supplies for the Sales teams and dealing with daily couriers.
  • Prepare presentations and correspondence for Sales Representatives.
  • Fulfil merchandise requests when required.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • 1-2 years of experience in sales and/or administration.
  • The ability to work well under the pressure of constant deadlines and last minute revisions.
  • Must be able to work independently and prioritize workflow.
  • Strong organizational skills with meticulous attention to detail.
  • Must demonstrate initiative and be highly motivated.
  • Enjoys working in a team environment; flexible and willing to help co-workers as required.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and decision making skills required.
  • Related agency experience, a strong computer background, or Broadcast College diploma/post secondary education is an asset

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE #I-015

Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Producer | Off The Record

Application Deadline | April 26, 2011
Reference Number | ST – 20
Location | Agincourt – Scarborough
Hours of Work | 40 hours per week, overtime as required   
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for setting and executing OTR Rundown on a daily basis
  • Responsible for maintaining OTR editorial and production standards
  • Responsible for guiding and developing editorial staff on a daily basis
  • Responsible for overseeing the booking of guests
  • Responsible for maintaining strong contacts in the sports and entertainment world
  • Responsible for working with Executive Producer to promote sales and marketing opportunities for OTR
  • Responsible for communicating with Operations crew and schedulers

Qualifications

  • University/College education, or equivalent work experience in broadcasting or journalism
  • Minimum 3-5 years experience in television production
  • Demonstrated editorial and journalistic skills
  • Strong sports, entertainment, and pop culture knowledge required
  • Ability to create format and implement presentation styles consistent with broadcast industry standards
  • Must work well in a team atmosphere
  • Must have excellent leadership skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE # ST – 20

Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Researcher | JV Productions Inc.

Application Deadline | April 22, 2011
Location | Toronto (Junction)
Type | Contract
Start Date | Mid-May

Responsibilities

This role involves originating, developing and presenting ideas for a new international real estate series. You will be asked to draw on your knowledge and understanding of the series’ story requirements and industry storytelling standards to produce episode outlines.

This position involves identifying relevant information and people in order to fulfill the research and writing brief for the series, its required episodes and multiple storylines. It’s about keeping contact lists up to date, and finding suitable people who can assist in the process of creating television. It involves collating and assessing information from various sources.

It’s about presenting research findings clearly to the Producers, Directors, and Production Manager.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of two years experience working as a researcher in a similar environment.
  • Ability to generate story ideas and investigate topics to be covered by the program.  (Must understand production requirements, editorial policy and audience, and how these affect the validity of ideas.)
  • Ability to source and research facts, figures and information using the internet, media, libraries, government departments and/or industry experts.
  • Ability to dig up information and find good contacts for stories.
  • Experience finding and booking appropriate TV-friendly people and locations.
  • Ability to take initiative and work well under pressure.
  • Good organizational and communication skills.
  • Fluency in languages other than English an asset.

Application Details

Interested applicants should forward a current resume to info@jvproductions.ca.


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Director | JV Productions Inc.

Application Deadline | April 22, 2011
Location | Toronto (junction)
Type | Contract 
Start Date | Mid-May

Description

Director needed for a new international real estate show.  We are looking for someone with a flair for storytelling, who is equally comfortable with verité shooting and extensive setups that translate into images that inspire.  This position involves lots of travel!

Qualifications

  • Minimum five years experience as a director of lifestyle TV programming.
  • Must be able to travel.
  • Ability to take initiative and work well under pressure.
  • Good organizational and communication skills.
  • Camera operation skills a major bonus.
  • Fluency in languages other than English an asset.

Application Details

Interested applicants should forward a current resume to info@jvproductions.ca.


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Writer, News | CP24

Application Deadline | April 21, 2011
Reference Number | KA-024
Location | Toronto  
Hours of Work | 40 hours per week, overtime as required   
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Description

Come join a dynamic news team that is Toronto’s Breaking News Channel! We’re looking for an experienced writer who thrives in a live environment! This new team member will have several years of journalistic experience, is passionate about live television, is an outstanding writer and knows the value of good story telling. Being a team player tops the list. If you are a motivated self starter, who thrives in live television, we’d love to hear from you. Join our news team at CP24 and be part of Toronto’s most watched news channel.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for originating, writing, interviewing and producing television news stories in a live environment
  • Scanning video to choose clips for air
  • Communicating with reporters
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Minimum 2-3 years experience writing for broadcast
  • A degree/diploma in Television Broadcasting or Journalism is preferred
  • A highly developed editorial sense- someone who knows what the top stories are every day
  • Capable of distilling complex issues into clear, concise copy under tremendous deadline pressures
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
  • Previous experience working in a live news environment is required
  • Knowledge of iNews would be an asset
  • Experience in dealing with breaking news coverage

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE # KA-024

Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Executive Director | Regent Park Film Festival

Application Deadline | April 15, 2011
Term | Permanent
Location | Toronto  
Hours of Work | Office hours Monday – Friday, some evenings and weekends
Salary | Comparable to similar positions in the sector. Benefits.

Description

The Regent Park Film Festival is looking for an energetic person with strong administrative skills to fill the role of Executive Director. For the right candidate, this is an excellent opportunity to take a young ambitious film festival to its next stage of growth. In its relatively short history, the Festival has established itself as a viable and sustainable organization. In 2012, the Festival will be taking up a permanent home at the Regent Park Arts and Culture Centre.

Now in its 9th year, the Festival is an annual community-based event that serves Regent Park and its neighbouring communities. The Festival spans five days in early November where people attend screenings, installations, workshops and panel discussions. Films are produced locally, nationally and internationally and reflect inner-city themes such as immigration, dislocation, cultural identity and multicultural relationships. Admission is free of charge. During the year the Regent Park Film Festival organizes and mounts a number of community and school-based screenings, seminars for young filmmakers, and educational and volunteer programs. The Festival strives to provide Regent Park youth with opportunities to express their views and vision through film, enhance a sense of community among participants and contribute to the health and well being of the Regent Park community.

Responsibilities

In collaboration with the Festival Manager, seasonal staff, volunteers and the Board of Directors, the Executive Director ensures the successful execution of the annual Festival and manages year-round programming by:

  • Developing and executing a work plan for the Festival
  • Applying for, and reporting on, grants from federal, provincial and municipal bodies
  • Planning and leading fundraising activities that support membership, sponsorship and foundation initiatives
  • Maintaining financial accountability by managing the festival budget and cash flow and reporting regularly to the Board of Directors
  • Representing the festival in the Regent Park community and the city’s cultural environment
  • Supervising staff, seasonal interns and volunteers
  • Developing, implementing and maintaining a profile for the Festival that reflects the mission, goals and values of the Festival.
  • Building relationships with community partners
  • Executing the Festival’s three-year strategic plan in collaboration with the Festival Manager and Board of Directors.
  • Enhancing the educational, outreach, and volunteers programs of the Festival
  • Working with the assistance of volunteers, develop and implement marketing, publicity and promotional initiatives for the Festival
  • Supporting the Chair of the Board of Directors by assisting with agendas and materials for Board meetings

Qualifications

  • Previous experience in the not-for-profit media arts sector, event coordination or film festivals
  • Demonstrated administrative strengths (high degree of organization, ability to multi-task, work under pressure and meet deadlines)
  • Background in community work preferably with diverse and/or immigrant groups.
  • Familiarity with working in and with non-profit boards and board development initiatives
  • Grant writing and fundraising experience
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Computer literacy (word processing, email, web, spreadsheets, accounting programs)
  • Experience in Regent Park an asset

Application Details

If you’re interested and believe that you’ve got what it takes to take the Festival forward, please email your resume and a letter of interest to careers@regentparkfilmfestival.com Attn: Hiring Committee. Refer to Executive Director Position in your subject line.


