We’re always interested in original ideas and fresh personalities. Send us a copy of your CV or resume and portfolio. And, if you’re dropping by, bring cookies.
Below is a list of our available positions. If you’re certain you can rise to the challenge and look forward to working with a dynamic team in a creative industry, Media Button has an empty chair and a lonely computer with your name on it.
Not only will you receive a great medical/dental package, you will be paid very competitively. You will get to work in a relaxed atmosphere, furnished with all the latest technology, including a pretty fancy coffee machine.
A comfortable and centrally located building will be your home away from home during the week, and the company of some of the most pleasant and talented people in the business. As an added perk, if you are not from around here you will be in the amazing Okanagan, where you can wake-board in the summer, and snowboard in the winter, all the wonders and beauty of this valley are in your back yard.
At Media Button, the work environment is fast-paced and tight deadlines are routine. Teamwork is an essential part of our company dynamic and a professional work ethic, great enthusiasm for the job, are the hallmarks of a successful Media Button employee. And who doesn’t love Vancouver and Kelowna?
The opportunity to be part of a growing, yet established BC video production/media company with locations in Vancouver and Kelowna.
We’re always looking for great talent! Feel free to submit your resume for future full time/pt and freelance positions.
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