Full-time contract position based in Toronto
Start Date: March
Term of Contract: 1 year contract (with possibility of renewal)
– $40,000 / year, commensurate with experience and qualifications
Application Deadline: March 1, 2011
J-Source.ca is the number one Canadian journalism news website in
To ensure we keep
providing news, opinion and resources about our profession and industry, we
want to hire an
energetic, thoughtful, self-motivated, collaborative and enthusiastic
journalist to join our team as Associate Editor.
The Associate Editor is directly responsible for managing all content
on J-Source, acting as
both a reporter and editor as necessary.
You will be linking to,
writing and posting news, features and commentary about what is happening in
Canadian journalism: resources to help
reporters, writers and editors; professional practices, ethics and media law;
how journalism is taught and studied; and, academic research on the profession
and the industry. While the site is targeted primarily to
our audience also includes researchers, professors, students and the
general public. J-Source.ca and its French counterpart ProjetJ.ca are
the Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) in collaboration with
schools and organizations across Canada.
As a qualified applicant, you:
the supervision of the Editor-in-Chief and the Executive Director, in support
of the masthead team members, and in collaboration with the CJF Program
Manager, the Associate Editor will perform the following tasks:
your curriculum vitae and cover letter by March 4, 2011. We thank all applicants but only those
short-listed will be contacted. No phone calls or faxes please.
Please submit your
resume and cover letter attention:
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