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Broadcast Associate | Business News Network

Application Deadline | April 20, 2011
Reference Number | KA-023
Term | One year contract
Location | Toronto  
Hours of Work | 40 hours per week, overtime as required   
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Description

Business News Network, Canada’s all-business news network, has an exciting opportunity for a Broadcast Associate in our downtown Toronto location, working in a fully digital television facility.

Responsibilities

  • Writing intros
  • Searching incoming news feeds for suitable content for BNN
  • Greeting and assisting guests, both on site and at remote locations
  • Assisting control room producers
  • Editing, converting and encoding video to the appropriate format for BNN.ca
  • Creating web banners and other content for BNN.ca
  • Other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned on a day-to-day basis by your supervisor

Qualifications

  • Highly organized
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Excellent spoken and written communication skills, including superb spelling and grammar
  • Knowledge of various web-based software applications
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment
  • Candidates will ideally have an economic or commerce degree but journalism or television degrees may also be considered. Candidates must have a working knowledge of current business stories and terminology along with a strong desire to further develop such knowledge

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE # KA-023

Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Senior Chase Producer | CTV News Channel

Application Deadline | April 18, 2011
Reference Number | T-023
Location | CTV – Agincourt, Scarborough 
Hours of Work | Variable  
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Responsibilities

  • Manage team of chase producers for CTV News Channel
  • Create and manage staff schedules
  • Chase guests and stories for CTV News Channel
  • Participate in story planning meetings
  • Field producing remotes
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Thrive under pressure
  • In-depth knowledge of domestic and international news and current affairs
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Proficient in Word and Excel and inews
  • Excellent communication skills
  • French language skills an asset
  • Demonstrated ability to originate coverage on developing stories including populist trends and features
  • Strength in use of video in story telling
  • Enthusiastic about breaking news coverage

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE #: T-023

Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Reporter | CTV News Channel

Application Deadline | April 18, 2011
Reference Number | T-022
Location |
CTV – Agincourt, Scarborough 
Hours of Work | 40 hours per week (shift work)  
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Responsibilities

  • Working as part of the CTV News Channel Team, this person will be responsible for originating, writing, interviewing and producing television news stories, reporting on camera and live to air.

Qualifications

  • Proven background in news reporting (minimum 3 years broadcast experience with TV newsroom an asset)
  • Proven ability as a live to air reporter with strong ad-libbing skills
  • Post-secondary diploma in journalism or equivalent experience
  • Must possess strong writing, research and presentation and News origination skills
  • A keen interest in and understanding of current events (both domestic and international) and political structures
  • Self-initiative and ability to work independently under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Ability to travel

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.bellmedia.ca or forward a current resume to:

PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE #: T-022

Human Resources                   
Bell Media
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail: careers@bellmedia.ca
fax: 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. 

 


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Assistant, Legal Affairs | Inbound Licensing, Law Department

Application Deadline | April 19, 2011
Location | Toronto

Description

The Law Department (Inbound Licensing) has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant, Legal Affairs in our Toronto office. Reporting to the Vice President and Associate General Counsel, the successful candidate will be responsible for assisting in the day-to-day administrative activities of the Inbound Licensing legal team.

Responsibilities

  • Provide administrative support (open and maintain files, order supplies, reserve meeting rooms, travel arrangements, prepare expense reports, prepare courier packages, routine correspondence and faxes).
  • Tracking of agreements, including scanning, distribution and storage.
  • Maintaining a Document Status Report, assisting with the circulation of the agreements.
  • Prepare routine correspondence, typing and revising legal documents, input into a database.
  • Maintain a filing system.
  • Track vacation for the department and file monthly reports.
  • Other administrative duties, as assigned.
  • Create and update script binders.
  • Assist, as required, with office equipment, e.g. fax machine, photocopier, computers and ordering office supplies, as needed.

Qualifications

  • Minimum 1 year experience working as an administrative assistant for a major law firm or busy office environment.
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to work under pressure due to time-restraints (on a periodic basis) and to handle multiple priorities.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Post secondary education.
  • Superior knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and database software programs.
  • A team player with a positive, friendly manner and customer service approach that enables the successful candidate to deal with challenging situations with empathy and sincerity.

Application Details

Interested applicants are invited to send a resume by April 19, 2011 to:

Rick Upton, Contract Manager
Corus Quay
25 Dockside Drive
Toronto, Ontario M5A 0B5
E-mail: rick.upton@corusent.com

*Please include Position Name in the subject line of your email.
*No phone calls please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Corus is committed to providing a fair and equitable work environment and encourages applications from qualified women, men, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities.


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Account Executive, Interactive Sales | TELETOON Canada Inc.

Application deadline | February 2, 2010
Location | Toronto
Position type | Full time
Reports to | Director, Sales Promotion

Description

Join the exciting world of promotions and work with an outstanding team of passionate, dedicated and creative individuals.  No two days are the same in a job where you’ll be working to develop and sell display advertising, content/game sponsorship, contests and product placement. Come and work in a fun environment where cartoons are serious business.

Responsibilities

  • Identify and grow web revenue including display advertising, content/game sponsorship,  contests, product placement.  
  • Proactively pursue and cultivate strategic partnerships with key web advertisers building awareness of TELETOON’s interactive offerings to agencies and clients
  • Manage key web sales accounts.
  • Work with Ad Tech, comScore Media Metrix and Omniture Site Catalyst to provide research, tracking and meaningful feedback to advertisers.
  • Work with Astral and Corus to capitalize on online media convergence opportunities.
  • Participate in the long term strategic planning of the interactive sales group at TELETOON.
  • Liaise between Interactive, Sales Promotions and Sales.
  • Work with Interactive and Sales Promotion Directors to ensure that continued web site improvements recognize the needs of advertisers.
  • Maintain interactive rates and pricing guidelines.
  • Represent TELETOON in interactive industry associations.
  • Stay abreast of new media technology, interactive media advertising standards, industry competition, web research, trends, and Quebec and US regulations/restrictions.

Qualifications

  • College or University Degree
  • Passion for interactive world
  • 2-5 years experience in interactive sales, web media planning/buying (or equivalent)
  • Established media buying relationships
  • Proven client service and relationship building skills
  • Working knowledge of interactive ad units and creative types
  • Keen understanding of interactive traffic metrics and site measurement tools
  • Excellent presentation and organization skills
  • Experience in media and broadcast environments
  • English/French bilingual an asset
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint.
  • Working knowledge of software and language used in interactive media design (HTML, XML, Macromedia Flash, FTP, Illustrator, Photoshop) a definite asset
  • Sense of humour and ability to embrace the unreal world of cartoons

Application Details

Qualified individuals should apply online at www.astral.com by February 2, 2010.

Please note that while we appreciate all expressions of interest, we can only respond to those candidates who will be interviewed.


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Director, Sales Promotions | TELETOON Canada Inc.

Application deadline | February 2, 2010
Location | Toronto
Position type | Maternity leave contract  
Reports to | Vice President, Business Operations

Description

No two days are the same in a job where you’ll be working to direct a team to develop and sell promotional campaigns for clients ranging from toys to electronics to packaged goods. Your focus will be to support revenue growth activities, and ensure activities of the sales department support the strategic brand positions and corporate priorities. Come and work in a fun environment where cartoons are serious business.

