The Canada Media Fund welcomes and encourages applications from persons or people living with one or more disabilities as well as from the following groups: persons who are Indigenous—First Nations, Inuit or Métis— or members of a “racialized community”, including Black, East Asian, Middle Eastern & North African, Latin American, South Asian, South-East Asian and Indigenous Peoples from outside Canada.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Are you passionate about digital media and television and their ecosystem? Do you have an innate sense of curiosity, in particular regarding innovation and upcoming trends? Do you enjoy searching information and collating data on specific topics? Can you rely on both hemispheres of your brain to develop a creative and well-structured approach in your work? Are you a solution-seeker in everything you do and are one to thrive in a team environment? CMF is looking for a bilingual coordinator to join its Foresight & Innovation team!

WHAT YOU’LL DO (Main duties and responsibilities)

Monitoring and analysis

  • Proactively research, filter, log and analyze information and data to produce regular analysis and semi-annual reports on the major trends that have an impact on the media content production and distribution industry, as well as on CMF activities;
  • Stay current on initiatives in the digital media and innovation field and on available funding sources;
  • Keep up to date monitoring, filtering and classification tools and ensure ease of access to information and research data;
  • Provide analytical support for research investigations;
  • Efficiently collate research data and prepare analysis documents, presentations and reports to support the CMF’s management team;
  • Attend conferences, write summary minutes and occasional pieces for Foresight and Innovation materials.

Research and project Coordination

  • Oversee all operations for the successful completion of analyses and research projects that include: the production of the report that highlight the key trends within the screen-based industry, and any analyses needed to support the CMF's strategic objectives.
  • Manage deliverables produced by freelancers and various collaborators (web specialists, editing staff, graphic designers, event partners and others) used in Foresight & Innovation publications;
  • Deliver all projects following a set production schedule and find solutions to meet all requirements;
  • Coordinate the budgets for all aspects of the projects, including logistics and deliverables, ensuring all accounting reporting requirements are met.
  • Consult and collaborate with other internal departments to effectively and efficiently achieve strategic objectives.

WHO YOU ARE (Requirements and skills)

  • University degree in communications, media, policy, or any other related field;
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in analysis and research and project coordination;
  • Ability to effectively manage several projects and to prioritize projects and tasks according to the strategic objectives of the organization;
  • Good knowledge of the Canadian television, interactive digital media and entertainment community;
  • Bilingualism in French and English, both orally and in writing;
  • Mastery of the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Excellent analytical skills and advanced skills in interpreting complex data;
  • Creative and versatile mind focused on results and problem-solving;
  • Excellent Interpersonal skills for internal & external communication, including for bilateral and multilateral discussions with national and international stakeholders;
  • Ability to adapt to changing workplace demands.


*** Submit your cover letter and resume to [email protected] before Friday April 7, 2023, at 11:59:59 PM. ***

Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent
Location: Temporarily remote (upon return to office this role can be worked from the following cities: Toronto or Montreal)

Are you passionate about the Canadian audiovisual and interactive digital media industries? Do you love creating digital content for multiple platforms? Do you possess strong photo and video editing skills? Would you describe yourself as a social media whiz? Do you have a strong command of written English and French? Are you a pro at navigating Meta, Twitter, and LinkedIn business tools and reporting on social media analytics?

The CMF is seeking a seasoned, creative, and business-savvy Digital Content Specialist to fill a permanent position on our Marketing & Communications team!

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Communications, the successful bilingual (English/French) candidate will create digital content for use across the CMF’s external and internal communications, while also overseeing our social media channels. They will have strong design, videography, and photography skills, a solid understanding of social media strategy and analytics, superior writing skills in both languages, and the drive to create top-quality content that helps shape the CMF’s digital voice.



