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As the country’s public broadcaster, CBC/Radio-Canada is an exciting and rewarding place to work. Our mandate is to inform, enlighten and entertain, we play a central role in strengthening Canadian culture. This makes us unique in the media landscape, as does our commitment to do so in English, French, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, and eight Indigenous languages (Inuktitut, Gwich’in, Inuvialuktun, North Slavey, Tłı̨chǫ, South Slavey, Dene Suline, Eastern Cree).
We are also Canada’s trusted news source, offering a uniquely Canadian perspective on news, current affairs and world affairs. This is why we’re always on the lookout for talented individuals who represent a diversity of backgrounds, perspectives and experiences. We know that commitment to equity, inclusion and diversity is essential to creating content that mirrors and resonates with the rich and evolving makeup of our country.
We’re also committed to reaching out and connecting with our audience on multiple platforms, with an emphasis on digital and mobile. This includes creating virtual places where communities can come together, like the CBC Indigenous and Espaces Autochtones sites. The short videos on this page give a taste of our work culture – one that is dedicated to doing quality work and upholding values that include creativity, integrity, inclusiveness and relevance. We also offer programs and resources to help employees thrive through training and development.
Please check out the selected job listings below, and come back often. New opportunities are always being added as we continue to evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of our audience.
Executive Director, Talent Management
People and Culture, CBC/Radio-Canada
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Recent Indigenous activities at CBC/Radio-Canada:
- Radio-Canada appoints Isabelle Picard as Senior Specialist in Indigenous Affairs.
- Espaces autochtones hired two specialized reporters – Marie-Laure Josselin and Gabrielle Paul. Gabrielle Paul is Indigenous from the Pekuakamiulnuatsh First Nation of Mashteuiatsh.
- CBC/Radio-Canada participated in Soaring:Indigenous Youth Empowerment Gathering Ottawa, ON – March 5-6, 2020.
- Members of CBC/Radio-Canada’s Talent Acquisition team participated in the Recruiting Indigenous Peoples training by Indigenous Link September 2020.
- CBC Indigenous Original Voices project: https://www.cbc.ca/originalvoices/
- Launch of Bureau journalistique autochtone à Trois-Rivières.
- Reporting in Indigenous Communities: https://riic.ca/
- Over the next five years, our colleagues at CBC North will be leading a major archive project to help preserve our Indigenous -language collection, a unique living record of the languages and cultures of many Northern communities.
- Radio-Canada Trois-Rivières hosted an awareness day on Indigenous issues and realities (January 2020).
- Two Innu teens completed a two-day job shadow internship at Maison de Radio-Canada in Montreal (March 2020).
- An Indigenous university student was hired as a summer intern reporter (2020). She will also be employed by Espaces autochtones on weekends during the school year.
- Two Specialized Reporter positions were posted for Espaces autochtones.