Monday, 29 August 2011

JOB TV/Print Producer/Writer/Photographer -- Inuvik with the The Inuvialuit Communications Society (ICS)

Television Producer/Writer/Photographer -- Inuvik

Television Producer/Writer/Photographer -- Inuvik -- Inuvialuit Regional Corporation
Company Overview:
Incorporated in 1985, the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation ("IRC") is the parent corporation of the Inuvialuit Corporate Group and is responsible for administering the Inuvialuit Final Agreement ("IFA") on behalf of Inuvialuit beneficiaries. Through its various subsidiaries, IRC manages the lands and financial compensation received by the Inuvialuit under the IFA. The corporate office is based in Inuvik, Northwest Territories. 
Job Description:
The Inuvialuit Communications Society (ICS), is an organization dedicated to sharing our people's journey, celebrating our cultures, inspiring our children and honouring the wisdom of our elders. We are dedicated to using multimedia to share our stories amongst ourselves in the regions, with all Canadians and with people around the world. ICS will produce a minimum of 3 hours of new television programming for each fiscal year with the potential of doing more hours if funding provides. The new series will feature at least six half hour episodes that will air in English and be mastered in Inuvialuktun for broadcast as well. Tusaayaksat is a newsmagazine that features news stories, articles and photo essays. Tusaayaksat mainly produced in English with the main story/article is produced in English and Inuvialuktun using one of the three dialects depending which area the story comes from. The magazine is published four times annually.  
Reporting to the Editor in Chief, the incumbent is responsible for supervising the publication of Tusaayaksat from start to finish, ensuring the stories are of interest and relevant to the Inuvialuit communities. Responsibilities will include soliciting news submissions, proofing stories, attending meetings, securing usage rights, photographing stories as necessary and other duties as it relates to the magazine. The incumbent will also be responsible for producing the television segments as described above.  
Qualifications: The successful candidate must have the following skills & abilities.
Applicants should have a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, English or related field and two years of experience in editing, journalism, or editorial research. The ideal candidate will be an efficient problem solver, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as demonstrate a dependable work ethic and the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.  
Compensation: TBD
Education Level: University Degree 
Position Type: Full-Time 
Position Duration: Permanent 
Apply By:
Phone - 867-777-7088
In Person
Fax - 867-777-4506
Canada Post
email -
Bag Service # 21 
Inuvik, NT
X0E 0T0 
Closing Date: Friday, September 02, 2011 


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