CBC/Radio-Canada – Executive Producer, The Sunday Magazine (English Services) – Toronto, ON


Company: CBC/Radio-Canada

Location: Toronto, ON

Job description: Position Title: Executive Producer, The Sunday Magazine (English Services)Status of Employment: PermanentPosition Language Requirement:Language Skills:Work at CBC/Radio-CanadaAt CBC/Radio-Canada, we create content that informs, entertains and connects Canadians on multiple platforms. Our successes and accomplishments are driven by embodying and upholding values, which include creativity, integrity, inclusiveness and relevance.Do you think you have the ability and drive to keep up with this exciting, ever-changing industry? Whether it be in front of the camera, on air, online or behind the scenes, you would be joining a team that thrives on making connections and telling stories that are important to Canadians.Unposting Date: 2024-05-02 11:59 PMCBC Radio is looking for an Executive Producer for our national weekly current affairs program The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay. We need someone who can take the existing program to the next level by thoughtfully combining excellent in-depth, contextual and documentary storytelling with responsiveness and a live energy on Sunday mornings, attracting new audiences in the 30-49 target demographic on both broadcast and digital platforms.This is a permanent, full time position based in Toronto that requires some weekend work. Please note: there is a strong internal candidate.As the show leader, you inspire and motivate your team to come up with innovative and creative ideas for the continuing evolution of this program.You embrace new challenges and are confident of success – you have a proven ability to plan, communicate, execute and deliver on change.You are a journalist with a passion for telling the stories that connect Canadians wherever they are, and however they choose to access us.You have a keen understanding of the current media landscape, and a vision for where The Sunday Magazine needs to go next, to meet our expanding audience and distribution needs.You know how to build a strategy around the digital iterations of the program’s content (from podcasts to video), and how to plan for optimum cross departmental collaboration.You are focused on audience retention and growth, continuing to engage our existing audiences while growing others, especially those in the 30-49 demographic.You understand and embrace the importance of diversity of perspective, opinion and experience so that it is reflected in all hiring and programming decisions.Essential SkillsJournalistic and programming experience – you demonstrate clear strengths as a journalistic leader, ensuring balance and range of perspectives on the air. You are comfortable dealing with difficult situations, and are both aware of and able to lead content decisions based on the requirements of the JSP. You have proven programming sensibility in terms of editorial relevance and innovative treatments, with a focus on providing fresh and diverse perspectives that place current events into context.Commitment to responsiveness – you understand what this means for this program and how to integrate that into the more contemplative tone of a weekend program, diving into the deeper questions behind the news of the week, and maintaining the strong production qualities of storytelling that mark the show as “must hear” audio whether that’s on live or on demand platforms.Compassionate leader – you are an excellent team leader, with demonstrated skills on how to motivate people, and create the best creative environment for them to thrive in. You are experienced in change management with a proven record of introducing new objectives and priorities to a team, and implementing them in a supportive manner with successful results.Key RequirementsPossesses strong organizational and time management skills that enable you to coordinate a range of staffing schedules that are both distributed throughout the week and between home and office settingsDemonstrates proficiency in balancing live/responsive and taped/reflective coverage priorities to create an audience offer that delivers both expansion upon and diversion from the news cycleExhibits nimbleness to add, change and reschedule coverage priorities proportionally as news breaks – and modify the broader program lineup as needed.Assigns, produces and edits stories encompassing a wide range of subject matter including domestic politics, international affairs, the economy, health care, science and climate, media and technology, identity, first-person stories, arts and culture, and sports; uses a variety of treatments for telling those stories including panels, long-form interviews, short-form tape pieces and documentariesShows appreciation for the role of music in programming, exhibiting knowledge of a diversity of genres, styles and CanCon, and a deft ear in selecting pitch perfect pieces to complement storiesDemonstrates writing ability that channels the host’s unique voice seamlessly from opening bills and question lines through introductions and continuityManages resource allocation with the program, as well as budget and business outcomesLiaises with other programs and departments, including network news, local regions, communications and marketing and digital on cross-collaboration and promotionDevelops staff and freelance contributors by providing mentorship and opportunities; gives ongoing feedback and uses the performance management processLeads decision-making on journalistic policy, with responsibility to ensure all ethical and legal issues are addressedCommunicates with the audience, including responding to Ombud complaints.Has a minimum seven (7) years’ experience of which five must involve work in broadcasting or a closely related industry, with responsibilities directly relevant to this area of assignment.Candidates may be subject to skills and knowledge testing.We thank all applicants for their interest, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.CBC/Radio-Canada is committed to being a leader in reflecting our country’s diversity. That’s because we can only create and tell the stories that connect Canadians, by having a workforce that mirrors the ever-changing makeup of our country. That’s why we, as an employer, value equal opportunity and nurture an inclusive workplace where our individual differences are not only recognized and valued, but also extend to and pervade all the services we provide as Canada’s public broadcaster. For more information, visit the of our website. If you have accommodation needs at this stage of the recruitment process, please inform us as soon as possible by sending an e-mail to .You are invited to consult and familiarize yourself with our Code of Conduct, which can be found on our . All employees must adhere to the Code as a condition of employment. We also invite you to take a look at our policy on . In the event that you become an employee, it will be important to inform us, as quickly as possible, of any situation that, because of your hiring, constitutes or could appear to constitute a conflict of interest.Primary Location: Broadcast Centre 205 Wellington St. W., Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3G7Number of Openings: 1Work Schedule: Full time
CBC Radio Canada is looking for an Executive Producer for The Sunday Magazine, requiring journalistic and programming experience, commitment to responsiveness, and compassionate leadership skills. The ideal candidate should have strong organizational and time management skills, expertise in balancing live and taped coverage, and the ability to manage resources and budgets. The position entails working in Toronto on a full-time basis and coordinating with other programs and departments, while promoting diversity and inclusivity in storytelling.
Job Description:

