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Work at Creative BC: Specialist, Brand + Communications

Join our team and champion economic development across British Columbia’s creative sector
} 11:59 pm
One-time
In-person & Online
$68,000+

Application Deadline: May 24, 2024

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 a Specialist, Brand + Communications. Reporting to the Manager, Brand + Communicationsthe successful candidate will become part of our Operations Department. The Operations team bridges Creative BC’s strategy with its daily operations. From communications and marketing to IT and information systems, human resources, and research, our team are community-builders, connectors, and knowledge keepers. We understand how people, ideas, inclusion, and technologies come together at Creative BC to gain insight, increase understanding, and improve influence and success for the sector we serve. 

Within the Operations team, the Specialist, Brand + Communications directly supports the Manager, undertaking delivery of all relevant internal and external activities for Creative BC and its sub-brands. Reporting to the Manager, Brand + Communications, the Specialist has a unique project management role, responsible for hands-on CMS improvement and maintenance, asset design, and content writing to support the annual strategy and editorial calendar. The Specialist delivers timely and comprehensive communications that embody the brand and carry it consistently across all print, digital, and event-related experiences. The specialist is a champion and trainer within Creative BC, helping teams and staff to proactively and effectively engage their intended audiences and grow support for the sector, Creative BC programs, initiatives and services. Key Responsibilities include:

  • Maintain an editorial and social calendar while proactively creating original content.
  • Coordinate the scheduling, release, and optimization of sector-focused content across all channels.
  • Gather, create, edit, promote, and distribute information and success stories within and beyond the sector’s community.
  • Organize the Communications team’s projects, meetings, and materials, while tracking responsibilities and deliverables.
  • Draft media releases, monitor media trends, and recommend timely content and service improvements.
  • Manage time and prioritize effectively to meet day-to-day needs and deadlines amidst multiple competing requirements.
  • Provide regular reports in the Staff Hub, using consistent metrics to measure channel engagement.
  • Use Adobe Creative Suite, Figma, and Microsoft Office to apply established visual brand across various client experiences, platforms and promotional materials.

 Please read the full job description here. 

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