Newsroom Radio Room Internship

Company: Toronto Star
Category: Newspaper Organization
Job: Newsroom Radio Room Internship
Location: Toronto, ON
Deadline to apply: June 19, 2017
Duration: N/A

Description:
The Toronto Star is looking for new journalists for our Radio Room internship. The Star hires current post-secondary students to staff its radio room.

Radio Room reporters make regular checks with police, fire and paramedics and monitor social media and other sources for breaking news. They provide quick tips to the newsroom and sometimes do original reporting for all the Star’s platforms.
The work environment is often hectic, so successful candidates must be calm, well-organized and able to juggle several tasks at once. Radio Roomers must be able to persuade sometimes reluctant officials to talk and be prepared to interview victims and family members touched by crime or accidents.
Experience in a daily news environment is a strong asset.
The Radio Room is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by post-secondary students working eight-hour shifts. Several students are hired in late summer to work part-time during the school year; a second group of students is hired to work through the summer months.

Position Requirements:
The ideal candidate should be:
• 
Enthusiastic
• talented
• curious
intelligent journalists with a strong work ethic, positive attitude and
have a passion for journalism who bring energy, ideas and new perspectives to their work.
• strong reporting skills and the ability to work quickly and accurately are required.

If you are fluent in a language other than English, please include that information in your application.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
• Cover letter: please include your email address, snail mail address and phone number. Make sure your contact details are on the first page
 Resume
 Some examples of your reporting

Miscellaneous
https://www.thestar.com/
Interns work with full-time staff in a challenging but supportive environment. All Star internships are paid, contract positions.

Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
All submissions will be treated as confidential.

 

Reporting Internship

Company: Toronto Star
Category: Newspaper Organization
Job: Reporting Internship
Location: Toronto, ON
Deadline to apply: June 19, 2017
Duration: From September 2017 to September 2018.

Description:
The Toronto Star is looking for early-career journalists for our one-year reporting internship.

Successful candidates will work on the breaking news desk, where they will work on a variety of stories. Journalists must be able to shoot photos and should have multimedia skills, and story pitches are encouraged by editors.
This internship is open to college- and university-level students or fewer than five years removed from graduation who have never held a full-time, permanent staff position at a company that publishes news daily.


Position Requirements:
The ideal candidate should be:
• 
Enthusiastic
• talented
• curious
intelligent journalists with a strong work ethic, positive attitude and
have a passion for journalism who bring energy, ideas and new perspectives to their work.
• strong reporting skills and the ability to work quickly and accurately are required.

If you are fluent in a language other than English, please include that information in your application.

A full, unrestricted Ontario driver’s licence is required. Applicants must have the legal right to work in Canada.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
• Cover letter: please include your email address, snail mail address and phone number. Make sure your contact details are on the first page
 Resume
 Eight examples of your reporting

Toronto Star intern reporters are expected to be keen observers of our city, interested in the people, places and events that make this a vibrant, complex community in which to live.
In that spirit, please write us a 50-word pitch on something you’ve seen – and that others may not know about – that you think would make a great story.

Note: Submit all requirements in one document. If part of your submission is multimedia,
please be sure it is attached.

Miscellaneous
https://www.thestar.com/
Toronto Star One-Year Reporting Internship
Interns work with full-time staff in a challenging but supportive environment. All Star internships are paid, contract positions.

Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
All submissions will be treated as confidential.

Writer and Editor Internship

Company: The Pop Culture Rainman™ PopCultureRainman.com
Category: Digital Entertainment Media Brand
Job: Writer & Editor Internship
Location: Montreal, QC
Deadline to apply: May 29, 2017
Duration: 120 Hours Spread Out Throughout May 2017 to Mid August 2017.

Description:
PopCultureRainman.com  offers a Content Creation, Video Production, Social Media Management, CJAD Radio Show Internship.

PopCultureRainman.com is seeking exceptional editorial + multimedia all-stars.
Do you have high-brow opinions on viral news? Do you have experience in radio or podcasting?

 

Position Requirements:
The candidate should have a passion for pop culture, music, fashion and trend spotting.
The ideal candidate should have preferably high-brow opinions on viral news.
He/she must be in an undergraduate or graduate diploma program in Department of Journalism.

