Job Opportunities

The Uniter is hiring for the 2019/2020 production season

We are hiring an Arts & Culture Editor for The Uniter. The deadline for this application is August 16 at noon, with a start date of ASAP.

We will prioritize qualified applicants belonging to groups whose experiences are underrepresented in mainstream media (for example, applicants who are Indigenous, Black, POC, disabled, LGBTQ+, and/or who identify as part of a group not listed here.) Applicants belonging to any of these groups are encouraged to self-declare.

 

 

 

Arts & Culture Editor

The Uniter is seeking a dedicated, artistic and well-connected person to fill the role of arts and culture editor. This person should have experience and a passion for writing about such topics as music, film, dance, fashion, literature, food, visual art and more.

Successful candidates should feel comfortable running a team of contributors, assigning and editing their work, providing feedback, organizing meetings and building relationships with Winnipeg’s diverse arts and culture scene. 

Applicants should have a flexible schedule and be available for editorial meetings, section meetings and mentorship during the regular academic year (late-August to early December/January to April.) Daytime meetings usually occur on Thursdays. 

This position pays $250/week. The arts and culture editor will begin their term in August (date TBD, ASAP). 

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Duties:

Interested parties should submit a resume including references, CV, a cover letter and at least three published works by noon on August 16, 2019. Application packages should be sent to info@uniter.ca or deliver application packages in person to: 

THE UNITER ORM14 Bulman Centre 515 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3B 2E9 

For more information, contact managing editor Thomas Pashko at editor@uniter.ca or (204) 988-7579. We thank all applicants, however only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted. 

 

*Mouseland Press strives to be an equitable employer and will prioritize qualified applicants who belong to marginalized groups. Qualified applicants who study at or are alumni of The University of Winnipeg will also be given priority*