Championing a dynamic motion picture workforce in B.C. that is equitable, diverse and inclusive.

Work at Creative BC: Lead, Reel Green™

Join our team and champion economic development across British Columbia’s creative sector
} 11:59 pm
One-time
In-person & Online
$79,000+

Application Deadline: May 24, 2024

This is a Full-Time Permanent role.

How to Apply

Please submit both your cover letter and your resume to careers (at) creativebc.com by May 24, 2024. Creative BC is an equal-opportunity employer. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at careers (at) creativebc.com.

We work collaboratively as a bridge between government and industry to elevate British Columbia’s creative sector through leadership, collaboration, and investment. Creative BC is an independent non-profit with the mandate to provide a highly specialized suite of programs, initiatives, and services to sustain and grow B.C.’s creative industries and promote them around the world. As a member of our team, you’ll understand the business behind creativity and become part of the Province’s only economic development agency of record to help steward this sector.

Build on the organization’s history and reputation by bringing your own integral contributions to our sector-related activities and supports. These include granting programs, motion picture tax credit programs, B.C. film commission services, and overall sector development, promotion, and marketing.

Together we’ll deliver value to the provincial economy with supports and services for the industries we serve, fostering their local capacity and global strength. We’ll do this through partnership with, and support for, thousands of talented people within B.C.’s creative storytelling industries’ exciting and vast provincial ecosystem. Join us and support the B.C. artists, entrepreneurs, creators, companies, festivals, associations, unions, guilds, studios, supply and service businesses and more who together bring made-in-B.C. stories and creative content to life.

 

The Role 

Creative BC is hiring for the Lead, Reel Green™. Reporting to the BC Film Commissioner + Director of Production Services and working as part of the provincial film commission team, this role is inside Creative BC and jointly funded by industry investments. The Lead, Reel Green™ supports collaboration between Creative BC, ScreenBC, and national and international partner members to drive green practice adoption across B.C.’s motion picture industry. With a large advisory committee of investing members, a national committee, and a variety of focused sub-committees, each working to advance specific opportunities for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, the Lead is a subject matter expert in environmental sustainability and applied practices. They are responsible for all aspects of partner facilitation and administration, communication, and management of activities focused on material progress toward the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices in B.C.’s motion picture industry by its workforce, associations, unions and guilds, and the businesses and companies that service and supply the industry. Key Responsibilities include:

  • Represent the provincial film commission and Creative BC to the motion picture industry by leading its marquis initiative to build a more environmentally sustainable motion picture industry in British Columbia.
  • Manage the Coordinator, Reel Green™, and oversee all resources designated for the initiative with proactive planning and timely follow-through to maximize value of the initiative overall and its day-to-day service delivery.
  • Facilitate promotion of best practices, tools and learning resources; generate tailored strategies, plans and tactics with substance and utility for use on productions and by businesses, governing bodies, communities, and infrastructure relevant to the industry.
  • Coordinate with local productions and influencing stakeholders to embed Reel Green™ in local industry activity, practices, and protocols; efficiently and at scale, increase knowledge, coordinate development and implementation of practical assets and tools, and the measurement of progress for unique segments of the ecosystem.
  • Maintain quality data in compliance with privacy laws and collaborate with the Operations team to implement Creative BC best practices and policies in the initiative’s activities, systems, and protocols.
  • Establish and maintain a consistent schedule of high value, high participation training events online and the annual Reel Earth Day Challenge fundraising and awareness online event.
  • Deliver the BC Hydro Power Tie-Ins program consistently, report annually on grants committed, and increase engagement with the Program.
  • Facilitate committee member, workforce and supply and service company engagement, monitors participation, promoting, and sustains engagement as well as following up on outcomes of newly formed relationships.

 Please read the full job description here. 

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