PopCultureRainman.com is seeking creative candidates who possess at least 3 or more of the following skill sets:

• Exceptional writing and digital editorial skills. Your 1000-word pop culture think-pieces could easily appear in Vice.ca or Vulture.com. You know how to pitch original ideas that will align with The Pop Culture Rainman™ brand and can inspire an editorial calendar. You craft engaging, quality copy whether its for a blog post, newsletter, a Twitter or Facebook page post.
• Video Production + Editing. Experience in lighting, production, direction & editing.
• Professional Photography Skills. An eye for style and design.
• Digital Communications Specialist. Email Marketing, Social Media Management, WordPress + Plugins, Content Creation for Instagram. Good Knowledge of online digital strategies for audience growth, SEO + social analytics tools.
• Experience in radio or podcasting. Producing and editing a podcast is an asset. Radio assistant, research, fact-checking, script writing/lead ins for upcoming CJAD radio show titled “Pop Life.” Pre, mid, post production tasks, including guest booking + relations. Video production for Facebook live + YouTube.
• Promotional television show appearances pre + post production tasks.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
A resume + a brief cover letter detailing why you are an editorial and multimedia all-star! The candidate should also pitch 2 original ideas/essays that would work for popculturerainman.com
Attached examples of your creative work are also encouraged.

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
Renee Gold: Renee@popculturerainman.com

Miscellaneous
https://popculturerainman.com/
The compensation is Academic/Course Credit.

 

Reporter

Company: EAP
Category: Publisher of newspapers
Job: Reporter
Location: Rockland, Embrun ON
Duration: N/A

Description:
EAP, publisher of newspapers in Lachute, QC, Hawkesbury, Rockland, Embrun ON, is seeking the services of an individual capable of writing articles in both French and English for its Rockland and Embrun newspapers.

Working with the managing editor of EAP, the individual will be responsible for:
•  researching and
•  writing the articles and
•  liaising with community members to obtain photos and information for publication in the newspaper and electronic platforms.

The selected individual will also:
• cover some of the community events to collect the information,
• take pictures and shoot videos.

This full-time position is available immediately.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
A resume

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
The managing editor, François C. Legault, at: francois.legault@eap.on.ca

Miscellaneous
For further information: 1-613-443-2741

 

 

 

 

Volunteer at the world’s biggest mobility event

Company: Movin’On
Category:  Event
Job: Volunteer
Location: Montreal, QC
Deadline to apply: N/A
Duration: 3 days

Description:
Movin’On, the world’s biggest mobility event will take place in Montreal.
For this event, Movin’On is looking for engaged volunteers.

Purpose:
Participating in Movin’On 2017 means:
• Being surrounded by key players in the field of sustainability.
• Being an integral part of an innovative event and contributing to its national and international standing.
• Forming special relationships with other volunteers, the C2 team and conference participants.
• Obtaining exclusive training offered by professionals on the C2 team.

Position Requirements:
The candidates should be:
Bilingual (French and English)
• Available throughout the event, June 13-15, 2017
• Present at the two training sessions, the evening of May 30, and June 12 all day.

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
Please fill directly in this form.

Miscellaneous
https://movinon.michelin.com/en/volunteer/

Training specific to each volunteer position will also be given.

 

Writer

Company: The Catholic Register
Category:  Community Newspaper
Job: Writer, volunteer position
Location: Toronto, ON
Deadline to apply: June 26, 2017
Duration: A year

Description:
The Catholic Register is looking for aspiring young writers, ages 16 to 25.
This is a volunteer position.

Purpose:
The participants will have the opportunity to work with media professionals in Catholic media and to be published in a national newspaper.

Position Requirements:
The idea candidate is an inspiring writer.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
Each applicant must submit:
1.A nomination letter written by a youth minister, pastor or teacher who will vouch that the applicant has a demonstrated interest in media and communications and is a committed Catholic.

2. A resume indicating any journalism experience (e.g. school or campus newspaper, yearbook, photography, relevant courses and other employment history and academic accomplishments).

3. This application form

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
Jean Ko Din
Youth Speak News editor:
1155 Yonge St. Suite 401
Toronto, Ont. M4T 1W2
jean.kodin@catholicregister.org

Miscellaneous
http://catholicregister.org/

Contact manager/ Production manager internship

Company: Toast
Category: Content Agency
Job: Contact manager/ Production manager internship
Location: Montreal, QC
Deadline to apply: April 30th
Duration: 10 weeks, from june 5 to mid-august

Description:
Toast offers two internships positions: content manager and production manager.

The Content manager will be expected to work on:
• writing,
• research,
• animation
•cnd coordination

The production manager will be expected to work on:
• camera,
• sound
• and editing

At the end, the intern will have produced 5 to 7 projects with video, photo and writting.
He/She will have a freedom in content creation.