Responsibilities

  • Manage team and lead the creation, pitching and selling of third party/client promotional programs that will work to meet set revenue objectives including the identification of new clients and proactive 3rd party integrated solutions.
  • Develop and lead the implementation of strategic priorities for sales promotions and interactive sales.
  • Direct Sales Promotions and Web sales team to ensure activities support the strategic brand positions and corporate priorities.
  • Support revenue growth activities and the development of alternative revenue streams through new distribution channels and revenue generating brand extensions by leading the business development group and working closely with VP Business Operations, VP Marketing, Director of Affiliate Relations, Director of Sales, Director of Marketing and Director of Interactive.
  • Ensure effective processes, use of resources and relationships with all groups including Corus sales, TELETOON Studios and interactive and serve as a main promotion liaison for the TLETOON Sales department for both Astral and Corus.
  • Manage web initiatives (promotions, ad sales) in both the English and French markets
  • Coach and develop Sales Promotions team to ensure career development and best in class performance.

Qualifications

  • Post secondary degree or equivalent in a combination of education and experience
  • Minimum of 7 years experience in television and/or internet media planning, buying, marketing, sponsorship and promotion with a minimum of 5 years experience in sales promotions, marketing and/or media planning, ideally on a youth brand(s)
  • Demonstrated advanced negotiating skills.
  • Must have good industry contacts and established relationships with relevant marketing partners, potential sponsors and media planners.
  • Strong communication and selling skills – ability to communicate easily and diplomatically with a wide variety of individuals
  • Experience in managing budgets
  • Demonstrated presentation skills to clients and desire to work with them to develop integrated marketing programs and solutions.
  • Ability to create and deliver presentations; design promotions; and identify sales opportunities
  • Keen understanding of interactive traffic metrics along with relevant experience with site measurement tools
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills in English. Bilingualism in French and English is an asset.
  • Experience in the children’s and family market an asset.
  • Familiarity with MS-Outlook, MS-Excel, MS-Word and MS-PowerPoint.

Application Details

Qualified individuals should apply online at www.astral.com by February 2, 2010.

Please note that while we appreciate all expressions of interest, we can only respond to those candidates who will be interviewed.


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Mosaic Programming Screener | S-V0X, VisionTV

Application deadline | January 29, 2010
Location | Toronto
Job type | Full time

Description

S-VOX is a multimedia enterprise dedicated to presenting high quality television and new media content for individuals seeking spiritual and personal growth. It is comprised of VisionTV; ONE, the Body, Mind and Spirit channel; and the Joy tv 10 and Joytv 11 stations.

Responsibilities

  • Screens South Asian Mosaic programs and other programs to check for content that violates S-VOX’s code of Ethics, Standards and Practices.
  • Completes Mosaic Advertising and Solicitation Forms for tracking time code reference for commercial contents for each program screened.
  • Immediately advises Mosaic Programming Supervisor of any Code violations or questionable material. May advise on courses of action and possible impact of questionable material.
  • Organizes and schedules own workload to ensure programs are screened as rapidly and accurately as possible.
  • Is responsible for traffic log reconciliation.
  • Transcribes program segments as requested.
  • Screens and reviews questionable content translating any foreign language content as needed.
  • Assists in training new screeners, ensuring that they are properly enforcing the requirements of the technical and contextual codes.

Requirements

  • Sound judgement
  • Strong computer and data entry skills
  • Proven familiarity with world religions and faith broadcasting in Canada.
  • Language skills in South Asian languages – Punjabi, Urdu and Hindi
  • Attention to detail, accuracy, organization and time management skills

Application Details

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume to hr@s-vox.com or fax to 416-368-9774 (clearly identifying Mosaic Programming Screener position in the subject line) by Friday, January 29, 2010. This is a bargaining unit position.

S-VOX is an equal opportunity employer. VisionTV, ONE The Body, Mind + Spirit channel, Joytv 10 and Joytv 11 are S-VOX companies. Only applicants being considered will be contacted.


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Director, Original Content | TELETOON Canada Inc.

Application deadline | February 1, 2010
Location | 181 Bay Street, Toronto, M5J 2T3
Reports to | Vice President, Programming

Description

The Director Original Content ensures that the network is getting the best the Canadian Industry has to provide in terms of original series for the network according to our programming strategies and in accordance to our CRTC regulations.

Responsibilities

  • Under the direction of the VP Programming and guided by the overall programming strategy, the Director seeks out the best series for the network and all its platforms. Since all Original productions must be Canadian under the CRTC rules, the Director also seeks international co-productions.
  • While adhering to company policy in regards to process, the Director negotiates production deals with producers including licence fees, manages the Canadian television Fund envelopes .This negotiation is in consultation with the VP Programming, Director of Programming, legal, and finance departments.
  • Ensure that the conditions of licence are respected as well as budget and volume.
  • Manage the Original Production and Development budgets.
  • Manage the staff of the Original Production team in Montreal and Toronto and assign projects to Production Executives.
  • Final approval on all key creative approvals on assigned projects. These approvals include but are not    limited to scripts, designs, casting, storyboards, rough cuts, music, sound effects, animation, colour, backgrounds, final copy and dubbing.
  • Ensure the quality standard of the network. 
  • Once a project is approved by the Greenlight Committee the Director ensures that creative is in accordance with programming needs.
  • Ensure that the Production Executive is reflecting strategies in their series.
  • Keep abreast of all activity in the production industry.
  • Work with other Directors to increase the profile of the series.
  • Attend select markets or festivals to represent TELETOON.
  • May be required to speak or participate in panel discussions relating to the industry.
  • Active in related activities in the industry such as juries, associations etc.
  • Administrative tasks as required and needed.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree in Communications or equivalent.
  • Minimum of 10 years TV industry experience.
  • Experience assessing television programs at all stages of development and production.
  • Management experience supervising employees in a broadcast environment.
  • Established contact with television industry.
  • Excellent negotiating skills.
  • Organized business approach to solving problems.
  • Experience with CRTC regulations, Canadian television funding and broadcast policy.
  • Knowledge of Canadian production environment.
  • Strong creative and strategic mindset.
  • Equally proficient in strategy development and execution
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to deal effectively with a wide range of personalities.
  • Strong creative, analytical and organizational skills.
  • Superior oral and written communication skills in English. Bilingualism in French and English is preferred.
  • Able to function effectively as a member of a management team and work well in a team-oriented environment.
  • Experience and knowledge with focus groups is an asset.

Application Details

Qualified individuals should apply online at www.astral.com by February 1, 2010.

 Please note that while we appreciate all expressions of interest, we can only respond to those candidates who will be interviewed.

 

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Program Manager | Lights, Camera, Access!

Application deadline | Open
Position type | Contract (12 month), part time
Location | Toronto
Reports to | Executive Director
Salary | Based on experience and qualifications.

Description

Established in 2007, Lights, Camera Access! (LCA!) encourages employment in the entertainment industry of persons with disabilities while engaging decision makers in the sector to use their media to accelerate public awareness and acceptance of persons with disabilities, and in the development, production and distribution of their product specifically.

The Program Manager is a newly created position responsible for planning, coordination, development, implementation, monitoring & evaluation, and reporting of various funded initiatives. In addition, the position is aimed at strengthening the organizational effectiveness and support development activities of the LCA! These initiatives may include board governance, technical assistance, evaluation capacity building and fund raising. This position requires direct knowledge and experience of the disabilities and entertainment sectors.

