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Cultural Portfolio Management - Business Affairs, French Market and Coproduction

Status

Specific Term - 2 Years

Location

All Telefilm offices

Deadline

December 5, 2021

Posting Number

2021/2022-37

Description

Telefilm Canada is committed to building a skilled workforce that reflects the diversity of the Canadian population. The organization promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion, and encourages all individuals to voluntarily indicate if they identify as a woman, a member of an Indigenous community, a person with a disability, a member of a racialized group or other. 

Telefilm Canada also strives to respect the principles of accessibility by making our recruitment, assessment and selection processes as accessible as possible. 

If you have any questions about accessibility or require any accommodation at any point in the application and hiring process, please do not hesitate to contact us at cv@telefilm.ca. 

For the time being, this job is performed 100% remotely. Once a return to the office would be announced, the incumbent could be required to work from one of our Telefilm offices. 

YOUR ROLE

Reporting to the Deputy Director – French Market and Coproduction, the incumbent contributes to the business affairs team and will have the following responsibilities:

  • Evaluate financial viability, financing, production estimate, recovery proposal, chain of title, determine risk factors and make recommendations.
  • Conduct overall application reviews that focus on the due diligence of financial parties, their conformity with Telefilm Canada business policies and program guidelines.
  • Ensure the implementation of financial offer letters and financing contracts as well as the monitoring of financial commitments within the allotted time.
  • Work in a creative, complex and collaborative environment, within a multidisciplinary team.

OTHER COMPETENCIES AND REQUIREMENTS

  • University degree in a related field.
  • Minimum of five (5) years’ of pertinent experience in a similar capacity involved more specifically in financial management, and/or accounting in the audiovisual production sector.
  • Experience and knowledge of practices and regulations in film and/or television production and/or distribution are considered assets.
  • Advanced analysis, negotiation, and communication skills.
  • Solid work organisation and priority setting skills to manage several active projects simultaneously.
  • Language skills: Bilingualism required in French and English, both oral and written, at the CBC level, see Linguistic Designation of Positions sectION.

Hiring salary : $66 585 – $83 453