Throughout the year the OIAF and its parent organization the Canadian Film Institute are always looking for enthusiastic persons who want to learn about all aspects of organizing a film Festival.
Through the Ontario Job Creation Program:
Every year the OIAF brings on staff through the Ontario Job Creation Program. These positions offer an amazing opportunity to learn new skills, enhance your resume, work in a fun environment and meet new contacts.
"Working at the Ottawa International Animation Festival through the Job
Creation Program was one of the best decisions I ever made. It was
without a doubt, the most fun I have ever had at work. It challenged me
and was hard work, but simply put, it was the best work experience I
have ever had. The staff at OIAF are like family and I still miss
working there. but I was fortunate enough that the experience I gained
there lead to a career change and a wonderful job - a job that I would
not have secured if I had not joined this program.
If you are seeking work, looking to switch careers or simply looking
to challenge yourself or would love to have fun at work OIAF is for
The OJCP Job Creation Partnerships program is an employment program offered in partnership by Ottawa Festival Network (OFN) and the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities (MTCU) to provide work experience to unemployed job seekers (Employment Ontario). The OJCP program provides opportunities to work on projects that benefit the community or local economy while providing participants opportunities to acquire new skills and/or keep existing skills current, to expand a network of contacts, and to maintain an active resume.Welcome to EditPad.org - your online plain text editor. Enter or paste your text here. To download and save it, click on the button below.
Duration: 26 weeks
Skills and Abilities:
- Excellent communication and people skills
- Knowlege of the Adobe Suite is a plus
- Spoken French would be great.
- Good organizational skills / able to work in a busy environment
- Attention to detail and accuracy are a MUST
- Strong computer skills - Microsoft Office, database and Internet programs
- Experience working with Audio/visual equipment could be useful
Prior to an interview with OFN, OJCP candidate eligibility is determined according to at least one of the following criteria:
>An unemployed person living in Ontario who has paid Employment Insurance (EI) premiums (through payroll deductions) in at least 5 of the last 10 years, or
>An unemployed person living in Ontario who established an Employment Insurance (EI) regular benefit claim within the last 3 years, or
>An unemployed person living in Ontario who established an Employment Insurance (EI) maternity or parental benefit claim within the last five years and are re-entering the labour force
NOTE: There are some exceptions to the above criteria including the ineligibility of full time students and those who received a refund for the EI premiums paid through payroll deductions
Program participants are offered positions of 30 hours per week (4 days per week) and are provided a payment of $423 per week ($14.10 per hour) by the Province of Ontario.
To apply forward your resume and cover letter to
Please note, only selected candidates who meet the JCP eligibility criteria will be contacted for an interview; applicants must indicate how they meet the eligibility in their email and/or cover letter. To apply, send your resume and cover letter to
ation of the employment; and,
> have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations
High School Internship
Ever dream of interning at a world-class film festival, where you can partake in all aspects of event management while in a fun and action-packed work environment?
If your school has a coop program - come work for us. You will learn office and event management skills plus so much more! Tell your teacher to contact Managing Director, Kelly Neall at
or call (613) 232-8769. Our offices are downtown at 2 Daly Ave.