Responsibilities

  • Lead the planning and implementation of various projects
  • Develop full scale project plans, including project timelines
  • Manage project budgets and track project deliverables using appropriate tools
  • Grant writing / fundraising
  • Constantly monitor and report on progress of the project to all stakeholders
  • Present reports defining project progress, challenges and solutions
  • Implement and manage project changes and interventions to achieve project results
  • Ensure timely evaluation of all projects
  • Excellent communications skills with proven experience in preparing written submissions/grant proposals
  • Prepare periodic correspondence and special reports.
  • Coordinate admin support to projects
  • Manage communication and follow up
  • Other Responsibilities as assigned
  • Travel is occasionally required

Qualifications

  • At least three to five years experience managing projects in a non-profit environment, with post-secondary education in a related field an asset
  • Knowledge of the Canadian Television, Film and New Media Industry an asset
  • Knowledge of project management techniques and tools
  • Direct work experience in project management capacity in the nonprofit sector
  • Proven strengths in people management, critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Proven understanding of budgeting, financial management and risk management
  • Exceptional planning, organizing and decision-making skills
  • Background in at least two of the following areas: organizational development, non-profit board governance, evaluation capacity building or leadership development
  • Understanding of the issues and challenges confronting nonprofits in the non-profit/charitable sectors
  • Demonstrated skills in team work and delegation
  • Proven interpersonal, facilitation and writing skills
  • Track record of managing multiple projects and deadlines, prioritizing work autonomously with minimal supervision and working as part of a team
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office /Mac Applications

Application Details

Interested candidates please submit resumes to:

Leesa Levinson
llevinson@lightscameraaccess.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest. Please note that due to the volume of resumes, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Lights, Camera Access! is an equal opportunity employer.


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Sales and Marketing Administrator | SK Films

Application Deadline |  Monday February 1, 2010
Location | Toronto, Ontario
Position type | Contract (one year)
Remuneration | Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Description

SK Films is a Toronto based film and television company and an international leader in the worldwide Giant Screen film industry. The company develops, produces and distributes 3D and 2D films for IMAX® and other Giant Screen theatres spanning 55 countries. The company’s product line-up includes films for both prestigious institutional and commercial theatres and for exploitation in other media including television broadcast.

Reporting to the Sales and Marketing Manager, this position is principally responsible for administration/research and fulfillment support of SK Films’ distribution, sales, and marketing efforts.

Responsibilities

  • Implementing and maintaining the client database
  • Manage and coordinate/distribute all marketing materials to theatres worldwide
  • Manage/update the corporate and various film websites including current theater listings and information
  • Manage film print and soundtrack inventory
  • Manage film print and soundtrack traffic
  • Coordinate attendance at trade shows and special events. Creation and maintenance of critical path, budget, registration, hotels, submissions, rentals, shipments, etc.
  • Accurate collection and reporting of box office grosses and royalty information
  • Timely preparation of invoices and responsible for coding and allocating accounts receivables and creating the vouchers for approval by sr. management
  • Research potential sponsors for development projects and coordinate and assist with the development and editing of pitch packages

Qualifications

  • Experience in media and entertainment preferred
  • Proven high level administrative/analytical skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to work very well in groups and small teams
  • Must have an extremely high level of accuracy with excellent attention to detail
  • Must be well organized, proactive (analytical) and have the ability to prioritize work flow and meet numerous deadlines
  • Solid understanding and proven experience with Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Working knowledge of bookkeeping and QuickBooks
  • Understanding of Indesign and Adobe Photoshop preferred

Application Details

Interested applicants are invited to send a resume by February 1, 2010 to:

Amber Hawtin
Sales and Marketing Manager, SK Films
Pinewood Toronto Studios
225 Commissioners Street, Suite 303
Toronto, Ontario M4M 0A1
Fax | (647) 837-3350
Email | ahawtin@skfilms.ca.
No phone calls please.

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Associate Producer (1 year contract) | CP24 (CEP723)

Application deadline | January 14, 2010
Reference no. | G-004
Location | CTV – 299 Queen St. West, Toronto
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Hours of work | 40 hours per week. Shift work/weekends and overtime as required.

Description

Come join a dynamic news team that is leading the way in live news production! We’re looking for an experienced associate producer who thrives in a live environment!. This new team member will have several years of journalistic experience, is passionate about live television, is an outstanding writer, and knows the value of good story telling. Being a team player tops the list. If you are a motivated self starter, who thrives in a live television environment, we’d love to hear from you. Join our growing news team at CP24 and help build Toronto’s most watched news channel.

Responsibilities

  • Generating interesting and original story ideas from the business community
  • Tracking down high-profile guests for on-air interviews
  • Pre-interviewing guests and helping them prepare for a live interview
  • Prepare interview research packages and questions for use by on-air hosts
  • Designing and producing interview segments, including on-air graphics and banners, as well as overseeing the editing of video footage to help illustrate stories.
  • Responsible for taking live segments to air.
  • Responsible for writing and chase producing of  breaking business news
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Completion of a broadcast journalism or commerce degree
  • Strong knowledge and interest in business news
  • Experience in a television news environment
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to generate story ideas, research subjects and write solid broadcast copy
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to prioritize and juggle tasks and assignments
  • Familiarization with  technical and setup requirements
  • Excellent self-motivation, high energy and enthusiasm
  • Strong computer skills, including detailed knowledge of iNews
  • Thrive under pressure
  • Demonstrated ability to originate coverage on developing stories including populist trends and features.

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.ctv.ca, or forward a current resume, in confidence to:

Human Resources                           
CTV Television Inc.
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail | ctvcareers@ctv.ca or fax | 416-384-6491
Please quote reference number:  G – 004

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  CTVglobemedia is dedicated to equity in the workplace.


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Travel Coordinator | Dome Productions

Application deadline | January 14, 2010
Reference no. | G-002
Location | CTV – Agincourt, Scarborough
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Hours of work | 40 hours per week. Overtime as required.

Responsibilities

  • Book travel arrangements for programming and production requirements in accordance with the travel policy, budgetary concerns, and contractual obligations.
  • In a timely manner, coordinate all flight bookings, hotel arrangements and vehicle rentals throughout Canada, United States and overseas.
  • Research all possible rates and ensure that a cost effective scenario is attained.
  • Ensure that all pertinent information is communicated to the crew before departure.
  • Ensure that all travel arrangements are coordinated so that all personnel, flight times, hotel rooms and vehicle rentals are consistent with an ever-changing schedule.
  • Prepare hotel contracts, rooming assignment, contact list and confirmations.
  • Prepare detailed travel estimates for major events, budgeting and CBP as requested.
  • Prepare, maintain and update client travel spreadsheets and month end travel numbers.
  • Reconcile travel, hotel and Visa invoices for accounting purposes, obtaining all the appropriate approvals. 
  • Develop and maintain a good working relationship with the travellers and the travel agent representatives.
  • Update travellers on new travel policies, travel visa’s, passports, country travel reports and miscellaneous travel related documents and information that is pertinent.  
  • Up-to-date and thorough knowledge of travel insurance and airline cancellation policies.

Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3 years travel industry related experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work proactively and independently in a demanding and time sensitive environment.
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of accuracy while multi-tasking.
  • Strong organizational and prioritizing skills.
  • Excellent client-services skills.
  • Familiar with on-line travel booking systems.
  • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word / Excel / Outlook.

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.ctv.ca, or forward a current resume, in confidence to:

Human Resources                 
CTV Television Inc.
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail | ctvcareers@ctv.ca or fax | 416-384-6491
Please quote reference number: G – 002

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. CTVglobemedia is dedicated to equity in the workplace.


