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If you possess core strengths or have experience in EdTech, interactive media, app development or curriculum development, we'd love to see your resume, even if we don't have a job description in your area listed below. We will also be introducing paid internship programs in development and marketing, so keep an eye on this space if that interests you.

Current Jobs:

  • Coders: we’re looking for experienced PHP and Javascript developers, especially with advanced Drupal experience.

  • Graphics People: with experience in either enterprise website or gaming design. Experience with Drupal will put you at the top of our list.

We’d prefer applicants from the Greater Toronto Area for the moment, so if you live elsewhere, hang on until we post otherwise.

Desirable Skillsets:

Right now, we're growing quickly, so if you possess skills in any of these areas, we'd be happy to hear from you:

  • Graphic Designers (Sr. and Jr. level)

  • Web Designers with experience in CSS, javascript, PHP

  • Web Developers (Sr. and Jr. level) with experience in PHP, Drupal, Javascript, and web security expertise. 

  • Marketing Managers and support staff with experience in EdTech, startups, and/or creative industries

  • Sales People with experience in EdTech

 

Marketing Jobs

PAID Youth Steps Internship: Digital Marketing - Content & Market Research (25 hours/week)

Job Description:

 

NOTE: This is a youth internship offered thanks to funding from the Canadian Government. You must be under 30 years old and have the right to work in Canada to qualitfy. These are conditions of the funding program and are not negotiable.

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Are you a digital marketing student or recent graduate who loves books and writing and all things related?

StoryBilder wants you!

We're looking for a content marketing intern to help us write blog posts, marketing copy, manage social media posts and articles to support our digital marketing efforts with research and reporting. 

Topics may include writing how to's and explainers. Other writing opportunities may include web content, infographics, and social media posts as required.

In addition to writing proejcts, the intern will be asked to conduct marketing research, help research and document mailing list contacts (such as influencers and conferences), and assist with analytics reporting. Other related digital marketing tasks may be assigned according to business needs and the intern's preferences and professional strengths.

We want this work arrangement to be mutually beneficial, so if you have specific digital marketing skills you want to learn, we'll find relevant work for you to practice on, and we'll put aside a portion of the program for training and feedback.

Instructions will be provided as required. This internship will be conducted remotely. Successful candidate must be able to commit one hour a week to meet with us to review the previous week's work, establish deadlines and expectations for the following week. Additional training sessions may be scheduled as necessary. 

So, what are we looking for?

  • Classroom or real world experience in Social Media and Digital Marketing, or some combination of both
  • Experience using social media beyond simple posting. 
  • A strong interest in creative writing. Experience in self-publishing, fanfiction or other types of amateur fiction publishing is a bonus.
  • Ability to understand and follow brand guidelines regarding language, topics and imagery
  • Ability to create and adhere to content calendars and schedules
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently while following instructions

Bonus Experience/Skills:

  • Active engagement in one or more creative writing communities online
  • Experience with Canva or a similar graphics generation tool
  • Familiarity with more than one genre-related writing or reading community (esp SFF, horror, romance, mystery, or classic literature adaptation)
  • Familiarity and/or personal experience with the fanfiction space, either as a writer or reader (eg. Wattpad, LiveJournal, ArchiveOfOurOwn, Fanfiction.net)
  • Professional blog post writing experience

This is a youth internship offered thanks to funding from the Canadian Government, under the Digital Skills for Youth Program. You must be under 30 years old, post-secondary graduates and have the right to work in Canada to qualitfy. These are conditions of the funding program and are not negotiable.

You must also be:

  1. Below 30 years of age
  2. Post-Secondary Graduates
  3. Legally entitled to work in Canada
  4. Canadian Citizen, PR or granted refugee status
  5. Self assess as Unemployed, Underemployed or Part-Time Worker

To apply, fill out out our handy form below and be sure to tell us:

  1. Who you are and why you're right for this internship
  2. Relevant school & work experience
  3. Links to your portfolio or previous work, if any.