The intern will attend meetings and pitches with videographers, production directors, producers, directors and collaborators from Toast. Meetings every Monday and Friday

Position Requirements:
The intern should have her/his own equipment to film and edit.
This candidate should be: curious, motivated and passionate students who like to learn and work as a team.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
1/A document with your name, age, university program with a text explaining why you should be selected and a description of your past experiences (1 to 1 ⅕ page).

2/ Your resume ending with Youtube or Vimeo links leading to some of your experiences:
– To the content: video where you speak in front of the camera + excerpts from past
experiences
– To the production: some productions on which you worked.

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
Véronique Thériault at theriault@gotoast.ca

Miscellaneous
https://www.gotoast.ca/

Stage en communication

Entreprise : Canadian Wind Energy Association
Catégorie : Energie verte
Job: Stage en Communication
Lieu : Montréal (Le Plateau Mont-Royal), QC
Date d’échéance :  Avant le 21 avril 2017
Durée : 1er mai au 6 octobre 2017

Description :
L’Association canadienne de l’énergie éolienne (CanWEA) est à la recherche d’un candidat pour un poste de temporaire de 5 mois comme stagiaire en communications. Relevant du Directeur pour le Québec, le/la stagiaire en communications a le mandat d’offrir un soutien dans les tâches reliées aux communications et relations publiques.

Les responsabilités du poste incluent :
• Rédaction de certains textes (lettres, lettres ouvertes, communiqués de presse, etc.) ;
• Alimentation du contenu (suggestion de thèmes à développer, de lignes de communication, de blogues, etc.) ;
• Soutien à l’élaboration d’un plan de communications destiné au Québec et pour le Congrès annuel de l’Association ;
• Révision des traductions (communiqués, publications de CanWEA, sites web, matériel promotionnel, etc.) ;
• Révision du contenu francophone lié au Congrès annuel de l’Association ;
• Révision et maintien du contenu du site Internet en français ;
• Révision et création de contenu francophone pour les médias sociaux ;
• Amélioration du lexique de CanWEA avec le traducteur ;
• Soutien à la veille médiatique ;
• Compilation et mise à jour d’une liste médias au Québec et au Canada francophones ;
• Diffusion de l’information relative au Congrès ;
• Personne-ressource pour les médias francophones lors du Congrès de l’Association du 3 au 5 octobre 2017 à Montréal.

Profil Requis:
Le candidat idéal répond aux critères suivants :
• Études en communications de premier cycle terminées ou en cours. 2e cycle un atout.
• Autonomie, dynamisme et débrouillardise
• Souci du détail
• Capacité à travailler sur de multiples projets à la fois
• Capacité à travailler sous la pression
• Excellentes capacités rédactionnelles en français
• Très bon anglais parlé et écrit
• Intérêt pour les énergies renouvelables et les politiques énergétiques et climatiques

LE CANDIDAT DOIT SOUMETTRE :
Un curriculum vitae et une lettre de présentation

Pour plus d’informations ou pour postuler, merci d’envoyer votre CV à:
Jean-Frédérick Legendre : jflegendre@canwea.ca

Divers
http://canwea.ca/
L’Association canadienne de l’énergie éolienne est un employeur qui prône l’égalité des chances et toutes les personnes qui souhaitent poser leur candidature sont invitées à le faire.

L’association ne communiquera qu’avec les candidats sélectionnés pour une entrevue.

Adjoint en production numérique, Communications

Entreprise : Innovation.ca
Catégorie : Fondation
Emploi : Adjoint en production numérique, Communications
Lieu : bureaux du CFI, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler : Vendredi 7 Avril, 2017
Durée : De Mai à Août 2017, temps plein

Description:
La FCI souhaite embaucher dès maintenant un adjoint en production numérique pour se joindre à l’équipe de Relations extérieures et communications. Le titulaire participera à la production, au montage et à la révision de produits de communication vidéo, audio et écrit destinés aux communautés en ligne et aux réseaux sociaux de la FCI.

