Journaliste municipal, Radio Victoria

En ondes depuis 12 ans, Radio Victoria est la seule radio communautaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique. Localisée à Victoria, elle a pour mission de porter la voix des francophones et francophiles de la région, en proposant des programmes innovants dans les domaines de l’information, de l’éducation, du social, de la culture, du divertissement et du développement communautaire.

Relevant de la direction générale, Radio Victoria est à la recherche d’un ou d’une journaliste afin de produire et d’animer deux émissions hebdomadaires sur l’actualité municipale du Grand Victoria.

Statut d’embauche : employé.e
Horaire de travail : 40 h par semaine
Durée du contrat : Du 21 février 2020 au 31 mars 2021
Salaire : 20 $/h

La personne retenue devra assister aux conseils municipaux de Victoria, Saanich, Esquimalt et Oak Bay, aux réunions pertinentes du Capital Regional District et de la police de Victoria.
Elle devra ensuite choisir les actualités les plus pertinentes pour ses deux émissions hebdomadaires, réaliser des entrevues, produire les émissions en respectant les échéanciers et rédiger de courts textes pour chaque nouvelle présentée.

Formation et expériences requises :

• Formation en journalisme
• Expérience en animation radio nécessaire
• Connaissance basique des équipements radiophoniques
• Bonne connaissance de l’actualité locale et du fonctionnement des conseils municipaux
• Grande autonomie et esprit d’initiative
• Rigueur et éthique journalistique en accord avec le code de déontologie de la FPJQ
• Très bonne maîtrise de l’anglais à l’oral et l’écrit (toutes les réunions des différents conseils municipaux sont en anglais)
• Être légalement autorisé de travailler au Canada

Si vous pensez être le ou la candidate idéale, envoyez votre CV ainsi qu’une lettre de motivation et une démo radio au directeur général Pierre Chauvin à dg@radiovictoria.ca avant le 14 février 2020.
Cet emploi est rendu possible grâce au programme Initiative de journalisme local, administré par le FCRC et financé par Patrimoine canadien.

Radio Victoria invite les personnes appartenant à un large éventail de groupes et communautés à présenter leur candidature, y compris en ce qui a trait à la langue, l’origine ethnoculturelle, le sexe, l’identité de genre ou sexuelle, l’âge, les croyances religieuses et les capacités (liste non exhaustive).

Offres d’emplois – Bulletin de nouvelles Teamsters Canada

Le syndicat des Teamsters canadiens est à la recherche d’un lecteur de nouvelles et d’une lectrice de nouvelle afin de livrer un bulletin d’informations préenregistré une à deux fois par mois sur la chaîne YouTube de Teamsters Canada. Le candidat et la candidate doivent parler parfaitement bien anglais et/ou français et doivent être en mesure de se libérer 2 à 4 heures par mois. L’enregistrement des bulletins de nouvelles sera effectué au bureau national des Teamsters à Laval. Le salaire sera de 250 $ par tranche de deux bulletins de nouvelles. Contactez Stéphane Lacroix : slacroix@teamsters.ca avant la deuxième semaine de février.

The Canadian Teamsters Union is looking for a news reader to deliver a pre-recorded news report once or twice per month on Teamsters Canada’s YouTube channel. The candidate must be fluent in English and/or French and be able to free up 2 to 4 hours per month. The news bulletins will be recorded at the Teamsters National Office in Laval.The salary will be $250 per two news bulletins. Contact Stéphane Lacroix: slacroix@teamsters.ca before the second week of February.

Broadview summer internship

SEEKING INTERNSHIP APPLICANTS

We are pleased to offer a talented student the opportunity to learn and earn at Broadview’s Toronto offices.

Interested in a career in journalism? Under 30? Enrolled in a Canadian post-secondary institution? Then we invite you to apply for the Muriel Duncan Broadview Internship, which offers the successful applicant $7,200 to work with Broadview’s staff in Toronto for 12 weeks this summer.

Please submit your resumé, cover letter, three writing samples and three story ideas that demonstrate your familiarity with the publication to Jocelyn Bell, Editor/Publisher, at general@broadview.org.

Application deadline: Friday, Jan. 24, 2020.

Broadview is an equal-opportunity employer committed to diversity. We welcome all interested parties to apply. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. While we sincerely thank all those who apply, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

Canadian Association of Journalists 2020 internship call for applications

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is seeking a post-secondary student intern to work with the CAJ board of directors and other journalists during the Winter/Spring term.