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Senior Producer of News | CP24

Application deadline | January 14, 2010
Reference no. | G-003
Location | CTV – 299 Queen St. West, Toronto
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Hours of work | 40 hours per week. Overtime as required.

Description

Come join a dynamic news team leading the way for television news. We’re looking for an experienced leader who thrives in a live breaking news environment. The Senior Producer of News will oversee the journalistic day to day news operation of Toronto’s 24 hour news channel. The successful candidate is passionate about live television, can lead a team of producers, writers, and editorial staff, and knows the value of good story telling. Being a team leader tops the list. If you are a motivated self starter, who thrives in a live television environment, we’d love to hear from you. Join our growing news team at CP24 and help build Toronto’s most watched news channel.

Responsibilities

• Responsible for overseeing daily editorial content on CP24.
• Supervise producers, anchors, line up and writing on CP24.
• Overseeing planning for breaking news and live event coverage.
• Determine the editorial direction of CP24 in conjunction with the senior management team.
• Responsible for taking live events to air.
• Responsible for, but not limited to, writing and chase producing of daily news flow.
• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • A minimum of 10 years experience producing live news shows and news specials (such as elections) from both a journalistic and production prospective.
  • Experience supervising a large production crew, including live field productions and full remote productions.
  • Proven recent experience in supervising and having responsibility for a news team operation, including, but not limited to producers, reporters, camera crews and assignment staff.
  • Experience editing, inputting rundowns, and understanding equipment functions in a production control room.
  • Proven communication and leadership skills.
  • Recent experience in supervisory duties including but not limited to hiring, budgeting and performance management.
  • Proven ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines and the capability to multitask in a fast paced, hectic environment.

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.ctv.ca, or forward a current resume, in confidence to:

Human Resources                 
CTV Television Inc.
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail | ctvcareers@ctv.ca or fax | 416-384-6491
Please quote reference number: G-003

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Programming Coordinator | Corus Entertainment

Application deadline | January 12, 2010
Location | Toronto
Position type | Contract
Reference no. | R004064

Description

Corus Television has an exciting opportunity for a contract position for a Programming Coordinator in our Toronto office. Reporting to the Managers of Programming, Sundance Channel and Movie Central, the successful candidate will assist in the general administration of programming for these services. 

Responsibilities

  • Liaise with Distributors regarding delivery of shows and publicity materials
  • Co-ordinate all program and publicity materials for internal use by Marketing, Publicity, Web and OAP.
  • Data entry in data base system, including titles, synopses, key figures and other related information for all programs.
  • Assist Programming team on tasks such as screening and evaluating program proposals, brainstorming and coordinating stunt events
  • Logging, tracking and reviewing of incoming proposals and screeners.
  • Respond to incoming inquiries.
  • Prepare offer letters, for internal and external circulation.
  • Track and process all invoices.
  • Receive/track/follow up on outstanding deliverables and distribute/communicate to all affected internal departments.
  • Create trigger reports for sign off and send to accounting dept.
  • Create, maintain and distribute programming series and feature film status reports as well as finance reports ie cash flow, COL spend.
  • Screening, logging, distributing, tracking and filing of all incoming show proposals and potential acquisitions.
  • Prepare power point presentations including investment overviews, strategic planning
  • Prioritize and schedule meetings and arrange travel for VP Programming.
  • Answer VP’s phone, redirect callers and follow up on messages
  • General assistance to the entire programming department, as required.

Requirements

  • Experience in programming preferred.
  • Experience with a Program Management data base preferred
  • Highly interested in films.
  • Must have extremely high level of accuracy with excellent attention to detail
  • Must be a self starter and strong team player with the ability to work with little supervision
  • Must be well organized, proactive and have the ability to prioritize work flow and to produce high quality work within specified deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure
  • A positive, friendly manner and customer service approach that will enable the successful candidate to deal with challenging situations with empathy and sincerity  

Application Details

Interested applicants are invited to send a resume by Jan 12, 2010 to:

Alina Sollazzo, Executive Assistant, Corus Television
64 Jefferson Avenue, Unit 18 Toronto, ON M6K 3H4
Fax | (416) 588-9341
E-Mail | alina.sollazzo@corusent.com
No phone calls please.

Corus is committed to providing a fair and equitable work environment and encourages applications from qualified women, men, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.


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Awards Director | Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television

Application deadline | Friday, January 22, 2010
Location | Toronto
Position type | Full time
Start date | February 01, 2010

Description

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Awards Director is responsible for leading, managing and developing the Academy’s annual national Awards programs, the Genie Awards and the Gemini Awards, and related activities and events. This position is supported by a small team.

Responsibilities

The Awards Director:
• Manages and develops the Genie and Gemini Awards activities so as to ensure confidence in the integrity and relevance of the Awards. 
• Organizes Awards events including awards presentations, and nominee receptions and ensures they are executed on time and on budget. 
• Maintains, evaluates, and develops the Genie and Gemini Awards Rules and Regulations in conjunction with the Academy’s Rules and Regulations Committees. 
• Achieves the efficiency, productivity and customer service objectives of the Awards operations.
• Manages and develops the Awards department employees to achieve job results, while fostering a spirit of teamwork and cooperation. 
• Maintains and develops non-Awards programming
• Ensures the maintenance of the Awards information system and historical records. 
• Liaises with clients and the industry year-round and provides information regarding the Awards and related events. 
• Participates in development of Awards financial projections, and ensures Awards activities and events are managed within applicable constraints. 
• Works collaboratively with other members of the Senior Management team in the Academy’s three offices.

Requirements

• University degree and 5 years’ senior level experience successfully managing projects, events and staff of a comparable size, preferably in a not for profit environment
• Strong interpersonal, decision-making and problem-solving skills
• Flexible, adaptable and works well under pressure
• Tactful and diplomatic, with good judgment
• Advanced PC skills (MS Project, Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Paradox)
• Knowledge of the Canadian film and television industry
• Bilingualism in French and English an asset

Application Details

Resumes should be sent via email to:
Attn: Awards Director
info@academy.ca

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

For a more detailed job description please check the Careers section of our website: www.academy.ca.

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a national non-profit professional association dedicated to the promotion, recognition and celebration of exceptional achievements in the Canadian film and television industries. The Academy is known primarily for the administration and presentation of the Gemini Awards, Genie Awards and Prix Gémeaux.


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Assistant, Studio Administration (12 month contract) | National Film Board

Application deadline | January 19, 2010
Reference no. | TT-10004687-A
Location | Toronto, NFB office 
Language | English
Position type | Contract – 12 months (with possibility of extension)
Salary | $40,186 – $48,875

Description

Under the supervision of the Centre Administrator, supports the Centre Administrator in conducting, co-ordinating and following up all non-filmic activities of the Ontario Centre. Contributes to the production coordination activities and liaises with Business Affairs and Legal Services to administer production related files.  Acts as the Centre’s contact or resource person for activities related to tenant and building services and software familiarization. Provides administrative support in various areas for the Centre.

Qualifications

Diploma of Collegial Studies in the office administration or secretarial field and two (2) years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; good understanding of budgetary procedures; good mathematical abilities; good knowledge of Oracle; understanding of contracts and related issues.  Knowledge of Word, Excel and Filemaker; speed and precision in data processing; ability to work in a team; ability to administer simultaneously several dossiers in an active environment and to maintain good interpersonal relationships; other personal qualities such as judgment, autonomy, speed, accuracy, good control of stress, tact and sense of organization.

Knowledge of English is essential.

