Employment | Knowledge.ca


Posted Oct 17, 2018

Director of Network Brands

Do you think the public has the right to a quality information service it can trust?
Do you believe in the value of free and commercial-free public broadcasting?
Are you familiar with British Columbia’s Knowledge Network and whom it serves?
Have you ever considered a career in public broadcasting?
Are you an experienced producer/filmmaker looking to step up to that next big challenge in your life?
If this resonates with you, we would love to hear why.

We are seeking a skilled and passionate individual to oversee Knowledge Network’s branding and promotion on its platforms – broadcast, streaming, social and print.

Ideally, you have at minimum 15 years of experience producing a variety of genre such as documentary, children’s, drama and commercials. You are comfortable working in the digital and social domain. You are a natural team leader who contributes imaginative, creative concepts.

Your responsibilities include working with a talented group to conceive, produce and schedule branding and promotional campaigns. Your department also provides in-house creative services to Development and Communications.

As a member of Knowledge’s senior management team, you participate in strategic planning and decision-making, and collaborate on cross-departmental initiatives. You will be reporting to and working very closely with our President and CEO.

If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, at the right time in your career, send us a letter explaining why and what you have to offer Canada’s most publicly supported public broadcaster. Also include your resume and some samples of your work.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in everything we do.

We’d love to hear from you at hr@knowledge.ca, by November 30, 2018.

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Co-operative Education

Are you passionate about public television? Knowledge Network is passionate about helping to develop today’s students to launch their careers in web development/design, marketing/communications or public broadcasting.

Knowledge Network is where stories live that speak to our time. Through our network of storytellers, we enhance the public educational broadcasting experience for British Columbians across the province.

Our co-operative education program is designed to partner with B.C.’s colleges and universities to provide paid practical work experience and further the training and skills development of students in film, television, internet, marketing, communications and other recognized programs. What better way to enhance your academic learning and guide your career?

We’re looking for bright, ambitious students who are passionate about public broadcasting and eager to learn and create.

Interested students are invited to send a letter stating why you are the right person for us, along with a resume to hr@knowledge.ca.

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Volunteering at Knowledge

Help us make a difference, be part of a team and share your enthusiasm for public broadcasting.

We welcome bright, keen, mature individuals who would like to lend us a hand with administrative tasks related to our Fundraising activities. Here’s where we could use a hand:

  • Mailing out tax receipts, our K: magazine and premiums to our donors
  • Making welcome telephone calls to new donors
  • Using basic typing/computer skills to update information in our database
  • Occasional hosting assistance with donor events and screenings

If you can spare a few hours a couple of times a week, come join the Knowledge volunteer team. Other than events, volunteers are scheduled during business hours. If you’re interested, please complete the volunteer application form.
Volunteer Application Form