VP, Custom Content and Engagement
The VP, Custom Content and Engagement is a results-oriented sales management professional who leads the custom content sales team in maximizing existing revenue opportunities along with uncovering new leads and creating new opportunities.
This sales professional has a proven track record of managing and growing long-term partnerships and developing productive relationships within the corporate, government and non-profit sectors.
Demonstrating interpersonal skills and cultivating a positive outlook, the VP of Custom Content and Engagement is a valued member of the RCGS senior management team and informs and advises the Executive Vice President and others on custom content activities, strategy and projects.
The VP will also be responsible for leading the sales team to meet and exceed sales goals.
Education Program Coordinator
The Education Program Coordinator will be responsible for developing and delivering the education and youth engagement programming that falls under the mandate of Canadian Geographic Education (and more broadly, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society). Responsibilities include developing educational resources and monitoring regional/national educational programs for K-12 students and teachers across Canada, planning and delivering in-person/virtual teacher workshops and/or student events, coordinating with the editorial, social and events departments for marketing, promotional and public engagement purposes and maintaining effective communication with youth, parents, guardians, teachers, and schools about Canadian Geographic Education programs as needed.
The opportunity of a lifetime; Canadian Geographic magazine is looking for a new Editor-in-Chief, a role where Canadian Geographic’s pillars of excellence in storytelling, photography and cartography across print and digital media platforms come to life. We are looking for an exemplary professional who can set business, journalistic and creative standards with the goal to maintain and strategically grow the Canadian Geographic brand.
Founded in 1930, and published by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Canadian Geographic is an iconic Canadian publication that has been making Canada better known to Canadians and to the world for more than 90 years.
Beyond its key role as publisher of Canadian Geographic, the Society also supports a robust national educational program of classroom educators – Canadian Geographic Education – as well as promotes broad geographic literacy through its expeditions, research grants, awards and other programs.
Canadian Geographic wants you!
Canadian Geographic, the country’s fourth most-read magazine, takes on interns throughout the year at our head office in Ottawa. Duties for editorial interns include writing for the magazine, website and blog, fact-checking articles, research and story development as well as participation in editorial meetings.
At present, we only offer internships to students recieving course credit from accredited post-secondary institutions, but our program gives interns meaningful, fulfilling work experience, insight into the inner workings of an internationally-acclaimed 90-plus-year-old magazine published by a not-for-profit society, and a head start on a career in media.
Length of internships range from two to six weeks, and aren’t necessarily five days a week or eight hours a day (although preference is given to applications who can commit to full-time or near-full-time hours). We prefer students with either experience or interest in the environment, wildlife, history, culture and science journalism. While experience at journalism school is helpful, other candidates will be considered. We also host remote internships.
To apply, email [email protected] and send a cover letter (which should include reference to your accredited post-secondary institution), resume, three writing samples — or links to your photo/multimedia work, if applicable — and indicate what time period you’re available.
Please see our Submission Guidelines.