The RJAA’s July roundup of jobs is here!
For future months, if you’re looking to hire someone with a journalist’s skill set, don’t hesitate to drop us a line. We share a variety of paid positions with our alumni each month.
Producer/Reporter, MediaFace, No deadline listed
Video journalist/ Bell Media/ Prince Albert, Saskatchewan/ July 7
Associate editor/ DailyXtra.com/ Pink Triangle Press/ Toronto, Ontario/ July 8
Producer/ Aboriginal Peoples Television Network/ Winnipeg, Manitoba/ July 11
Reportereditor, digital (fulltime)/CBCRadio Canada, English services/ Goose Bay/ July
Communications and events coordinator/ York University/ Toronto, Ontario/ July 14
General assignment reporter/ St. Albert Gazette/ St. Albert, Alberta/ July 15
Media relations and communications coordinator (maternity leave)/ McMichael Canadian
Art Collection/ Kleinberg, Ontario/ July 19
News reporteranchor (fulltime)/ Jim Pattison Broadcast Group/ North Battleford,
Saskatchewan/ July 31
Editorial consultant/ RBC/ Toronto, Ontario/ No deadline listed
Reporterphotographer/ Metro Edmonton/ Star Media Group/ Edmonton, Alberta/ No
Web producerreporter/ News 1130/ Rogers Media/ Vancouver, B.C./ No deadline listed
Intermediate copy writer editor/ Rogers Media/Toronto, Ontario/ No deadline listed
Purpose Investments Inc., an asset management firm based in Toronto, is looking for a content manager to oversee their website. Email your cover letter and CV to Dan Rubin, vice president of marketing. See the job description here.
A cool gig for full-time students: How would you like to get paid to handle the social media accounts for the office of the mayor? The residency will take place over July and August and you must apply directly to Mayor John Tory himself. The cutoff is coming up soon, though: be sure to apply by June 8.
- Video journalist – radio reporter/ Bell Media/ Prince Rupert B.C./ June 6
- Producer – morning news (full-time)/ Global News/ Halifax/ June 8
- Host, CBC News Network (English services, 1-year)/ CBC/Radio-Canada/ Toronto, June 8
- Video journalist (English services)/ CBC/Radio-Canada/ Yellowknife/ June 10
- One-year reporting internship/ Toronto Star/ June 13
- Associate producer – new daytime lifestyle show/ CBC/Radio-Canada/ Toronto/ June 13
- Communications coordinator (2-year contract)/ University of Alberta/ Edmonton, AB/ June 16
- Managing editor/ The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)/ Waterloo, ON/ June 17
- Morning Show co-host/ Bell Media/ Regina/ June 17
- Assignment editor, CP24/ Bell Media/ Toronto/ June 17
- Reporter/ The StarPheonix/ Postmedia Network Inc./ Saskatoon, SK/ June 19
- Senior manager, programming (1-year)/ APTN/ Winnipeg/ June 20
- Communications coordinator/ NHL Senators/ Ottawa/ June 24
- Defence reporter/ The Canadian Press/ Ottawa/ No deadline listed
- Reporter-photographer/ Metroland Media/ Burk’s Falls, ON/ No deadline listed
- Content writer/ Axonify/ Waterloo, ON/ No deadline listed
- Editor, reporter and summer reporter/ Northern News Services Ltd./ Yellowknife, NWT/ No deadline listed
- Editor/ Lexpert/ Thomson Reuters/ Toronto/ No deadline listed
We’re back to publishing monthly job postings! We’ve got a wide range of opportunities across the country — including an editor/designer job sent directly to us by an RJAA member on behalf of her client, a “recognized and respected” B2B publication in the Hamilton area. For more information on that opening, candidates are welcome to email Anne Wright directly.
- Reporter/Copy Editor / The Hill Times/ The Wire Report / Ottawa, Ontario / May 6, 2016
- Multimedia Reporter / Postmedia / Nipawin, Saskatchewan / No deadline listed
- Multimedia Journalist / Whitecourt Star / Mayerthorpe Freelancer / Whitecourt, Alberta / No deadline listed
- Reporter/Photographer / Metro English Canada / Vancouver, British Columbia / May 11
- Host (English Services) / CBC/RadioCanada / Quebec City, Quebec / No deadline listed
- Assignment Producer (CBC North) / Iqaluit, Nunavut / No deadline listed
- Assistant Professor of Journalism (tenuretrack) / Mount Royal University / Calgary, Alberta / No deadline listed
- Communications Officer (temporary) / Town of Collingwood / Collingwood, Ontario / May 16
- Staff Writer / CMD Group Canada Inc. / Markham, Ontario / No deadline listed
- Business ReporterEditor, Toronto / The Canadian Press / Toronto, Ontario / No deadline listed (posted April 28)
- Copywriter & Editor (3month contract) / Thomson Reuters / Scarborough, Ontario / No deadline listed (posted April 20)
- Editorial Intern / The Hockey News / Toronto, Ontario / No deadline listed (posted May 3)
- Copywriter (fulltime) / Wattpad / Toronto, Ontario / No deadline listed
- Reporter/Photographer / Postmedia Network Inc. / Sarnia, Ontario / May 13
- Reporter / CTV Ottawa news Bureau / Ottawa, Ontario / May 6
For this month’s round-up, we found a whopping 21 job openings, including opportunities at the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, the Globe and Mail and the CBC. Plus, ever wonder what it’d be like to work at a tech startup? Here’s your chance.
Full-time positions are open at the CBC, including a full-time parliamentary reporter role. Or for alumni looking to make a career hop, we’ve dug up a few permanent positions in public relations. The jobs aren’t all located in Toronto, either. If you’ve been following reports about Vancouver’s red-hot real estate market, the opening at BC Assessment might be of interest. The agency is in charge of developing and maintaining property assessments throughout British Columbia, in addition to providing property information to the public.
Reporter-producer/ MediaFace/ Toronto/ Jan. 20
Managing editor/ Benefits Canada/ Toronto/ Jan. 21
Web and social media coordinator/ Town of Richmond Hill/ Richmond Hill/ Jan. 26
Editor, part-time/ Marketwired/ Toronto/ No deadline given
Producer – content creator/ Shaw Media/ Toronto/ No deadline listed
Since the 1980s, waves of economic migrants from rural China have left their homeland bound for Italy but little attention is paid to them in the international press.
Determined to bring their stories to light, Suzanne Ma, a graduate of the 2006 Ryerson journalism class, spent five years shadowing a handful of Chinese economic migrants. The result is her debut non-fiction book, Meet Me In Venice, published in February and funded by a Pulitzer fellowship she won after graduating from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2009.