We are looking for a reliable and experienced Warehouse Supervisor to oversee and coordinate the daily warehousing activities. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of the warehouse, including receiving, storing, packing, and shipping products. The Warehouse Supervisor will also be responsible for managing inventory, tracking orders, and maintaining a safe working environment.

– Supervise and coordinate the activities of warehouse staff
– Oversee the receipt, storage, and distribution of materials
– Manage inventory levels and maintain accurate records
– Ensure all orders are processed and shipped in a timely manner
– Monitor and maintain a safe working environment
– Train new employees on warehouse procedures and safety protocols
– Communicate with suppliers and customers to resolve any issues
– Implement and enforce company policies and procedures

– High school diploma or equivalent
– Previous experience in a warehouse supervisory role
– Strong organizational and multitasking skills
– Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities
– Ability to lift and move heavy objects
– Knowledge of warehouse operations and procedures
– Proficiency in Microsoft Office and inventory management software
– Forklift certification is a plus

If you meet the qualifications and are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, apply now to join our team as a Warehouse Supervisor.

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Job date: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 04:00:04 GMT

Opera Canada Magazine – Editorial Director – Toronto, ON

Company: Opera Canada Magazine

Location: Toronto, ON




Toronto, Ontario

Editorial Director

The Organization

Opera Canada magazine has been connecting the vibrant world of opera in Canada since 1960 with high quality professional arts journalism, in-depth interviews with its creators, artists and decision-makers as well as beautifully-illustrated features and reviews about productions from across the nation and internationally.

Opera Canada offers a comprehensive review of opera in Canada and of Canadians working in the opera world at large. In addition to our quarterly full-colour publication we deliver all the latest opera news through our website and on our active social media channels.

In 2000 Opera Canada introduced the Opera Canada Awards, nicknamed “The Rubies,” in honour of founding Editor, Ruby Mercer. This gala evening celebrates the talent and accomplishments of Canadians who have made a significant contribution to the opera world as artists, builders, administrators and philanthropists.

Our vision is to continue to be the voice of all opera in Canada, and of Canadians working in opera throughout the world, as we move into our next 50 years promoting Canadian opera and opera professionals. We aim to inform, educate, and celebrate Canadian opera in all its facets.

