Multimedia Producer & Archivist – Greenpeace Canada

Greenpeace_logoGreenpeace Canada is seeking an experienced multimedia professional to fill a vacancy in our Communications Department. In this position you will be responsible for the professional management of Greenpeace Canada’s photo, video and audio.

Reports to:  Communications Coordinator
Salary: $25.47/hour (35 hours per week)

In this position you will produce a variety of creative media, manage a collection of A/V equipment, and drive the research and development of new creative opportunities. The Multimedia Producer & Archivist is also responsible for maintaining a consistent, high-quality representation of Greenpeace Canada’s brand in photo, audio and video.

You possess a keen understanding of environmental issues, and have experience conveying issues with complex content into clear and concise multimedia messaging that can be easily understood by the general public as well as specific target audiences. We are looking for a candidate that has the capacity to be part of a team while being autonomous in delivering his/her tasks, particularly related to translations.


  • Develop and maintain database and library of all creative materials, including A/V assets, purchases, loans, distributions, and research of new software.
  • Produce/project manage photo, video and audio for all departments. This may include filming, recording or shooting, editing and production, pre-production, script writing and sourcing, and managing contractors in all these areas
  • Coordinate global distribution when necessary, in liaison with GPI and/or national regional offices
  • Research and develop new relationships and ways to use creative content to further campaign goals including visual storytelling
  • Be responsible for all multimedia copyright matters within the organization
  • Maintain and update A/V equipment or contracting specialists for this purpose
  • Develop and maintain procedures relevant to role, including organization-wide standards for assigned creative content
  • Maintain contractor database and deal with contracts
  • Integrate the global strategy for images, including coordination with Greenpeace International’s (GPI) Digital Asset Management System
  • Respond to internal and external creative requests
  • Train staff on creative library and associated systems
  • Assist Communications Coordinator in developing policies relevant to role and multimedia content
  • Distribute A/V to internal/external clients as required
  • Manage all distribution of photos, audio and video either in the field or in the office which includes strategizing the use of IT technology for various campaign situations and problem shooting in the field
  • Manage archiving (both digital and analogue) and retrievals as appropriate
  • Research and develop relationships with distributors
  • Brief and manage contractors
  • Assist other departments in achieving their strategic aims, by developing strategies to deliver quality and innovative creative materials
  • Develop and maintain systems for use of library by internal and external users
  • Oversee maintenance and technical upgrades to the in-house Media Suite

Location: Toronto, Canada

Closing date for applications: July 25, 2014

Read more and apply here.

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