Publications Manager

Date Posted: Jul 04, 2019

Salary Range: Other
Additional Salary Information: To Be Discussed.
Province: Ontario
Region: Central Ontario
City: Lindsay
Employee Benefits: Health
Organization's Field/Discipline: Doesn't apply
Job's focus: Creative & Administrative
Job Type: Full-time
Career Level: Doesn’t apply

Organization Description

Pinnguaq Association
Pinnguaq Association, a not-for-profit organization, incorporates STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) into unique learning applications that promote storytelling, health, wellness and growth with rural and remote communities. At its core, Pinnguaq embraces diversity and creates opportunities in order to empower all people.

Job Description

Pinnguaq is hiring a Publications Manager to launch an educational publication filled with STEAM resources for teachers. We’re looking for someone who can oversea print production workflow, editorial, design and distribution process. In this amazing new role, you’ll work with an energetic team of designers and contributors to produce this learning resource.


  • Planning and coordinating the magazine from initial concept to final product.
  • Communicating between the departments to ensure the completion and delivery of work is on time and to specification
  • Collecting and organizing quotes from printers to ensure they are easy to access and up to date
  • Develop a more comprehensive strategy for the distribution of each individual publication.
  • Managing the collection of edits and funneling those through to the necessary parties and ensure digital components are updated in a timely fashion
  • Work closely with other teams across the organization to maximize the synergies and impact of the team (Marketing, Art team, Digital Stewards, etc.).
  • Stay on the cutting-edge of industry trends and provide intelligence to the team by reviewing relevant articles.



  • University or College degree
  • Ideally, the candidate is bilingual in Inuktitut, French or English an asset but not necessary.
  • Someone with 1-2 years of experience managing media projects or print projects
  • Experienced with print publication design and production processes
Knowledge and appreciation for education, culture and needs of communities living in Nunavut is essential to this position. Equivalencies that consist of an acceptable combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.


Working Knowledge Of:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of financing and tax credit programs for interactive digital media in Ontario and ideally across all of Canada an asset but not necessary.
  • General print production knowledge
  • Understanding of STEAM Education K- 12 or willing to learn.

Additional Info:

The Pinnguaq Association aims to develop a workforce that reflects the communities it serves and members of the communities and nations we are serving are encouraged to self identify in the application process.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates can contact

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