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Each one of our staff plays such an important role in everything we do as a ministry. But what we love the most is that we really are a family! 

Miracle Channel is currently hiring for 2 positions.

Each one of our staff plays such an important role in everything we do as a ministry. But what we love the most is that we really are a family! 

Miracle Channel is currently hiring for 2 positions.

Bridge City News — Video Journalist

Hours: 40hrs/week. Must be flexible, as the news requires.
Location: Lethbridge, AB
Projected Start Date: Monday, October 7th, 2019

Miracle Channel is looking for a dedicated and well-rounded video journalist to join our production team

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Report on Southern Alberta news & events. This would include but is not limited to:

  • Videography, still photography, on-camera presence, & strong written copy.
  • Post on Social Media news account as assigned.
  • Some investigative journalism, particularly in the area of political and social issues, may be required from time to time.

Qualities/Strengths

  • Experience in a newsroom setting
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
  • Creative Writing, ability to think on your feet and produce news coverage
  • Passionate to find new stories and angles that truly relate to our audience.

A smartphone is required for this position, but some costs are compensated. Use of personal vehicle for assignments may be required. Successful candidates should feel comfortable working in a Christian environment.  Please apply with cover letter, resume and portfolio/demo reel to kalyn.steel@miraclechannel.ca before September 6th, 2019.

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.

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Bridge City News — Video Journalist

Hours: 40hrs/week. Must be flexible, as the news requires.
Location: Lethbridge, AB
Projected Start Date: Monday, October 7th, 2019

Miracle Channel is looking for a dedicated and well-rounded video journalist to join our production team

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Report on Southern Alberta news & events. This would include but is not limited to:

  • Videography, still photography, on-camera presence, & strong written copy.
  • Post on Social Media news account as assigned.
  • Some investigative journalism, particularly in the area of political and social issues, may be required from time to time.

Qualities/Strengths

  • Experience in a newsroom setting
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
  • Creative Writing, ability to think on your feet and produce news coverage
  • Passionate to find new stories and angles that truly relate to our audience.

A smartphone is required for this position, but some costs are compensated. Use of personal vehicle for assignments may be required. Successful candidates should feel comfortable working in a Christian environment.  Please apply with cover letter, resume and portfolio/demo reel to kalyn.steel@miraclechannel.ca before September 6th, 2019.

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.

Download these details