CBC Radio-Canada jobs
Headquarters: Ottawa, Ontario
Year of creation: 1936
Business Type: Canadian Crown Corporation
Business sector: Media
CBC / Radio-Canada is the national public broadcaster, whose activity is governed by the Broadcasting Act. Its offer is based on radio and television programs (in French and English) that inform, enlighten and entertain all Canadians, both nationally and regionally. Its mandate is also to reflect the multiracial and multicultural dimension of Canada.
CBC / Radio-Canada has 6,626 permanent employees, 313 temporary employees and 616 contractors in positions as diverse as technical director, journalist, financial controller, sales representative, communications advisor, chief analyst and media creativity coordinator. The salaried workforce is divided between the head office, the two head offices (Montreal and Toronto), the 27 television stations, the 88 radio stations, the digital station, the nine permanent offices abroad and the mini-offices (when the international situation requires it).
CBC / Radio-Canada offers a world of work that is equal (women represent 48.9% of the total workforce) and diversity (2% Aboriginal, 2.4% disabled and 11.1% % of visible minorities).
The activity of CBC / Radio-Canada is developed around different principles: on the one hand, accountability and transparency to Canadians (quarterly reports, annual public meeting) and the government (reporting to Parliament) and, on the other hand, the design and application of a risk management framework to effectively assess and manage any risks associated with its strategies, objectives and activities, with the assistance of the Board of Directors, administration, the Audit Committee, senior management and the operating divisions.
What it's like working at CBC/Radio-Canada At CBC/Radio-Canada, we create content that informs, entertains and connects Canadians on multiple platforms. Our successes and accomplishments are driven by embodying and upholding values, which include