Canada Summer Jobs: Multimedia Storyteller
Watershed Watch Salmon Society is seeking a Multimedia Storyteller to create engaging digital content for our social media channels. With the guidance of our Communications Manager and other members of our team, the Multimedia Storyteller will profile our staff and allies, and our work and related issues to produce digital content including photographs, videos and infographics, to help advance our efforts to protect wild salmon.
The successful applicant will develop skills in environmental communication, public relations, community engagement, and small-scale project management. They will be offered training in a variety of communications-related areas and have the opportunity to learn about wild salmon and advocacy.
Training and ongoing support will be provided by the Communications Manager and other Watershed Watch staff. The position offers a wide range of learning opportunities and room for creativity.
Note that this position is funded through the Canada Summer Jobs program and all candidates must meet the eligibility requirements noted below.
Salary: $18 per hour
Job type: Full-time (37.5 hrs/week)
Duration: 16 weeks (with possible extension)
Start/End dates: Immediately – August 28, 2019, with the possibility of extension (funding dependent)
Location: Lower Mainland or Victoria, B.C.
Deadline to apply: June 5, 2020