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Summer Opportunity: Content Creator


This position is for 10 weeks (32 hours/week) at an hourly rate of $19. Applicants will be required to work some weekends and evenings depending upon the scheduling of events and projects. This position will require on-site working.

The Content Creator would be responsible to researching and creating content for our various information streams, including:

  • Rally for The Road - a one-stop microsite created to provide information, promotions, and construction updates on the Valley Line West - LRT infrastructure project;
  • SPANN - a community focused newspaper published quarterly to businesses and residents of west Edmonton (circulation 10,000); and
  • The Young Giant campaign - a community currency program encouraging shopping locally

This role would greatly enhance our organizational capacity in terms of members' relations, community outreach and engagement, and brand articulation support for the varied roles our organization creates and towards creating community safety and wellbeing within an evolving district with many intersecting needs. This role would be supported and work directly with our Members and Communications Coordinator to provide collaborative and complementary content for our various communications streams and marketing engagements.

The ideal candidate would have a piqued interest in communities and want to express this through writing and narrative experimentation. A strong written skill-set would be essential. This position has great capacity to continue into the academic year or as a freelance position.


APPLY: Deadline for applications is 22 May 2024. (Updated from 15 May, 2024)

Please send applications to Todd Janes, Executive Director, [email protected]

In the subject line include the position you are applying for and include a cover letter describing your experience and skills and a resume. Displaying how you communicate is essential through a cover letter.

This position is funded in part through Employment and Social Development Canada through Canada Summer Jobs. Applicants should be 30 years of age or younger. All qualified persons are encouraged to apply. We especially encourage and welcome applications from members of visible minority groups, women, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, people of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with skills and knowledge to engage productively with diverse communities.