CTV News (offre d’emploi à Montréal)

CTV News Montréal est à la recherche d’un Digital Content Editor.

Les personnes intéressées communiquent directement avec Lis Travers (general manager) Téléphone:  416.384.7407 ou courriel: Lis.Travers@bellmedia.ca

Digital Content Editor – Freelance

Job Duties /Accountabilities: This team creates Text on Video for the Metro system, and for Canadian airports.

The Digital Content Editor works closely with the editorial and development teams to create and deliver video content optimized for mobile and social platforms. Reporting to the Team Lead, the Digital Content Editor is expected to:

  • Create original video news content for all CTV News digital platforms
  • Possess exceptional and proven visual storytelling skills
  • Develop and deliver visual elements based on leading industry best practices
  • Ensure all digital content meets the highest journalistic standards and adheres to CTV News standards


  • French fluency is required
  • Proficient in After Effects
  • Proficient in Photoshop
  • Proficient in video editing
  • Newsroom experience
  • Superb attention to detail, flexible, and adaptable
  • Degree, diploma or certificate in either journalism, graphic design or multimedia production
  • Exceptionally organized, self-motivated and creative
  • Experience publishing content using a CMS (Content Management system)
  • Able to handle multiple tasks and maintain creativity in a high-pressure, deadline oriented environment
  • Knowledge of news management system, preferably iNews
  • Strong writing and copy editing skills
  • Proficient in Canadian Press style
  • Ability to identify and master social media trends
  • Ability to make independent editorial decisions
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work well individually and/or in a team
  • Strategic knowledge of Canadian and world news.

Examples of Scripts and Videos








Floodwaters have transformed

the streets of Paris and its

surrounding suburbs


Water levels of the Seine River

are steadily rising, swollen by

weeks of heavy rain


The water has stopped boat

traffic, shut down roads and

prompted evacuations


It has also forced some residents

to find creative ways of getting around


Forecasters say the iconic river that

winds through the City of Light should

reach a peak level of about 5.9 metres