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Apply Now for Broadcast Media Specialist at Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Ontario.

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Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
Ontario is currently opened for hire of a broadcast media specialist, who will work under the communications department as Marketing and Creative Services. If that looks like your dream job, apply now.

The qualified marketing candidate will be paid the salary of $1,556.24–$1,940.05 a week and it is a temporary job, located at Ontario, Canada. Apply now.

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The salary range for this position, in accordance with the terms of the OPSEU Unified Bargaining Unit collective agreement, is $1,658.54 to $2,067.58 per week as of January 1st, 2024. The new rates were recently confirmed and will take effect retroactively on January 1, 2024. The exact dates of implementation of the new salary rates have not yet been decided.

Looking for a Broadcast Media Expert! Dedicated to the production and journalism of broadcast media? Excited to encourage travel to Ontario? We are seeking a qualified individual to become a member of our team. Utilize your skills in radio and television production, content creation, social media, project management, and editing. Your expertise in broadcast systems, processes, and quality standards will be crucial for creating strategic communication plans and fostering partnerships with tourism partners and media organizations. If you are prepared to oversee and guide, manage broadcast program finances, and produce engaging content, submit your application now!

OPS Dedication to Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Anti-Racism:
We are dedicated to creating a workforce that mirrors the communities we support and to fostering a diverse, anti-racist, inclusive, accessible, merit-based, respectful, and equitable work environment.

We welcome applications from a wide range of individuals, including those with disabilities, Indigenous, Black, and racialized individuals, as well as people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions.

Explore the OPS Anti-Racism Policy and the OPS Diversity and Inclusion Blueprint pages to discover more about the OPS dedication to promoting racial equity, accessibility, diversity, and inclusion in the public service.

We provide employment accommodation throughout the recruitment process and all aspects of employment in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Consult the “How to apply” section for information on disability-related accommodations.

What responsibilities are associated with this position?

Perform the following tasks in this position:
Create seasonal strategic communication strategies to enhance Ontario tourism.
Establish cooperative connections with tourism partners and media outlets.
Offer assistance and collaboration with media and partners during all phases of production
Make sure that plans are supported by research and in harmony with Destination Ontario’s campaigns.
Assess efficacy and suggest enhancements
Lead and mentor partners and industry associations.
Supervise broadcast program finances and related documentation
Create strategies for individual broadcasts and oversee coordination meetings
Conduct research, compose, and generate content for different platforms.
Organize and carry out in-show segments, interviews, and complete shows at various locations.

What are the requirements for qualification?

Compulsory

You possess a valid class G driver’s license.
Proficiency in Broadcast Journalism and Production:
You can showcase:
Proficient in on-location and remote production, recording, and editing of video and audio content.
Comprehension of live and pre-recorded television and radio production.
Understanding of media production positions and duties.
Understanding of broadcast systems, procedures, and quality standards for television and radio platforms.
Skilled in operating broadcast production equipment and software.

Broadcasting knowledge

Public relations and advertising:
You can showcase:
proficiency in broadcast communications (radio and television), social media, marketing, and advertising
Familiarity with Ontario tourism partners and offerings
Proficiency in industry-specific software for editing images and video for television and radio

Skills in communication and relationship management:

You possess the capability to:
Compose and revise diverse forms of communication materials.
Develop, strategize, bargain, implement, and oversee broadcast promotions
Cultivate and sustain positive professional relationships with a range of working partners, such as domestic and international broadcast media, industry partners, executives, etc.
Coordinate and implement various broadcast promotions by managing scheduling, partner agreements, budgeting, itinerary development, and measurement.
Recognize, track, and take advantage of media/partner requirements and patterns.

Skills in managing budgets and forecasting finances:

You can showcase:
Understanding of budget management and financial forecasting principles, procedures, and optimal methods
Proficiency in utilizing financial data for broadcasting promotions and strategic planning.

Supplementary Details:

Location: 1 English Temporary position available for up to 12 months in any location within Central Region.

Compensation Category:

Ontario Public Service Employees Union

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