Toronto International Film Festival – Content Coordinator

Posted on August 12, 2011

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The Toronto International Film Festival is seeking a Content Coordinator. The contract position begins late August and is for a duration of 12 weeks.

Requirements: work with the Marketing, Programming, Communications and Content Management teams to present a balance of the various kinds of content; create and maintain a content plan for digital signage; document a system of procedures and protocols to manage digital signage content; input all data into the digital signage system to ensure signs launch and come down according to the content plan; design and layout signage templates to advertise upcoming programmes, daily and weekly schedules; work with the Creative Services team and/or freelancers on larger projects.

What they’re looking for: one or two years of experience in web/interactive production; excellent project and time able to lead multiple projects from beginning to end with attention to detail and overall objectives; experience with Infocaster software considered an asset; excellent problem-solving and design skills; able to identify issues and recommend creative solutions with the “end user” (customer, audience) in mind; strong creative background and aesthetic sensibility, previous graphic design experience is considered an asset; previous experience editing and producing short video content; highly organized and motivated with an ability to work independently; creativity and strong interpersonal skills are a must; must be adaptable to a flexible work schedule including some evenings and weekends.

Interested? You can send your CV, cover letter and three references to humanresources@tiff.net. Be sure to note the position that you are applying for in the subject line. The deadline to apply is August 19th.

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http://tiff.net/abouttiff/organization

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