The internship will run from January 20 to April 20, 2020 and offers an opportunity to connect with journalists across the country while gaining insights into advocacy and professional development work done by the CAJ.

This opportunity is open exclusively to post-secondary students who can use the internship program for academic credit. 

Duties include: conducting interviews and writing articles for the CAJ’s monthly newsletter, website and social platforms; assisting with student membership drives; assisting with research for select board committees; assisting with coordination of the CAJ’s annual awards program. 

The ability to speak and write in French is an asset.

Most of the work will be done remotely since the CAJ’s board members are spread out across the country and we don’t have a main office. 

We offer a small honorarium ($500), a free one-year CAJ membership, and a CAJ membership card. 

Applicants are to submit a one-page letter of interest, a copy of their CV, and up to three published pieces. Please send all inquiries and applications to admin@caj.ca with the subject line ‘CAJ internship January 2020’. 

The ideal candidate will be available to attend the CAJ’s annual national conference taking place in Montreal May 29-31.

Internship applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. ET on January 12, 2020.

The Canadian Association of Journalists is a professional organization with more than 700 members across Canada. The CAJ’s primary roles are public-interest advocacy work and professional development for its members.

 

Senior reporter/assistant editor at Nunatsiaq News

Join an award-winning journalism team making a difference in Canada’s Arctic. Nunatsiaq News is the newspaper of record for the Eastern Arctic. Serving 39 communities and 70,000 readers a week with its website and its weekly print edition, Nunatsiaq News continues to grow its readership, web visits and advertising. We offer credible, in-depth and award-winning journalism, which draws readers from the North, southern Canada and around the world.
Job description
We’re looking for a seasoned reporter to help drive our coverage of Nunavut. The position, which is based in our Iqaluit office, offers a great opportunity to report on a wide range of issues, including major crimes, government controversies, the impacts of climate change on the Arctic, and Indigenous arts and culture.
You’ll be expected to identify news stories and either write them or assign them to our two full-time reporters based in the Iqaluit office and to visiting southern-based reporters, as well as providing guidance on the writing of these stories and doing first edits. The job also involves working closely with the paper’s editors on the content and direction of the paper.
Qualifications
The ideal candidate will have:
• At least three years’ experience working as a journalist

• A track record of meeting deadlines and breaking stories

• Proven news judgment

• Strong interviewing, writing, reporting and editing skills

• The ability to work well with others and willingness to invest time in improving their work
• A driver’s licence.
Closing date: Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020
Nunatsiaq News offers competitive compensation, including relocation assistance if required, subsidized housing, a car, health and medical benefits, profit sharing and an opportunity for career growth.
Email resumés and samples of your work to:
Patricia Lightfoot, Managing Editor Nunatsiaq News
Email: patricial@nunatsiaq.com www.nunatsiaq.com

Civic and Community Video Journalist

Station Name: CHNE
Location: Cheticamp, Nova Scotia
Term: This is a time limited position (16 month term) which will end on March 31, 2021. The position will be 35hrs/week @ $20/hour
Description
Acadian Communications Ltd (CHNE) is looking for an experienced reporter to work as a Civic and Community Video Journalist.
This position is funded by The Local Journalism Initiative and has been made possible by the Government of Canada, administered by The Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations (CACTUS).
The candidate will be producing civic journalism, which is defined as reportage about the activities of the country’s civic institutions (for example, courthouses, city halls, band councils, school boards, federal Parliament or provincial legislatures) or subjects of public importance to society.
The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of video journalism, an understanding of how local issues impact residents, and a passion for storytelling and solid media production skills, especially in video. It is equally important that the candidate understands the principles of community based media — they will function as the leader of a team of volunteer community media makers who will collaboratively create professional quality content delivered through video, web, podcasts and social media.
Requirements of the position include:
High degree of self motivation and proven ability to generate story ideas.
A demonstrated ability to identify, research and produce engaging video stories, panel discussions, and interviews for local audiences Strong digital video skills including editing; experience in audio, social media, online journalism and media writing are assets
Excellent interviewing skills, demonstrating an ability to establish an appropriate rapport with sources
Proven ability to work with volunteers to create high quality professional productions
Strong organizational and time management skills, ensuring deadlines are always met;
Have a keen interest in civic issues and politics;
A valid driver’s licence.
(if applicable) must be able to work in both of Canada’s official languages
Qualifications
In addition, preference will be given to candidates who:
Have a demonstrated understanding, or experience with community based media organizations
Demonstrated ability to work with volunteers, preferably in a media production setting
Have a strong understanding of online reporting and social media, and the appropriate integration of those tools to complement video products;
ability to work in both official languages
To apply, please email or call us to arrange pick up of an application package.
chne@aclnet.ca
902-224-2226
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Acadian Communications is an advocate for equity and is committed to ensuring representation in its community. We welcome applications from members of visible minorities, women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. Acadian Communications seeks to maintain its commitment to excellence and recognizes that increasing the diversity of its workplace supports this objective.

