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Digital Editor/Writer:
EnsembleIQ -Pharmacy Practice +
March 31 2017

EnsembleIQ (EIQ) is looking to hire a full-time digital writer/editor principally working on the web properties of Pharmacy Practice +, a national publication for Canada’s pharmacists.

If you’re the successful candidate, you will manage, edit and write for our twice-weekly pharmacists’ e-newsletter and websites. Pharmacists are a great audience to cover journalistically where important issues about the future of healthcare are being debated.

This is a great opportunity for a journalist who wants to join a growth-oriented company. As the selected candidate, you’ll work out of the EIQ offices at Yonge and Eglinton in mid-town Toronto.

- Generate fresh story ideas, primarily for the pharmacy section of the site, with a secondary responsibility for other content areas of the CanadianHealthcareNetwork site.
- Write compelling and creative web stories on a daily basis; assign news stories and blogs to freelance contributors as appropriate.
- Edit contributors’ news stories, feature articles and blogs.
- Post web articles and blogs, and post articles from related monthly magazine.
- Produce a bi-weekly newsletter.
- Monitor (and respond appropriately to) website and newsletter analytics.

- Post-secondary education, preferably a journalism degree
- An interest in healthcare professional issues and a proven record of reporting on a wide variety of subjects
- Ability to write with skill and insight, often to very tight deadlines
- Ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously, in a fast-paced digital environment
- Ability to generate provocative and original story ideas on a regular basis, and to understand which types of stories appeal to our audience
-Web posting skills, an understanding of web analytics, Photoshop and social media management skills would all be an asset.

If interested, please send a cover letter, salary requirements and resume to:
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