  • Strategize, create, and edit digital content (pictures, images, infographics, videos, etc.) for use on the CMF's digital platforms
  • Write flawless copy in English and French across different genres—social media posts, video scripts, ads, etc.
  • Photography and videography at key events
  • Work with the CMF’s creative agencies to develop and guide external content creation
  • Coordinate and liaise with other CMF departments to meet their content needs
  • Ensure our content creation aligns with our Growth & Inclusion strategy and accessibility best practices, and that it complies with legal, copyright and user/client privacy requirements


  • Create content and post regularly in both languages on our corporate CMF social media channels — Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn — ensuring information is accurate, relevant, and timely, while using an authentic tone/voice
  • Map out a social media strategy that improves the CMF’s and MADE | NOUS' digital voice and helps raise brand awareness
  • Supervise a duo of social media content creators who manage the MADE | NOUS social media pages
  • Support the partnerships team on social media — toolkits, celebrating CMF-funded partners and events, etc.
  • Maintain an effective social media listening operation
  • Liaise with other CMF departments to meet any social media needs
  • Provide analytics and reports when needed on all CMF and MADE | NOUS social media channels — annual reports, campaigns, crisis communications, etc.
  • Monitor performance and report on KPIs for content initiatives (e.g. post/reach engagement, audience, video views, and conversion rates, among other metrics).
  • Identify opportunities and improvements to drive an increase in audience reach and engagement.
  • Follow and track the use of social media by equivalent organizations and identify opportunities for cross-industry content promotion, as well as the sharing of lessons, opportunities and best practices.
  • Create and manage social media calendars that incorporate all of the organization’s brands, key audience segments and social media channels.



  • Bachelor’s degree or higher from a recognized post-secondary institution in Marketing, Communications, Journalism, Advertising, Media Production, or other similar programs; social media focus is an asset


  • Minimum five years’ experience and demonstrated success in content creation and development (videography and photography)
  • Demonstrated success in community building and campaign management on current social media platforms
  • Strong knowledge of the Canadian entertainment industry, with a focus on television, film, and digital media
  • Excellent digital storyteller who is motivated by driving traffic, increasing brand awareness, and social engagement
  • Demonstrated ability to produce creative content for digital platforms, including graphics, illustrations, Instagram stories, lives, and/or animated videos; experience managing external vendors to produce such content is an asset
  • Experience tracking, monitoring and measuring social media data, using platform insight tools, and third-party social media management tools
  • Experience with paid social advertising is a strong asset


  • English-French bilingualism
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Highly creative, with a keen eye for trends, design, artistic direction, and brand application
  • Strong analytical thinking and problem-solving skills with a keen understanding of social media measurement and reporting
  • Proficiency in Microsoft 365, Adobe Creative (or other common design/editing tools), Google Workspace
  • Resilient, positive, decisive, adaptable, friendly, diplomatic, and open to receiving constructive criticism of creative artwork
  • Strong communication, collaboration, teamwork, and social skills
  • Works under pressure in a fast-moving, performance-driven environment
  • Achieves clear and measured KPIs (determined by executive management)
  • Multitasks and prioritizes a demanding workload accordingly
  • Provides management with efficient, solution-based advice in a timely and productive manner


Submit your full application including cover letter and resume to [email protected] before Friday, April 7, 2023 at 11:59:59 PM.

Employment type: Permanent, full-time position (3-month probation). Flexible working hours (35 hours per week / 7 hours per day), with some work outside of normal schedule when required.
Estimated start date: May 1, 2023
Office location: Can be remote within Canada. Occasional travel outside the usual workplace as required (Montreal and/or Toronto CMF offices).

Reporting to the Vice President of Content and Regulatory, the Director will support CMF’s strategic objectives by overseeing the development, implementation and interpretation of CMF’s policies and programs, and ensuring that CMF’s mandate is fulfilled in consistency with the distinctiveness of Canada’s English-language market.