Application Details

If these requirements match your profile and this challenge excites you, we invite you to send your résumé, by January 19, 2010, quoting competition no. TT-10004687-A, to:

National Film Board of Canada
Human Resources Branch
P.O. Box 6100, Station Centre-ville
Montreal, Quebec H3C 3H5
email | rh-hr@nfb.ca or fax | (514) 283-5850
or via our website www.nfb.ca.

We are committed to employment equity. We thank you for your résumé. Only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted.


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Engineering Technician | CEP 79M

Application deadline | January 13, 2010
Reference no. | K-001
Location | CTV – Agincourt, Scarborough
Salary | $763.22 – 1,278.62 per week; commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Hours of work | 40 hours per week. Overtime as required.

Responsibilities

Maintain all types of television broadcast equipment, specifically:

  •  Video Production Switchers and Cameras
  •  Audio Consoles
  •  Video Servers and Broadcast Automation
  •  VTR’s: Digital Betacam, Betacam SX, HDCam, XDCam HD
  •  Character Generators System / Inscriber/Deko/Thunder
  •  Graphics Systems
  • Avid, FCP and Pro Tools Editing Systems
  • Windows XP/Mac/Unix Operating systems
  • ENG/EFP Equipment

Qualifications

  • Recognized certificate in Engineering Technology
  • 3-5 years experience working with computer systems, networking systems, and applications in a Broadcast environment

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.ctv.ca, or forward a current resume, in confidence to:

Human Resources                  
CTV Television Inc.
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail | ctvcareers@ctv.ca or fax | 416-384-6491
Please quote reference number: K-001

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  CTVglobemedia is dedicated to equity in the workplace.


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Manager, Digital Media Services | TVOntario

Application Deadline | January 15 by 5 PM EST
Location | Toronto

Description

TVO is Ontario’s public educational media organization and a trusted source of interactive educational content that informs and inspires. Our vision is to empower people to be engaged citizens of Ontario through educational media. TVO produces close to 500 hours of in-house broadcast content per year, most of which is also available online. Beyond our airwaves, TVO web sites are “educational content channels” unto themselves, with a depth of web-exclusive video, articles, animations, interviews and resources not found elsewhere in the Canadian broadcast spectrum. TVO is currently working with multiple content distribution partners including YouTube, Yahoo Canada, iTunes and Rogers On Demand Online, as well as launching new mobile content applications.

In the last three years, TVO has made a significant strategic shift, from pure TV station to multiplatform media organization. Beginning with HD Production Facilities, a Digital Archive, and most recently an HD Master Control, we have completely transformed from analog video tape to an HD Digital Tapeless workflow. The Manager in this role will be instrumental in optimizing these new systems and processes in collaboration with internal stakeholders, and in working with the Digital Media Services team to maximize the benefits of our digital transformation in broadcast, on line and on demand.

The Manager, Digital Media Services (DMS) is responsible for the effective operation of Ingest, Master Control, Web Encode, Format Editing, DVD Authoring, Closed Captioning/Described Video and Duplication. The incumbent is expected to: develop and maintain policies and procedures as they relate to the processing, presentation and multi-platform distribution of content, establish best practices, manage the DMS staff and operating budget, and oversee service delivery to ensure that it meets business objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Supervise the Digital Media Services (DMS) team. Ensure appropriate staffing with the proper training to process and deliver digital media to meet business objectives with both negotiable and non-negotiable deadlines.
  • Prepare and manage the operating budget for DMS. Collaborate with Engineering, Maintenance and VP Distribution services on capital projects related to DMS; review and recommend technology solutions; sign off on acceptance testing of new technology as it pertains to the operations of DMS.
  • Develop, communicate and implement Policies, Procedures and Best Practices for the processing, presentation and delivery of digital media to meet business objectives and industry standards.
  • Be a resident expert on the signal flow for Ingest/Master Control, Off Site Disaster Recovery and the external distribution of the TVO broadcast signal. Identify and implement work around solutions to restore signal disruptions by working with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Work closely with Supervisor Enterprise Media Management (EMMa) to ensure the appropriate scheduling of facilities and human resources, in particular with regard to planning for special event programming, technical maintenance and upgrades, holidays and vacations.
  • Ensure that technical issues are reported and documented in a timely manner. Meet regularly with DMS staff and the Maintenance Manager to ensure technical issues are effectively resolved.
  • Liaise regularly with stakeholders to ensure service and quality levels meet expectations. Take corrective action when they do not.
  • Proactively monitor and maintain a record of reports related to on air faults and issues concerning the processing of content through Digital Media Services. Troubleshoot and resolve issues related to DMS in a timely fashion by working with the Process & Technology, Programming, Production and EMMa departments.
  • Generate standard and custom reports as required to meet business objectives
  • Back up VP Distribution Services and EMMa Supervisor as required.

Qualifications

  • Post-secondary education from a recognized technical and production program (e.g. television arts diploma.)
  • Minimum 3 – 5 years broadcast operations experience required
  • Progressively responsible management experience; in leading and motivating technical teams, technical resources, and budgets, in a unionized environment
  • Must be a good communicator (with above average written, verbal and listening skills), with strong planning, analytical, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills
  • Must be able to multi-task, establish priorities, manage frequently conflicting priorities, and work effectively under pressure to meet tight deadlines
  • An experienced relationship builder, you are a self-starter, have excellent interpersonal and organization skills, coupled with a strong customer service orientation

Technical Qualifications

  • Familiarity with broadcast technology, in particular HD Master Control, is required
  • Familiarity with online publishing systems and tools is a definite asset
  • Familiarity with non linear editing, DVD authoring, closed captioning and described video is an asset
  • Familiarity with digital workflow, broadcast signal distribution and multi-platform distribution is an asset
  • Experience or familiarity with the following is beneficial:
  • Harris Automation and Media Client
  • Omneon Server
  • Evertz QMC Switcher, QMG Branding & MVP Monitor Wall system
  • Avid Airspeed, Isis and Editing systems
  • Flip Factory
  • MassTech AMS and M-Ingest
  • Softel Closed Captioning
  • Will be required on occasion to work overtime, evenings and or on weekends, and may be called outside of regular business hours when emergency situations arise.

Application Details

Reply in confidence: If your experience reflects the above qualifications and skills, please forward a covering email, including salary expectations and your CV in word.doc or PDF format, by 5 PM (EST) Friday, January 15th, 2010, to info@mediaintelligence.ca quoting “Manager, Digital Media Services” in the subject header line. We thank all candidates for their submissions but only those under consideration will be contacted.

TVO is committed to achieve a skilled workforce reflective of the population of Ontario.

mediaINTELLIGENCE.ca: Canada’s leader in sector specific recruitment and integrated career management for media and entertainment professionals.


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News Producer | Canada AM

Application deadline | January 11, 2009
Reference No. | LP-042
Location | Toronto – Agincourt
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Hours of work | 40 hours per week. Overtime as required.

Responsibilities

  • Produce newscast for Canada AM 
  • Write  news stories and line-up newscast
  • Supervise news writers
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Extensive experience in several roles at a national news organization
  • Superior news judgment
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines and prioritize
  • Proven production skills
  • Experience managing staff
  • Ability to thrive in a stressful environment
  • Ability to work in a team, motivate staff and personally set the highest professional journalism standards
  • Computer skills
  • Control room experience and a broadcast or journalism degree are definite asset

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.ctv.ca, or forward a current resume, in confidence to:

Human Resources                  
CTV Television Inc.
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
e-mail | ctvcareers@ctv.ca or fax | (416) 384-6491
Please quote reference number: LP-042

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  CTVglobemedia is dedicated to equity in the workplace.


