Date: April 25, 2019
Position Title: Manager, Records, Content and Media
Division: Finance & Corporate Services
Reports To: Director, Administration
Location: Toronto, Yonge & Eglinton (on the Yonge subway line)
As the Government of Ontario’s partner in digital learning, TVO’s vision is to create a better world through the power of learning.
TVO’s powerful learning products and services, rooted in the curriculum, help build an Ontario that can adapt, innovate, and compete globally. Our in-depth current affairs journalism from an Ontario perspective supports citizen engagement and a more robust democracy. TVO is funded primarily by the Province of Ontario and is a registered charity supported by sponsors and thousands of donors. For more information, visit tvo.org.
Are you an exceptional people leader with extensive experience in copyright clearance, visual research, records management, and digital media management? Do you have the collaborative, analytical and problem-solving skills to lead archiving and record-keeping efforts for a diverse range of digital products? Do you embrace our values of excellence, collaboration and ownership? Do you easily build trust and demonstrate respect in all that you do? We are looking for a strong communicator who excels in planning, problem solving and customer service. Does this describe you? If so, we want to hear from you!
The successful candidate will lead the team responsible for visual research, copyright, record-keeping, broadcast scheduling, and media assets (including: the secure & effective processing and associated metadata) for TVO and the ILC. You will steward the TVO archive: curating and providing access to historical media and ensure the appropriate preservation of content and records created today and for the future are in alignment with TVO values, policies and procedures.
Ensure appropriate staffing with effective training to meet business objectives
- Work closely with Current Affairs & Documentaries, Digital Learning, TVO Kids, and Marketing, and Media Services to effectively support strategic priorities
Plan and prioritize content processing, deletion of expired content and monitor copyright issues
- Manage the operating budget for the department, including preparation of revenue and cost projections for multi-year planning, annual budgets and forecasts; conduct cost benefit analysis for related activities and support audits
Steward the TVO Archive in alignment with TVO’s educational mandate and in accordance with Media Archive Policy and the Record Keeping Act
- Preserve, curate and provide access to TVO’s historical media where feasible, and ensure the appropriate preservation of today’s content future generations
Be a resident expert on, and champion for, the TVO collection of media and content
Manage the Broadcast Scheduling team with oversight of CRTC regulations
Develop, communicate, implement and oversee policies, procedures and best practices
Manage relationships and contracts with relevant third parties related to the quality, storage, copyright law, and processing of TVO media and records
- Create learning materials and facilitate sessions to educate staff on best practices for area(s) of responsibility
Stay current with innovation, opportunities and best practices as it relates to managing media assets
University degree in a specialized field (such as Library & Information Sciences)
5- 8 years related work experience
Team leadership and/or supervisory experience
- Visual research & copyright experience
- Experience with digital asset management and a digital archive
- Record keeping experience and/or certification
Knowledge of Archives of Ontario regulations preferred
Exposure to facilitation and learning material creation considered an asset
Must have strong collaborative, planning, analytical, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills
Must be able to focus on details, multi-task when required, establish priorities, manage conflicting priorities, and work effectively under pressure to meet tight deadlines
Media Library experience is preferred
Familiarity with CRTC regulations considered an asset.
- Experienced relationship builder, self-starter, excellent interpersonal and organization skills, coupled with a strong customer service orientation
Demonstrates TVO's values of Excellence & Innovation, Ownership, Collaboration, Trust and Respect
Qualified candidates are invited to submit a current resume by the stated date at 5:00 p.m.
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TVO is an equal opportunity employer and will endeavour to accommodate job applicants with disabilities through the People & Culture Division. Upon request, all job postings will be made available in alternative format.
TVO is committed to achieve a skilled workforce reflective of the population of Ontario.
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.