The best of the job opportunities we've spotted this week:
Ontario public broadcaster TVO is hiring for two digital positions right now. They are looking for a digital media producer
to help create online content and maintain existing TVO websites. For those with more seniority, TVO.org is also looking for a manager
to lead the digital team.
Also in broadcasting, the CBC is on the hunt for a mobile developer
to maintain current sites and build new mobile web pages.
If you have an interest in the arts, Canadian Stage is looking for a digital marketing manager
for the summer (with a possible contract extention) to help develop web content, execute social media campaigns, and provide project management. Small World Music Society is also looking for some communications help: the charity needs a marketing coordinator
with a background in graphic design, media relations, and social media.
Friends of the Greenbelt and the Greenbelt fund are a pair of non-profits that work closely together to support the permanent swath of green space that runs through southern Ontario. They are currently seeking a communications manager
with at least five years of experience to take the lead on marketing and media relations, as well as an education and outreach specialist
to develop an engagement plan for their local food-purchasing program. Meanwhile Fresh City, a Toronto farm, is looking for a research assistant
to help them understand the environmental impact of their operations.
In the academic sector, OCAD University needs a manager of graduate studies
to provide oversight of their administration and business affairs.
Toronto's best-known incubator, MaRS, is hiring again, this time for a project manager
with a particular background in business analytics. Finally, the Centre for Social Innovation, which runs three shared-space facilities across the city, is looking for a manager
to take the lead on day-to-day operations at their new Regent Park location.
Are you hiring or do you know of an innovative job opportunity in Toronto? Email
Yonge Street's innovation and jobs editor Hamutal Dotan to let her know.