Established in 2000, Channel Zero Inc. is an independent Canadian broadcaster that owns over-the-air station CHCH-TV and a growing bouquet of specialty channels including Rewind and Silver Screen Classics.
Our employees are passionate about what they do. With a fair degree of autonomy and independence, they work in a casual, creative and entrepreneurial environment. They are innovators ready to take on new challenges. If you like to work in a collaborative, fast paced, always changing environment where creativity thrives, Channel Zero may have a career opportunity for you.
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Channel Zero is looking for a full-time Marketing Coordinator to join its dynamic marketing team for a six-month contract at its Toronto office.
Channel Zero is looking for a full-time Marketing Coordinator to join its dynamic marketing team for a six-month contract at its Toronto office. The successful candidate will report to the Marketing Manager.
Working under the direction of the Marketing Manager, and closely with various departments in the organization, the Marketing Coordinator will be the primary liaison for the following areas of the marketing plan, and the primary point of contact to the public.
The primary areas of focus of this role are as follows:
Required Skills & Qualifications:
Application Deadline: Friday March 20, 2015
Quoting ref# MC-2015-03 in the subject line, please send résumé and covering letter stating salary expectations to: firstname.lastname@example.org (no phone calls please). Selected applicants will be contacted to arrange for interviews and skills testing.
Channel Zero supports experiential learning as an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge and skills through hands-on experiences and is pleased to offer a limited number of opportunities for Job Shadowing, Cooperative Education (Secondary school credit based ‘co-op’ programs) and Internships (recognized post-secondary programs).