TV News Anchor
We’re looking for the next face of news in Prince George, BC’s Northern Capital. CKPG News is seeking experienced journalists as candidates to become our next television news anchor.
You qualify for this position if you’re a demonstrated leader in your newsroom. You’ll need to work with young journalists and be willing to pass along your enthusiasm, knowledge and expertise. You’ll need to understand social media and demonstrate how you’ve used it to support your stories or projects in the past.
As our news anchor, you’ll be expected to be an outstanding citizen of the region and represent our organization professionally in the communities we touch.
Your qualifications should include:
- Five years of experience in a newsroom;
- Strong writing and presentation skills;
- Experience with Final Cut or comparable editing software;
- An ability to deal with tight deadlines;
- An attitude supporting teaching, learning and teamwork;
- A broadcast school diploma or equivalent experience the industry;
- A Driver’s License (abstract required for interview).
We provide excellent wages and a great benefits package. Northern British Columbia offers a wide variety of activities for anyone who loves the great outdoors. Prince George is a city of more than 80,000 and features all of the modern conveniences of a big city, without the big city inconveniences. For more information visit: http://moveupprincegeorge.ca
Please send a resume and samples of your work to: Greg Fry, CKPG News Director, 1810-3rd Avenue, Prince George B.C., V2M-1G4 or by email: . Only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.
All applications must be received by October 4, 2019.
Deadline:October 4, 2019
Our New Applicant Self ID Form is available for download at www.jpbg.com/selfidform.pdf and should be completed and attached to all employment applications. Please note your completed forms will be kept confidential.
As part of the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group’s Employment Equity Policy we encourage women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities to identify themselves as this may be to their advantage in helping us correct under-representation of those groups in our company.