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Indigenous Language Archive Project (Gwich’in, Inuvialuktun, Inuktitut, Cree)

CBC North
August 25, 2021
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Work at CBC/Radio-Canada

 At CBC/Radio-Canada, we create content that informs, entertains and connects Canadians on multiple platforms. Our successes and accomplishments are driven by embodying and upholding values, which include creativity, integrity, inclusiveness and relevance.

Do you think you have the ability and drive to keep up with this exciting, ever-changing industry? Whether it be in front of the camera, on air, online or behind the scenes, you would be joining a team that thrives on making connections and telling stories that are important to Canadians.

Your role:

We are looking for people interested in working to support the Indigenous Language Archive Project in Gwich'in, Inuvialuktun, Inuktitut and Cree (Northern Quebec dialects).

The job entails listening to radio broadcasts in Indigenous languages and writing brief summaries in English in a computer database.

Please read more about this project by more about this project:

Voices from the past: CBC North to preserve historic Indigenous language programs

You will work from home, Full time or Part-time, anywhere in Canada.

Training is available online.

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We are looking for a candidate with the following: 

  • Fluency in your language.

  • Have experience as an Indigenous language Interpreter/Translator.

  • Good computer skills and a reliable internet connection.

  • Good written skills in English.

If this sounds interesting, please click on ''Apply online''. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only candidates selected will be contacted.

CBC/Radio-Canada is committed to being a leader in reflecting our country’s diversity. That’s because we can only create and tell the stories that connect Canadians, by having a workforce that mirrors the ever-changing makeup of our country. That’s why we, as an employer, value equal opportunity and nurture an inclusive workplace where our individual differences are not only recognized and valued, but also extend to and pervade all the services we provide as Canada’s public broadcaster. For more information, visit the Diversity and Inclusion section of our website. If you have accommodation needs at this stage of the recruitment process, please inform us as soon as possible by sending an e-mail to

You are invited to consult and familiarize yourself with our Code of Conduct, which can be found on our corporate website. All employees must adhere to the Code as a condition of employment. We also invite you to take a look at our policy on conflicts of interest. In the event that you become an employee, it will be important to inform us, as quickly as possible, of any situation that, because of your hiring, constitutes or could appear to constitute a conflict of interest.

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