Journalist/Researcher Internship at Global Goodness

Function: Journalist/Researcher
Area of activity: Journalism / Internet / Media / WebTV
Location: 4543 Fabre Street, Montreal, QC H2J 3V7
Type of contract: full or part-time
Length: 3 to 6 months (or according to agreement)
Start date: Winter & Spring 2020 (available position throughout the year)
Level: University level
Condition: unpaid
Global Goodness is a media dedicated to positive news and its impacts. We broadcast and produce news about people, organizations or companies working to make a positive
difference in the world.
Under the supervision of the director of information, the intern will have to research subjects, and write articles. He/she will also have to do the research of contents for our web platforms and our blog.
Profile and requirements:
• Mastery of web communication tools
• Proficiency in English, both orally and in writing. Good practice of French. Another language is an asset.
• Good knowledge of word processing software (Office suite) and internet browsing
• Knowledge of the WordPress platform
• Knowledge of image-processing software (Photoshop or other)
• Intern must have a laptop
• Creativity, openness, autonomy
• Motivated, passionate, respectful and professional
• Good control of stress and pressure
Apply now by sending us a motivation letter and a curriculum vitae in French or English and by specifying your availability dates to: internship@globalgoodness.ca

Writers wanted for Quench

Quench magazine is looking for article writers for our website. We would like to offer a writing opportunity to journalism students, as a way for them to build their online portfolio, gain experience working with a publication and even make a little money on the side.

About Quench
Quench is Canada’s only nationwide food and drinks magazine. We started in 1973 as a newsletter named Tidings that focused on educating passionate wine lovers about the wine world. Since then, we have grown into a subscribed food and drink publication with over half a million readers. Our focus has shifted with more wine, beers and spirits from around the world, easy-to-create recipes, spotlights on estates and producers, ideas for home improvement, and the top food and wine trends … and we do it all in an easy-to-understand language that appeals to the everyday gourmet and the experienced connoisseur.

Our content is divided into Quench Digital and Quench Print. Quench Digital includes our website and social media platforms, as well as the newsletter and etc. Our print magazine is published eight times a year.

About the opportunity
We are currently looking for new writers who are able to write 1 to 2 web-based articles per month. These are short articles – up to 500 words – and would focus on new trends in food, drink, travel, home, etc. This is a remote position – no office or meetings.

To apply, contact Managing Editor Lisa Hoekstra at lhoekstra@quench.me

Student journalist to cover Concordia International event

We are seeking a student journalist to cover the “Collaborating with the European Union under a New Context” event held by Concordia International.
Objectives: The purpose of this event is to inspire collaborations between Canada and European institutions by promoting research opportunities for researchers and faculty members and creating a space for networking
Deliverable: We would like someone to write a report (2-4 pgs) on the event with specific focus on: a) Overview of the event b) Summary of the panel discussions c) Advice provided by the panelists d) Interactions during the Q&A section e) Programs and funding offered by the organizations participating
This report will then be used to make a brochure that will be distributed to people who attended the event. We are working with UCS on the brochure, but we need someone who can attend the event and write a report as UCS is unavailable.
The event is on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 from 10:00a.m – 2:00p.m, and we would like the report from the journalist submitted by December 10th, 2019 at the latest.
The event will take place in the Concordia Conference Centre (MB 9th floor)
Requirements: – Someone who has experience writing reports – Preferably someone who has knowledge on the EU and the research landscape
Compensation: the student will be paid a total of $150.00 for their work on this project.
To apply, please contact amabel.zackon-gonzalez@concordia.ca

