Are you a passionate advocate for wild salmon in B.C.? Do you have experience with digital storytelling, including video and audio content creation, and live streaming? Are you comfortable communicating complex and controversial issues with a diversity of audiences from multiple demographics, locations and political identities? Well then we have a role for you!
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, allies, and our respective work on 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.
This is a 16 week Canada Summer Jobs funded position. As such, all candidates must meet the specific CSJ eligibility requirements. Please read the prerequisites carefully before applying!