Producer Investigates

Winnipeg, MB R3B 2C3

Broadcasting / Radio / TV / Film / Video
Application Closing Date
Experience Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
Some Travel

Job Description

A little bit about us:
Launched in 1999 as the first national Indigenous broadcaster in the world, APTN creates a window into the remarkably diverse mosaic of Indigenous Peoples. As a respected non-profit, charitable broadcaster and the only one of its kind in North America, we share our stories of authenticity, while connecting with our audience through genuine, inspiring, and engaging entertainment.

Here’s what we can offer you:
As a Top 100 employer in Canada, taking care of our people is our priority. In addition to our fun, flexible team environment our total rewards package includes: comprehensive company paid health and dental coverage, an employer matched - Defined Contribution pension plan and an employee/family assistance plan. Other highlights include a 35 hour work week as well as training & development assistance, which is highly encouraged. It is important to us, that we support you and your success during your time with us. That’s why our total rewards are designed to help you achieve overall balance personally and professionally, both now and into your future.

Highlights of this opportunity:
Do you hold yourself to the highest technical standard, enjoy taking initiative, and work well under pressure? Are you ready to take the next step in your career – by making a difference and building on your passion for long form investigative television journalism?
 If you said yes, this is the opportunity for you!                                       
• To be part of the team at one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers;
• To join the award winning APTN investigates team;
• Assist in approving show content, ensuring legal requirements are met;
• Produce, coordinate, and deliver shows for the News & Current Affairs department for multi-platform use;
• Manage and maintain the production schedule and social media and promotions on several platforms;
• Review and approve graphic requests, final graphics, tape edits, and vetting of scripts;
• Lead regular scheduled story and production meetings;
• Work closely and communicate with other departments; relating to web content, on air promotions, scheduling, studio, etc.

Your accomplishments and experience include:
• A degree or diploma in relevant field or equivalent combination of education and experience;
• Broadcast journalism experience in a production capacity;
• Ability to articulate issues relevant to Indigenous communities;
• May be required to travel to other shoot locations;
• A valid driver’s license and clear driver’s abstract.

Your new opportunity awaits; come and see what makes us one of Canada’s top employers! 
Please apply before Monday, May 10, 2021. 

As an Indigenous employer we encourage First Nations, Inuit and Métis applicants to apply.
Please note: During the current COVID-19 environment all interviews will be held via MS Teams or teleconference.