In collaboration and alignment with the two other Directors of the Content Management Team (Director of French Content and Director of Interactive Digital Media Content):

  • Participate in the development, streamlining, drafting and implementation of the CMF’s content-funding guidelines, with an emphasis on the English-language market
  • Consult and maintain good relationships with industry stakeholders about the ongoing relevance and efficiency of the CMF’s policies and programs
  • Advise the CMF Program Administrator at Telefilm Canada (CMFPA) on the CMF’s interpretations of its guidelines and policies
  • Act as a key policy advisor on industry trends and upcoming issues and recommends solutions to the executive team
  • Contribute to the overall management of the CMF and influence internal policies and procedures as a member of the organization’s senior management team
  • Conduct research and analyze specific factors relating to the CMF’s policies and programs
  • Represent the CMF at industry events and speak at conferences on behalf of the CMF, with a focus on the English market
  • Accountable for all policy and program-related decisions in the English market in order to offer better services to the clients while maintaining the organization’s credibility
  • Participate in decision-making committees and meetings


  • Relevant university degree or equivalent years of experience
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience working in the screen industry
  • Extensive knowledge of Canada’s screen industries and how content is financed
  • Solid experience in policy development and financing
  • Superior analytical skills combined with a demonstrated ability to summarize complex concepts, conduct analyses, identify options as well as develop and recommend policies and formulate proposals on how to solve program-related issues
  • Excellent drafting abilities and demonstrated ability to prepare quality written documents, including guidelines, correspondence, reports, information documents and other documents related to policies and programs
  • Ability to listen to and analyze different opinions/proposals, but capable of making and standing by the final decision
  • Proven ability to present, communicate and promote program objectives to various stakeholders
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to develop and maintain efficient working relations and partnerships with various stakeholders and interest groups
  • Good judgment and discretion
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills; attention to detail
  • Advanced strategic thinking, planning, project management, and problem-solving skills
  • Extensive knowledge of the English Canadian television industry
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects with tight deadlines in a fast-paced and changing environment
  • Strong oral/written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal, relationship management and diplomacy skills
  • Can work as part of a bilingual team that serves the English and French markets
  • Strong computer skills, including competence in Microsoft Office suite


  • Work is required to be carried out frequently with time pressures in a multi-tasking environment
  • Demands regular work outside of normal schedule
  • Some travel required
  • Work autonomously and as part of a team
  • Work in a fast-paced environment, balancing multiple priorities in a constantly changing environment


Interested candidates are encouraged to apply and express their interest to [email protected] before Friday, April 7 at 11:59:59 PM (EST)

Are you searching to become a key member of a smaller, highly creative team? Are you passionate about the Canadian media industry and excel at rapid relationship and trust building with staff at all levels? Do you excel at giving interviewing tips to hiring managers, researching performance evaluation methods and designing company policies? Do you possess an academic and professional background in HR, along with good understanding of labor legislation?

The CMF is seeking a Human Resources Advisor to join their corporate services team. Check out this opportunity!

In a nutshell, the HR Advisor at the Canada Media Fund (CMF) provides management and staff with advice, coaching and communication in all areas of human resources. By building strong relationships and credibility with all levels of management, this role is responsible to counsel leaders on HR solutions that support the goals of the company.