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Interactive News Writer | The Weather Network

Application deadline | Open
Location | Oakville
Position types | Eight positions to fill: Full time (2), Part time (2), On-call (4)
Reports to | Manager, News and Information

Description

You will be responsible for the researching, writing and crafting of relevant weather stories (adding text, clips, UGC etc.) to be seen on our interactive (web and mobile) platforms. You will use sound judgment and take ownership in creating and publishing this content live on our interactive platforms.

Responsibilities  

  • Working with the Content Producers & TV News Writers you will discuss what the relevant weather stories are with the goal being consistent news coverage and content across all platforms.
  • Create daily weather stories and supporting content for the TWN Home page and City/Regional specific pages. The stories will have a National, Regional or Local focus as well as International focus when relevant to Canadians.
  • During active weather, responsible for creating a sense of importance and urgency to the stories adding in supporting elements (ex: graphics, news visuals, UGC, clips etc.) and placing the affected areas into Storm Watch or Active Weather mode.
  • Oversee the web & mobile news content (including supporting elements) and inform the Content Producer when new updates to video/audio products are necessary.
  • Working with the Manager, News and Information you will monitor the performance of content using traffic reporting systems and adjust story priority and content to ensure the most relevant content is highlighted.
  • Work closely with other team members knowing what supporting elements are available (ex: existing interviews, UGC, clips etc.)
  • Obtain a meteorological briefing at the beginning of each shift and as required to best cover the evolving weather story.
  • Continuously monitor information sources (newspapers, Internet, news wire and video feeds, etc.) and weather data to ensure accurate, credible and timely presentation of news content.
  • Arrange for special stills from Graphics, weather visuals, UGC etc to enhance news content.
  • Arrange phone interviews to enhance weather stories when appropriate.
  • Conduct independent research on Canadian weather stories.
  • Extra work may be required during active weather.
  • Effectively hand over ongoing stories and research to following shifts.

Responsibilities and duties may evolve and change over time.

Qualifications

  • University degree or College diploma in Communications or Journalism.
  • Two years work experience in Broadcast Journalism.
  • Excellent editorial judgment.
  • Ability to write, edit and prepare news stories for use on computer and mobile devices.
  • Good knowledge of geography, meteorology and current affairs.
  • Very good understanding of web & mobile platforms.
  • French is an asset.
  • Excellent writing and researching skills
  • Good understanding of web sites & publishing trends
  • Strong computer knowledge with page building skills
  • Must have initiative
  • Ability to work independently and as a team
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Organized and meticulous about details
  • Flexible (shift work is required)

Application Details

Qualified applicants should submit their resume to:

Human Resources
Fax | 905-829-1332
Email |  hr@pelmorex.com.
Please quote “Interactive News Writers.”

Pelmorex is committed to equity in the workplace. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Brand Manager | TELETOON RETRO

Application Deadline | January 4, 2010
Location | Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Toronto
Reports to | Director of Marketing

Responsibilities

  • Serve as the strategic brand champion for TELETOON Retro with a mandate to lead the consumer and trade initiatives for this high potential digital brand. 
  • Develop and manage TELETOON Retro’s promotional programs, grass roots marketing initiatives, multiplatform support plans, social marketing activities, and sponsorship activities to ensure that brand, viewership, web traffic and revenue growth objectives are met in an efficient and cost effective manner.
  • Responsible for aiding in the development of the strategic plan including business review, marketing and media plans and the execution of those plans. 
  • Play the role of “consumer” and liaise with other departments to ensure initiatives are consistent with overall brand strategy.
  • Spearhead creative and media briefings, oversee creative production process and liaise with external agencies.
  • Champion the “360 degree” consumer experience across all platforms including Teletoon on Demand, iTunes, mobile and broadband. 
  • Support ad sales, sales promotion and affiliate sales in all trade marketing needs and ensure key trade activities for Retro are in line with TELETOON’s strategy and brand.
  • Work collaboratively with the Brand Manager – TELETOON and the Brand Manager – French Services on shared initiatives and cross platform plans.
  • Miscellaneous marketing/promotion projects and respond to specific requests for marketing support on an ad hoc basis.

Qualifications

  • 3-5 years marketing or brand management experience
  • University degree with a concentration in Marketing
  • Understanding of the Quebec market and fluency in French is considered an asset
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Able to work in a team oriented environment
  • Independent, resourceful
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Sense of adventure and ability to embrace the “limitless possibilities” brand idea

Application Details

Qualified individuals should apply online at www.astral.com by January 4, 2010

Please note that while we appreciate all expressions of interest, we can only respond to those candidates who will be interviewed.


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Brand Manager | TELETOON RETRO

Application Deadline | January 4, 2010
Location | Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Toronto
Reports to | Director of Marketing

Responsibilities

  • Serve as the strategic brand champion for TELETOON Retro with a mandate to lead the consumer and trade initiatives for this high potential digital brand. 
  • Develop and manage TELETOON Retro’s promotional programs, grass roots marketing initiatives, multiplatform support plans, social marketing activities, and sponsorship activities to ensure that brand, viewership, web traffic and revenue growth objectives are met in an efficient and cost effective manner.
  • Responsible for aiding in the development of the strategic plan including business review, marketing and media plans and the execution of those plans. 
  • Play the role of “consumer” and liaise with other departments to ensure initiatives are consistent with overall brand strategy.
  • Spearhead creative and media briefings, oversee creative production process and liaise with external agencies.
  • Champion the “360 degree” consumer experience across all platforms including Teletoon on Demand, iTunes, mobile and broadband. 
  • Support ad sales, sales promotion and affiliate sales in all trade marketing needs and ensure key trade activities for Retro are in line with TELETOON’s strategy and brand.
  • Work collaboratively with the Brand Manager – TELETOON and the Brand Manager – French Services on shared initiatives and cross platform plans.
  • Miscellaneous marketing/promotion projects and respond to specific requests for marketing support on an ad hoc basis.

Qualifications

  • 3-5 years marketing or brand management experience
  • University degree with a concentration in Marketing
  • Understanding of the Quebec market and fluency in French is considered an asset
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Able to work in a team oriented environment
  • Independent, resourceful
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Sense of adventure and ability to embrace the “limitless possibilities” brand idea

Application Details

Qualified individuals should apply online at www.astral.com by January 4, 2010

Please note that while we appreciate all expressions of interest, we can only respond to those candidates who will be interviewed.


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Production Producer | The Weather Network

Application deadline | Open
Location | Oakville
Contract term | One year; February 2010 up to February 2011
Reports to | Production Manager

Description

Research and writing, producing, video editing and general production work within the Production Department.

Responsibilities

  • Research and write scripts for the production department; e.g. commercials, video tags, auto-promos, bumpers, show-related products e.g. new programming features e.g. Weather & the Creative Mind; other special elements as required by the Corporate Development, Marketing or other departments e.g. Faces of Canada.
  • Produce (including liaising with clients, casting, location scouting, development of graphics, booking of crew), direct, book and supervise the edit of some projects. Occasionally you may need to edit some of your productions on the AVID system in PCR.
  • Produce voice-over recording sessions, direct talent, evaluate quality and delivery.
  • Assist with preparations for programming changes.
  • Various production support as required, e.g. being the TWN intermediary when external productions use our facilities.
  • Photograph Weather Broadcasters and manage the library of OCP stills. Distribute still photos to the Marketing department or other clients.

Responsibilities and duties may evolve and change over time. At times a flexible schedule is required to shoot or edit.

