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Online Content Lead

Manager: Kalyn Steel, Director of Production
Hours: 8-12hrs/week. Must be flexible, as the news requires. Can be done remotely or in office.
Location: Lethbridge
Projected Start Date: Monday, May 13

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Maintain & grow BCN’s online platforms by continually monitoring content, analytics and implementing new strategies.
  • Post on Social Media as assigned.
  • Write news story briefs for web release as assigned, following CP guide.
  • Work with Marketing team to complete objectives and quarterly target goals.
  • Report to and communicate with team on a daily basis.
  • Work with sales team to ensure ad placements on website are accurate and on-schedule.
  • Research and communicate tips/reminders/skills to the team, regarding online content.

Qualities/ Strengths

  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Strategic visionary
  • Extreme proficiency with all social media platforms and tools.
  • Marketing & advertising knowledge, as well as creative or journalistic writing experience
  • Attention to detail including spelling, post settings, image size & quality.
  • Above average communication skills both inside and outside of the office
  • Strong admin & multi-tasking skills

A smartphone is required for this position, but some costs are compensated. Use of a laptop for assignments can be negotiated. Please send your resume, cover letter and salary expectation to Kalyn Steel at kalyn.steel@miraclechannel.ca.

Notes about our Organization

Bridge City News is operated out of The Miracle Channel Studios, under the call letters CJILTV. Miracle Channel is a Christian non-profit organization that has been committed to religious programming since 1996. We are a professional and inclusive work environment. All team members are required to respect one another, as well as their beliefs and worldviews.

Bridge City News' primary focus is to report the news of what's happening in Southern Alberta & around the world to those in our local market. We want to tell your stories from your perspective. Integrity & balanced in our journalism is of the utmost priority, as we seek to give Western Canada a voice.

Online Content Lead

Manager: Kalyn Steel, Director of Production
Hours: 8-12hrs/week. Must be flexible, as the news requires. Can be done remotely or in office.
Location: Lethbridge
Projected Start Date: Monday, May 13

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Maintain & grow BCN’s online platforms by continually monitoring content, analytics and implementing new strategies.
  • Post on Social Media as assigned.
  • Write news story briefs for web release as assigned, following CP guide.
  • Work with Marketing team to complete objectives and quarterly target goals.
  • Report to and communicate with team on a daily basis.
  • Work with sales team to ensure ad placements on website are accurate and on-schedule.
  • Research and communicate tips/reminders/skills to the team, regarding online content.

Qualities/ Strengths

  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Strategic visionary
  • Extreme proficiency with all social media platforms and tools.
  • Marketing & advertising knowledge, as well as creative or journalistic writing experience
  • Attention to detail including spelling, post settings, image size & quality.
  • Above average communication skills both inside and outside of the office
  • Strong admin & multi-tasking skills

A smartphone is required for this position, but some costs are compensated. Use of a laptop for assignments can be negotiated. Please send your resume, cover letter and salary expectation to Kalyn Steel at kalyn.steel@miraclechannel.ca.

Notes about our Organization

Bridge City News is operated out of The Miracle Channel Studios, under the call letters CJILTV. Miracle Channel is a Christian non-profit organization that has been committed to religious programming since 1996. We are a professional and inclusive work environment. All team members are required to respect one another, as well as their beliefs and worldviews.

Bridge City News' primary focus is to report the news of what's happening in Southern Alberta & around the world to those in our local market. We want to tell your stories from your perspective. Integrity & balanced in our journalism is of the utmost priority, as we seek to give Western Canada a voice.

Weekend Videographer/Editor

Manager: Kalyn Steel, Director of Production
Hours: 12-24 hrs/week. Must be available to work Saturdays. Increase in hours for summer vacation relief will be needed.
Location: Lethbridge
Projected Start Date: June 1st, 2019

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Report on Southern Alberta news & events. This would include but is not limited to: videography, written copy & non-linear editing.
  • Exporting and uploading of necessary items
  • Assist with EFP gear & equipment maintenance
  • Studio production as assigned

Qualities/ Strengths

  • Familiar with newsroom, and various edit platforms
  • Strong videography skills
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
  • Creative Writing, ability to think on your feet and produce news coverage
  • Attention to detail including spelling, gear settings, tidy work space and file management
  • Promptness
  • Above average communication skills both inside and outside of the office
  • Ability to work on a team, as well as independently

If you think you’d be an asset to the Bridge City News team, please email cover letter, resume & demo reel to Kalyn Steel, Director of Production at kalyn.steel@miraclechannel.ca.

Notes about our Organization

Bridge City News is operated out of The Miracle Channel Studios, under the call letters CJILTV. Miracle Channel is a Christian non-profit organization that has been committed to religious programming since 1996. We are a professional and inclusive work environment. All team members are required to respect one another, as well as their beliefs and worldviews.

Bridge City News' primary focus is to report the news of what's happening in Southern Alberta & around the world to those in our local market. We want to tell your stories from your perspective. Integrity & balanced in our journalism is of the utmost priority, as we seek to give Western Canada a voice.

Weekend Videographer/Editor

Manager: Kalyn Steel, Director of Production
Hours: 12-24 hrs/week. Must be available to work Saturdays. Increase in hours for summer vacation relief will be needed.
Location: Lethbridge
Projected Start Date: June 1st, 2019

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Report on Southern Alberta news & events. This would include but is not limited to: videography, written copy & non-linear editing.
  • Exporting and uploading of necessary items
  • Assist with EFP gear & equipment maintenance
  • Studio production as assigned

Qualities/ Strengths

  • Familiar with newsroom, and various edit platforms
  • Strong videography skills
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
  • Creative Writing, ability to think on your feet and produce news coverage
  • Attention to detail including spelling, gear settings, tidy work space and file management
  • Promptness
  • Above average communication skills both inside and outside of the office
  • Ability to work on a team, as well as independently

If you think you’d be an asset to the Bridge City News team, please email cover letter, resume & demo reel to Kalyn Steel, Director of Production at kalyn.steel@miraclechannel.ca.

Notes about our Organization

Bridge City News is operated out of The Miracle Channel Studios, under the call letters CJILTV. Miracle Channel is a Christian non-profit organization that has been committed to religious programming since 1996. We are a professional and inclusive work environment. All team members are required to respect one another, as well as their beliefs and worldviews.

Bridge City News' primary focus is to report the news of what's happening in Southern Alberta & around the world to those in our local market. We want to tell your stories from your perspective. Integrity & balanced in our journalism is of the utmost priority, as we seek to give Western Canada a voice.