    • Manage the administration of HR systems including process improvements, training, and maintenance. Systems includes: PurelyHR, Ceridian, Officevibe, HRdownloads, First Reference Policy Pro, CompAnalyst, Manulife, Organizational Solutions Inc. (OSI), and iA Financial
    • Facilitate employee change processes, develop and implement employee surveys, perform data entry, data analyzation and rendering of reports as required
    • Partner with leadership to improve HR practices, process decisions and programs
    • Develop, implement and drive HR initiatives that impact talent management, talent acquisition, performance, employee relations, legislative adherence and participate in special projects
    • Participate and present HR Items at the HR/Governance Committee quarterly meetings
    • Determine scope and specifications with hiring manager
    • Develop job descriptions and assist in job evaluation as required
    • Source, recruit, and screen candidates in a timely and cost-effective way
    • Manage interview logistics including surveying availability, bookings, and co-hosting
    • Implement testing and/or assessments and support closure of process (conduct reference checks, draft offer letters)
    • Support the annual performance review rollout and schedule, prepare letters for staff
    • Facilitate the performance calibration and succession planning processes
    • Develop supporting information/documentation to assist management in implementing performance evaluations during onboarding and annual review period
    • Support leaders through the annual salary review process and incentive program
    • Provide guidance to leaders in areas such as salary recommendations for new hires, transfers, relocations, and promotions
    • Manage the CMF’s job evaluation system and update job descriptions
    • Support the market salary survey process (research and benchmarking)
    • Render salary scale recommendations aligned with competitive advantage objectives
    • Develop new and existing HR policies as they adhere to changing legislation
    • Ensure employee and employer compliance with company policies, employment standards and other regulatory employment and human rights requirements
    • Conduct an annual review of all HR policies and perform updates accordingly
    • Manage HR issues or queries including absence management (Time-Off Manager), performance concerns, disciplinary streams, departmental or individual conflict, workplace violence and harassment, terminations, etc.
    • Provide advice and expertise to develop business strategies, solutions and action plans that support the achievement of current and changing needs and objectives of the business and organization
    • Manage organizational change processes and approvals, supporting the ongoing work from home arrangement, and facilitating the return to office plan
    • Support leadership with workforce planning tactics to forecast/prepare staffing needs
    • Influence and empower leaders to accelerate the growth and development of their teams by providing advice and guidance on career growth, managing performance, and succession planning
    • Source, design, develop, and/or deliver training programs that have an efficient and effective impact on the organization and its employees
    • Recommend professional development courses for staff and management upon evaluating applicability to job scope.
    • Responsible as primary point of contact for employee relations inquiries
    • Provide coaching, advice, and guidance to leaders on employee relations issues, including policy violations, discipline process and terminations
    • Conduct investigations and resolves sensitive employee issues and complaints
    • In collaboration with the Inclusion and Growth department, incorporate the CMF’s 2021-2024 strategy into various HR programs and initiatives
    • Coach, advise and support leaders on all aspects of employee engagement
    • Monitor and analyze engagement survey feedback results and render weekly reports
    • Offer input regarding general strategic and tactical issues that impact the company
    • Assist communications department with HR content writing for all-staff messaging
    • Build strong and collaborative relationships across all levels and departments
    • Conduct 30-60-90 Day HR Check-Ins to evaluate cultural integration and job-fit



  • Master’s degree in human resources, employment relations, industrial/organizational psychology, business or related field
  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, psychology, business, or related field
  • Human resources management certificate
  • CPHR designation considered an asset


  • 7+ years of HR experience (minimum 3 years in advising/HRBP role)
  • Strong consultative, influencing, and negotiation skills and experience
  • Working experience in a KPI/target driven environment
  • Working experience in a non-for-profit considered an asset


  • Updated knowledge of recruitment strategies and employment legislation
  • Sound understanding of government entities and governing bodies
  • Technical knowledge of top Human Resources Information Systems and supported platforms in the industry
  • Updated knowledge of emerging workplace issues and critical HR news (global and Canadian research)


  • Bilingual in both French and English is preferred
  • Works under pressure in a fast-moving, performance-driven environment
  • Actively researches and performs on-going training to ensure personal knowledge of HR and employment legislation is kept up to date
  • Evaluates HR systems for efficiencies and areas of improvement
  • Achieves clear and measured KPIs (determined by executive management)
  • Collaborative, proactive and results oriented
  • A big picture thinker who brings an innovative and creative approach
  • An organized self-starter with an enthusiasm for exceptional HR service


  • Build rapport and grow work relationships with employees at each interaction
  • Multi-task and prioritize a demanding workload accordingly
  • Provide management with efficient, solution-based advice in a timely and productive manner
  • Motivate yourself and others around you
  • Garner trust with others and provide sound counsel and coaching


** Submit your full application including cover letter and resume to [email protected] before Friday, March 31 at 11:59:59 PM. ** 

Contract Length: 14 months (maternity leave replacement)
Estimate Start Date: May 1, 2023 or sooner
Office Location: Temporarily remote (upon return to office this role can be worked out of the following cities: Toronto or Montreal)