Qualifications

  • College certificate or university degree in Communications/Journalism/Television production
  • Minimum three years experience as a television Producer
  • Excellent editorial judgment essential, including the ability to write, edit and prepare scripts and/or other on air elements
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Organized and meticulous about details
  • Experience producing promotional or commercial video is an asset
  • Experience directing production crew and supervising post product
  • Good understanding of photography, composition and aesthetics is essential
  • Ability to be creative is essential

 Application Details

Qualified applicants should submit their resume to:

Human Resources
Fax |  905-829-1332
Email | hr@pelmorex.com
Please quote “Production Producer, Term.” 

Pelmorex is committed to equity in the workplace.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Media Producer | The Weather Network

Application deadline | Open
Employment term | One year contract
Location | Oakville
Reports to | Programming Manager

Description

The Media Producer’s primary responsibility is producing the recorded audio and video content which will be played on the different mediums (TV, web, wireless & radio).

The Media Producer will be working closely with the Content Producer to stay informed of weather conditions as well as follow the Programming objectives and guidelines (knowing who our audience is, etc.) and coordinate the production of the weather and news content accordingly. This includes ensuring that the team (as described below) updates the content on time, when necessary and maintains the credibility, accuracy and professionalism on all produced and live segments.

The Media Producer’s overall goal is to multi-purpose our content while increasing our ratings on TV and improving the audio and video content across the other mediums. In this role, the Media Producer will either operate the equipment in the production control room or work together with the Switchers.. This position combines the traditional responsibilities of a control room Director and Producer as well as some equipment operation.

Responsibilities

  • Increase ratings.
  •  Plan, oversee and take responsibility for all aspects of the audio & video content, ensuring high standards are met and exceeded.
  • Manage, lead and coordinate a team of Weather Presenters, Switcher/Editors, News Writers and Graphic Artists and work very closely with the Content Producer.  Take an active role in dealing with employee issues and performance management.
  • Coach and direct Weather Presenters during the live and near live elements..
  • Operate certain equipment necessary to record segments (Ross Overdrive system, Borealis etc.) When directing live segments, take an active role in directing the show from the control room.
  • Working in conjunction with the Content Producer to conduct regular air checks.
  • Conduct timely performance evaluations.
  • Continuously monitor information sources (newspapers, Internet, news wire and video feeds, etc.) and weather data to ensure the accurate, credible and timely presentation and production of news and weather content.
  • Prepare pre-show information for Weather Presenters as well as attend weather briefings.
  • Extra work during active weather may be required.
  • Conduct daily pre and post-show meetings with your team.
  • Participate in Producer meetings.

Responsibilities and duties may evolve over time.

Qualifications

  • College certificate or university degree in Communications/Journalism/Television production
  • Minimum five years experience working as a television Producer or Director (Television news preferred).
  • Management experience is an asset
  • Experience as a control room director
  • Excellent editorial judgment is essential, including the ability to write, edit and prepare news scripts and/or other on air elements
  • Good knowledge of North American geography, meteorology and current affairs
  • Team leader
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Organized and meticulous about details
  • Technical abilities are required (equipment operation)
  • Interest in weather
  • Able to work shifts ( 24/7 environment)

Application Details

Qualified applicants should submit their resume to:

Human Resources
Fax | 905-829-1332
email | hr@pelmorex.com.
Please quote “Media Producer, TWN, Term.”

Pelmorex is committed to equity in the workplace. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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IT Technician (Group F) – CEP 723M (4 month contract) | CTV

Application deadline | December 10, 2009
Reference no. | K-043
Location | 
CTV – Queen Street, IT Department   
Salary | Commensurate with qualifications and experience. 
Hours of work | 40 hours per week. Overtime as required.

Responsibilities

  • Answers telephone and email support requests.
  • Assumes responsibility for tasks assigned to them and ensures proper technical solutions have been applied.
  • Participates in system maintenance, upgrades, etc.
  • Documents current applications and steps to troubleshoot.
  • Prepares computers for new and existing staff members.
  • Installs / upgrades business applications on PC’s and Mac’s.
  • Supports remote access (dialup, VPN, WAN) to business applications.
  • Work with users and other technical personnel to resolve problems
  • Shift work will be required as well as any other related duties reasonably required for such a position.

Qualifications

Minimum of 2 years experience with:

  • Troubleshooting IT issues
  • Windows 2000 and XP workstation
  • MS Office 2000, XP, 2003
  • Knowledge of network technologies (TCP/IP VPN, RAS, WINS, DHCP)
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work well under pressure
  • Diploma or Degree in Computer Studies or related field an asset

Application Details

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.ctv.ca, or forward a current resume, in confidence to:

Human Resources
CTV Television Inc.
P.O. Box 9, Station “O”
Toronto ON M4A 2M9
Please quote reference number: K-043
e-mail | ctvcareers@ctv.ca or fax | 416-384-6491

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. CTVglobemedia is dedicated to equity in the workplace.


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Head of Scripted Television Series Development | mediaINTELLIGENCE.ca

Application deadline | Open
Position type | Full time

MI currently seeks an individual to head up their scripted television series development slate. The successful candidate will have a strong track record pitching projects to Canadian and US broadcasters and the ability to oversee productions once green-lit.

Requirements

  • Minimum 5-10 years developing scripted television series.
  • Demonstrated track record in managing numerous projects.
  • Ability/desire to commit to long-term position
  • Dedication to product and business
  • Ability to work well under pressure and in teams
  • Comfortable reporting to executive tier

Application Details

Reply in confidence: If your experience reflects the above qualifications, skills and interest, please forward a covering email, including your CV (word.doc or .pdf format), salary expectations, and links to web portfolio, to info@mediaintelligence.ca quoting “Head of Scripted Television” in the subject header line.

mediaINTELLIGENCE.ca: Canada’s leader in sector-specific recruitment and integrated career management for media and entertainment professionals.


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Project Manager (part time contract) | Lights, Camera, Access!

Description

The Project Manager is responsible for the planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of a work plan. This position reports to the Executive Director. The PM works closely with the Executive Director, staff, the Board of Directors, with all project stakeholders, consultants, government officials and funders.

Responsibilities

• Implement and manage critical paths/milestones and monitoring mechanisms for the project
• Ensure high quality and timely production of all deliverables
• Develop request for proposals and manage the selection process for hiring a consultant
• Oversee the work of the consultant, including a thorough review of all documents prepared for the working group
• Manage all meetings of the working group
• Develop an evaluation process for the project
• Serve as the primary contact and ensure appropriate liaison with funder
• Monitor budget and cash flows
• Participate in presentations about the project to the board and to other key stakeholders as required
• Work with the Executive Director and board to develop an integrated communications strategy for the project
• Participate in staff team meetings and board meetings

Required skills, qualifications and experience

• Strong knowledge of film and television and or media industry required
• Strong knowledge of disability issues
• Five to ten years of experience in a senior leadership position the non-profit sector
• A university or college degree in a related field
• Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders
• Demonstrated experience in leading and managing complex projects that are strategic in nature and national in scope
• Extensive and deep knowledge of the voluntary and non-profit sector in Canada
• Excellent organizational skills with demonstrated ability to execute projects on time and on budget
• Strong interpersonal, communication, facilitation and presentation skills
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills
• Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision
• Demonstrated ability to work in a small team setting
• Computer skills, proficient with Mac applications
• Ability to communicate effectively in both official languages is an asset
• Willingness to travel

Hours Required | 20-25 per week
Compensation | Based on experience
Contact Leesa | (416) 363-9948, llevinson@lightscameraaccess.ca
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