Assistant(e) en relation média à l’Agence Kalima à Paris et Marseille

Destination : Paris et Marseille, France
Date limite : 04.11.2019
LOJIQ – Les Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec – souhaite soutenir un(e) stagiaire à titre
d’Assistant(e) en relation média à l’Agence Kalima à Paris et Marseille, France, du 27 janvier au 17
avril 2020.
Milieu de stage
Kalima est une agence de conseil en communication, spécialisée en relation avec les médias et engagée auprès d’entreprises innovantes. Son champ d’expertise se situe au niveau des relations de presse et relations publiques, des communications institutionnelles, des conseils stratégiques en communication, des médias sociaux, des influenceurs et de la gestion de crise.
Cliquez ici pour plus de renseignements sur l’agence : http://www.kalima-rp.fr/
Description du mandat
Sous la supervision du chef d’équipe, le/la stagiaire aura pour mandat de :
Participer à la rédaction des documents (communiqué de presse, alerte médias, Save The Date, proposition de sujet…);
Élaborer une revue de presse économique et business quotidienne;
Faire le suivi des échéances rédactionnelles;
Faire de la veille sur les réseaux sociaux de l’écosystème des clients;
Collaborer avec le département digital;
Gérer les médias lors des évènements publics;
Gérer et faire le suivi des demandes journalistiques;
Prendre en charge les dossiers de presse;
Contribuer aux séances d’information (briefing) et remue-ménages avec les clients;
Collaborer à la communication de l’agence et de ses clients.
Critères d’admissibilité
Être âgé de 18 à 35 ans;
Être citoyen canadien ou détenteur du statut de résident permanent;
Détenir une carte valide d’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ);
Habiter au Québec depuis au moins un an;
Avoir terminé ses études et être sans emploi ou sous-employé (occuper un emploi à temps partiel
dans un domaine non lié à sa formation);
Les travailleurs autonomes sont également admissibles.
Il est à noter que les étudiants ne sont pas admissibles.
Si votre candidature est acceptée, vous devez, pour pouvoir bénéficier du soutien de LOJIQ, être
membre de la Fondation LOJIQ. L’adhésion annuelle de 25 $ vous permet de soutenir les actions de LOJIQ auprès des jeunes Québécois engagés dans une démarche de mobilité internationale, et vous procure des avantages négociés auprès de partenaires.
Profil recherché
Avoir obtenu un diplôme universitaire en lien avec le mandat du stage;
Faire preuve de dynamisme, être rigoureux et avoir le sens de l’autonomie;
Détenir une très bonne capacité d’organisation, de rédaction, d’analyse et de synthèse;
Avoir beaucoup d’entregent et de bonnes qualités relationnelles;
Être familier avec les médias sociaux tels que Facebook et Twitter et avoir une forte appétence
pour le digital;
Posséder une excellente connaissance de la langue française et anglaise, parlée et écrite;
Avoir une bonne maîtrise des outils informatiques (environnement Mac);
Aimer les défis !
Soutien financier offert
Après acceptation de sa candidature, le participant recevra de LOJIQ :
Le remboursement de 65% du coût du transport international jusqu’à concurrence d’un montant
de 750$ ;
La couverture d’une assurance responsabilité civile et un soutien financier conditionnel et partiel
pour l’obtention d’une « assurance voyage / soins médicaux d’urgence » pour la durée du projet à
l’étranger ;
Un montant forfaitaire pour le transport au Québec pour les participants provenant de certaines
régions éloignées ;
Un per diem de 350 $ par semaine pendant 12 semaines.
L’Agence Kalima offre:
Une indemnité mensuelle de 603,75 euros ;
Des tickets restaurant de 8,30 € par jour de travail;
La prise en charge de 50% de l’abonnement aux transports en commun.
Autres conditions de participation :
Les frais de séjour, ainsi que tous les autres frais (passeport, taxes d’aéroport, frais pour les
bagages, etc.) sont à la charge du stagiaire ;
Le stagiaire doit posséder un passeport valide au moins 6 mois après la date de retour prévue, ou
s’engager à faire les démarches nécessaires pour remplir cette condition avant le départ;
La/le stagiaire s’engage à voyager sans accompagnateur.
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NB : Les membres LOJIQ obtiennent des rabais et des avantages notamment auprès d’Air
Canada, Escapade Assurance Voyage, Hotels.com, voir la liste complète ici.
Votre candidature doit comprendre
Votre curriculum vitae actualisé ;
Une lettre exposant votre situation face à l’emploi, vos expériences, vos motivations et objectifs en
lien avec ce stage ainsi que les bénéfices et retombées que vous pensez retirer de cette
expérience.
Pour soumettre votre candidature, vous devez
1. Créer un compte sur le Portail LOJIQ;
2. Cliquer ici pour accéder au formulaire de fiche de candidatures sur le Portail LOJIQ.
Date limite pour soumettre votre candidature
Lundi le 4 novembre 2019 à 17h.
Pour information
Gabrielle Plasse
Adjointe au programme
Les Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec
418-644-2750 poste 311 ou au numéro sans frais 1-800-465-4255
gplasse(at)lojiq.org
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