Press Forward is seeking a Communications and Program Coordinator on contract to assist the board of directors with providing high-quality service to its members and coordinating a members summit.
The successful applicant would begin their duties in March 2024, exact date to be mutually determined. This is a part-time (25 hours per week) contract position for 9 months, with possibility of extension pending renewal of funding. Payment is $40 per hour, plus payment in lieu of benefits. This job is remote and can be done anywhere in Canada.
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We recognize the importance of a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from people who may be underrepresented in the industry and are committed to fostering a welcoming culture that encourages flexibility and inclusion.
If you think you’d be a good fit, please submit your cover letter and resumé explaining why you are interested in this opportunity to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Communications and Program Coordinator” in the subject line. The deadline for applications is midnight on Monday, Feb. 26.
About Press Forward
Press Forward is an association of journalism innovators in Canada. Our membership of independent news outlets collectively advocate and organize for the future of Canadian media. Member organizations have independent ownership, meaning that they are not primarily or majority owned by a publicly-traded company, advocacy group, hedge fund or private equity firm.
Press Forward works to ensure people in Canada have strong independent and community-focused journalism. We unify, elevate and advocate for media organizations in Canada to strengthen innovation, inclusivity and diversity in media across the country.
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