CIC JOBS BOARD

Looking for opportunities in the international affairs field in Canada or abroad? Please check this page often for listings of the latest jobs, fellowships, internships, scholarships, grants and tenders. If you have any questions, or would like to have your job opportunity listed please contact membership@thecic.org.

Volunteer Opportunity

Position Summary:

Volunteer Opportunity: Canadian International Council National Office

Are you a researcher, marketer, digital communications specialist, web developer or have an interest in international affairs and are looking for valuable experience with an established not-for-profit?

Perhaps you’d like to get more people involved in the conversation about Canada’s place in the world?

The CIC is looking for volunteer help for its web, and communications functions.

The Canadian International Council (CIC) is a platform for citizens to engage in discussions on international issues. Our mission as an independent, non-partisan and charitable membership organization is to involve Canadians in defining our country’s place in the world.

The CIC is looking for candidates with a combination of these skills:

  • Digital marketing
  • Social media production
  • Website development
  • Web and social media analytics

Ability in both official languages is preferred, but not required.

We are not looking for candidates with advanced skills in all of these areas, but at least strong abilities in a number of them.

If you’re looking to get into the world of international affairs, whether by developing powerful web platforms or directly contributing to citizen engagement and story telling, we’d love to hear from you!

Please get in touch with the Canadian International Council’s Programming Manager, Daniel Lis (daniel@thecic.org)

Volunteer Opportunity

Position Summary:

Volunteer Opportunity: Open Canada, an online magazine about Canada’s place in the world (www.open.canada.org)

Are you a journalist, marketer, digital communications specialist or web developer looking for valuable experience with an established not-for-profit?

Perhaps you’d like to get more people involved in the conversation about Canada’s place in the world?

Open Canada is looking for volunteer help for its editorial, web, marketing and communications functions.

Open Canada is an online magazine published by the Canadian International Council that aims to engage Canadians from all walks of life in a discussion about this country’s place in the world. We do this by publishing, in English and French, analysis, commentary, reporting and personal stories that will provoke debate and encourage Canadians to become involved in pushing for the foreign policy they want both through government and non-state actors and actions.

Open Canada is looking for candidates with a combination of these skills:

  • Journalistic writing
  • Research
  • Fact-checking
  • Digital marketing
  • Social media production
  • Website development
  • Web and social media analytics

Ability in both official languages is preferred, but not required.

We are not looking for candidates with advanced skills in all of these areas, but at least strong abilities in a number of them.

If you’re looking to get into the media world, whether by developing powerful web platforms or directly contributing to high-quality journalism and storytelling, we’d love to hear from you!

Please get in touch with Open Canada’s editor-in-chief Michael Petrou at michael@thecic.orgor with its deputy managing editor Jean-Luc Ferland at jean-luc@thecic.org. Please provide a resume or a summary of your interest/skills.