If we're interested in working with you, we'll request a resume and schedule a zoom interview. 

The Bottom Line: 25 hours a week for 6 months at $20 CDN/hour

Starts: December 1, 2020

Ends: May 31, 2020

Job Hours:
25 hours/week for 26 weeks (6 months)
Part-Time

PAID Youth Steps Internship: Classic Library Data Specialist (25 hours/week)

Job Description:

NOTE: This is a youth internship offered thanks to funding from the Canadian Government. You must be under 30 years old and have the right to work in Canada to qualitfy. These are conditions of the funding program and are not negotiable.

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Finally, the perfect answer to the annoying question:"So, what are you going to do with your English degree?" 

StoryBilder has a unique and (dare we say) totally cool opportunity to put your lit crit AND creative writing skills to great use!

First, a bit of background:

StoryBilder is a creative writing platform designed to help new and aspiring writers who want to write novels (or other types of long form fiction). Our  optional Library resource area is full of characters, maps and outlines from classic literature that users can borrow and use any way they like, if they choose. These story assets need to be designed to be adaptable (Want Dracula to be a penguin? Go for it! Turn Hamlet into a comedy? Why not?) and mix-and-match (Frankenstein and Sherlock Holmes can hang out on Juliet's balcony). 

We need help filling the library with goodies! 

If you are strongly familiar with any of the following categories (preferably more than one), have solid creative writing and research skills, and can follow editorial instruction/feedback, we want to talk to you!  If you write fanfiction in any of these categories, even better.  

Current categories include:

  • Shakespeare
  • Jane Austen
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Victorian Horror (Dracula, Frankenstein, Dorian Grey, and friends)
  • Charles Dickens
  • Americana 
  • Canadian Literature

What we're looking for:

  • Demonstated familiarity with any of our listed categories (preferably coursework above the English 101 level)
  • Strong writing and research skills
  • Sensitivity to gender- and race-loaded language and the ability to write inclusively
  • A desire to apply your reading and writing skills to digital technology and the willingness to learn how
  • Ability to understand and follow editorial guidelines regarding language, topics and imagery
  • Ability to adhere to content calendars and schedules
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently while following instructions

Bonus Experience/Skills:

  • A strong interest in creative writing. Experience in self-publishing, fanfiction or other types of amateur fiction publishing is a bonus.
  • Familiarity with more than one genre-related writing or reading community (esp SFF, horror, romance, mystery to start)
  • Familiarity and/or personal experience with the fanfiction space, either as a writer or reader (eg. Wattpad, LiveJournal, ArchiveOfOurOwn, Fanfiction.net)
  • Blog post writing experience

Instructions will be provided as required. This internship will be conducted remotely. Successful candidate must be able to commit one hour a week to meet with us to review the previous week's work, establish deadlines and expectations for the following week. Additional training sessions may be scheduled as necessary. 

This is a youth internship offered thanks to funding from the Canadian Government, under the Digital Skills for Youth Program. You must be under 30 years old, post-secondary graduates and have the right to work in Canada to qualitfy. These are conditions of the funding program and are not negotiable.

You must also be:

  1. Below 30 years of age
  2. Post-Secondary Graduates
  3. Legally entitled to work in Canada
  4. Canadian Citizen, PR or granted refugee status
  5. Self assess as Unemployed, Underemployed or Part-Time Worker

To apply, fill out out our handy form below and be sure to tell us:

  1. Who you are and why you're right for this internship
  2. Relevant school & work experience
  3. Links to your portfolio or previous related work, if any.

If we're interested in working with you, we'll request a resume and schedule a zoom interview. 

The Bottom Line: 25 hours a week for 6 months at $25 CDN/hour

Starts: December 1, 2020

Ends: May 31, 2020

Job Hours:
25 hours/week for 26 weeks (6 months)
Part-Time

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