Posted August 11, 2015 4 years 1 week ago

Arts & Information Editor, Knowledge Network

You are on a career track to become a great web-based publisher.  You’re a good writer and an even better editor.

We are Knowledge Network - British Columbia’s viewer-supported, commercial-free public broadcaster, offering documentary, arts, culture and children’s programming from around the world

Be part of something great as our Arts & Information Editor for Knowledge.ca.

Use your journalism skills and experience to build our website, Knowledge.ca, by curating daily and weekly licensed content from established Canadian and international publishers that supports our programming ethos.

You will report to the President’s Office and will be the web-based editorial voice of Knowledge.ca.  By understanding our programming priorities, you will create a compelling and engaging content experience that draws people to our site.  Your strong knowledge of current affairs and editorial skills will aid you in making the most of every opportunity to build traffic to our website.  In addition, we have special web-based projects on the horizon such as the BC-Canada 150 photography history project; and a second season of our hit documentary series, Emergency Room: Life + Death at VGH.

 

Our successful candidate will have an undergraduate or graduate degree, preferably in Journalism, and 1-3 years of experience in web-based writing, editing and publishing.  Excellent collaborative and communications skills are a must, along with impeccable grammar.  We offer a learning environment, a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

If you are ready to launch your career in web-based publishing by growing along with this new initiative, please submit web links to samples of your work, along with your resume by August 31, 2015 to hr@knowledge.ca.  Knowledge is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in everything we do.