Les responsabilités inclueront :
• 
Contribuer à la coordination des enregistrements audio et vidéo lors d’évènements et de visites d’établissements, et autres endroits, au besoin.
• Participer à la production, au montage et au téléchargement de contenu devant être affiché sur YouTube et sous forme de balados (le titulaire exécutera des activités relatives à la recherche, à la transcription, à la rédaction de scripts, à la vérification des faits, à la préparation de clips audio et vidéo, à la collecte de rouleaux-B, à la tenue d’entrevues et à l’enregistrement de voix hors champ)
•  Participer à la diffusion du contenu audio et vidéo en préparant les fichiers aux fins d’affichage sur Innovation.ca, en rédigeant des titres, des mentions de source et des résumés de contenu audio et vidéo, et en coordonnant les exigences relatives à la traduction
•  Contribuer à l’organisation des archives de fichiers audio et vidéo, tant le matériel brut que final
•  Collaborer avec la rédactrice-réviseure principale (anglais), l’agente, Communications, Services multimédias et la directrice des communications pour veiller à l’uniformité et la qualité des produits audio et vidéo
•  Travailler avec l’équipe de rédaction pour élaborer des idées de contenu audio et vidéo destiné à Innovation.ca
• Participer au suivi des réseaux sociaux, et rendre compte des activités s’y déroulant, y compris YouTube, Soundcloud, Blubrry, Facebook et Twitter
•  Contribuer à la production de produits de communication de CRE, au besoin
•  Offrir un soutien additionnel à l’équipe de CRE, au besoin

Position Requirements:
Le titulaire est inscrit dans un programme d’études universitaires ou collégiales de journalisme, de communications ou équivalent, et il doit :
•  Avoir une connaissance technique de la suite Adobe Creative, dont Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop et Illustrator
• Posséder de l’expérience du montage vidéo Web

Connaitre le montage de contenu audio et vidéo (atout)
Avoir de solides aptitudes de communication ̶ tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit ̶ dans les deux langues officielles
Savoir utiliser les médiaux sociaux
Faire preuve de discernement, pouvoir mener plusieurs tâches de front et établir des priorités.
Être débrouillard et capable d’apprendre rapidement
• Avoir le souci du détail et utiliser des normes élevées du contrôle de la qualité
Adopter une vision et une approche souples
Vouloir travailler au sein d’une petite équipe dynamique


THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
A cv and a covering letter.

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
Eric Desjardins
Manager, Human Resources
Canada Foundation for Innovation, 230 Queen Street, Suite 450
Ottawa ON K1P 5E4
Fax: (613) 943-0923
hr@innovation.ca

Miscellaneous
https://www.innovation.ca/
La rémunération sera établie en fonction des qualifications et de l’expérience du candidat retenu.

Seuls les candidats choisis pour une entrevue seront contactés.

Digital Production Assistant, Communications

Company: Innovation.ca
Category: Foundation
Job: Digital Production Assistant
Location: CFI office, Ottawa, ON
Deadline to apply: Friday, April 7 2017
Duration: From May to August 2017, full time position

Description:
The CFI has an immediate need for a Digital Production Assistant to work with the External Relations and Communications team. This position will assist in the production and editing of video, audio and written communications products for the CFI’s social media networks and online communities.

The responsibilities will include:
• Help coordinate audio and video recording at events, institutional visits and on-site, as needed
• Assist in the production, editing and uploading of content for the CFI
YouTube and podcast channels (includes research, transcription, script writing, fact checking,
isolating video and audio clips, collecting b-roll, interviewing, recording voiceover, etc.)
• Assist with the dissemination of video and audio by preparing files for posting on innovation.ca,
writing headlines, video and podcast summaries and coordinating translation requirements
• Help maintain organized archive of video and audio files raw footage and final products
• Work with Senior Writer/Editor, Communications Officer, Multimedia and Director of
Communications to ensure consistency and quality of final video/audio products
• Work with the editorial team to develop storylines for video and audio for innovation.ca
• Assist in monitoring and reporting on social media networks, including YouTube, Soundcloud, Blubrry, Facebook and Twitter
• Contribute to various ERC communications products, as required
• Provide additional support to the ERC team, as required

Position Requirements:
The incumbent must be a university or college student enrolled in a journalism, communications or equivalent program and have:
Technical proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, including Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator
• Experience editing video for the we
• 
Experience editing audio for podcasts is an asset
• Superior communications skillswritten and spokenin both official languages
Proficiency with social media
Sound judgement, and the ability to multi-task and prioritize activity
Resourcefulness and ability to learn quickly

Attention to detail and high standard for quality control
A flexible outlook and approach
Desire to work in a small but dynamic team

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
A cv and a covering letter.

For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to:
Eric Desjardins
Manager, Human Resources
Canada Foundation for Innovation, 230 Queen Street, Suite 450
Ottawa ON K1P 5E4

Fax: (613) 943-0923
Miscellaneous
https://www.innovation.ca/
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.