Opera Canada, a registered Canadian charity, is the oldest, continuously published arts periodical in Canada and is available quarterly by subscription and on select newsstands.

We believe this is an exciting time to join Opera Canada.


  • This role will report to a Board of Directors; the Editorial Director is responsible for overseeing the administration and editorial direction of Opera Canada print, digital and social media content.
  • Working closely with the Board of Directors, the Editorial Director will ensure an efficient operation that will effectively meet the annual organizational and financial goals of the corporation.
  • The Editorial Director will be the primary contact for Opera Canada and interface with public and private funding bodies, members of the opera field at large, and the public.
  • The Editorial Director will also ensure that all staff members are aligned with the vision of the corporation, and work with them to successfully achieve strategic priorities.
  • Staffing includes a Circulation & Marketing Manager, a Digital Content Specialist, a Development Officer, and writers.

Candidate Competencies:

  • Knowledge of Opera as an art form and the sector in Canada
  • Demonstrated passion for the arts
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with internal and external stakeholders, funding bodies and industry representatives
  • Organizational skills to balance the publication demands, digital projects and management requirements
  • Publishing / writing / editing / media experience or comparable with strong attention to detail
  • Management experience for a small staff and contractors
  • Digital marketing and social media expertise
  • Financial experience managing organizational budgets
  • Creative problem-solving and strategic planning skills to respond to the publishing, media and arts sectors

Responsibilities and Duties – Editor

  • Responsible for the full production of Opera Canada magazine, to be published four times a year in April, June, September, and December.
  • Act as public representative for Opera Canada in the matters of advocacy and public relations.
  • Working in partnership with the Board of Directors, the Editorial Director will develop and implement an operational plan that meets the business goals and objectives of the corporation.
  • Proactively address challenges in the internal and external environment that require good judgement and decision making practices.
  • The Editorial Director is an ex officio member of each committee and as such is invited to attend all meetings.

Responsibilities and Duties – Director

  • Manage 2+ staff members and contractors
  • Responsible for keeping the website and social media current and up to date.
  • Responsible for general administration and management of Opera Canada publications.
  • Working with Board committees and senior staff, the Editorial Director will be responsible for creating an annual operating budget that will be presented to the Board for approval.
  • Responsible for all reports that must be submitted for Board review
  • Accountable for all applications and reports to government funders
  • Ensure commitment and compliance to all applicable laws and regulations across the organization.

Performance Review:

  • With the assistance of invited Board members, an annual performance review will be completed with the Editorial Director, by the Board Chair.
  • In addition to reviewing past performance, future goals and objectives will be mutually developed.
  • A written copy of the Performance Review will be signed by the Board Chair and Editorial Director, and placed on file.

Work Environment

  • The Role is remote
  • Editorial Director will need to be present for key events, such as the Opera Canada awards (“The Rubies”) in Toronto and other events as needed


  • This is a contract position, and requires the submission of a monthly invoice
  • The salary range is between $65,000-$70,000 CND per annum, depending on experience.

Application Instructions

Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest, a resume, and a list of references in confidence by Friday, March 22, 2024 to:

Margaret Genovese

Senior Partner


1103-77 Carlton Street

Toronto, ON M5B 2J7



For additional information, see: ,

Opera Canada is committed to having a workforce that is reflective of the diversity in Canada and strongly encourages applications from all qualified individuals, especially those who can contribute different perspectives and diverse ideas. Opera Canada is committed to providing accommodations for disabilities.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.
Opera Canada magazine is seeking an Editorial Director responsible for overseeing the administration and editorial direction of print, digital, and social media content. The role includes managing staff, ensuring efficient operation, and representing the organization to public and private funding bodies, members of the opera field, and the public. The ideal candidate should have knowledge and passion for opera, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, organizational and publishing experience, as well as financial and management expertise. The position is remote with a salary range of $65,000-$70,000 CND per annum. Interested candidates can submit their application by March 22, 2024. Opera Canada encourages applications from individuals with diverse perspectives and ideas and is committed to providing accommodations for disabilities. Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.
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Expected salary: $65000 – 70000 per year

Job date: Thu, 22 Feb 2024 08:48:19 GMT