Rebel News is growing, and we're hiring for nine new positions with our company! Do you or someone you know have what it takes to be a Rebel?
See our latest job postings below:
HIRING: Events Coordinator
Rebel News is hiring an events coordinator to connect us with our supporters across Canada and around the world.
HIRING: Campaigns Manager
Rebel News is seeking a candidate to work out of our Toronto office and facilitate our petitions, merchandise, books, billboards, bumper stickers, and lawn sign campaigns.
HIRING: Director of Development
Rebel News is looking for a results-oriented "people person" to maintain and grow relationships with our generous donors to help fund our company.
HIRING: Outreach Coordinator
Rebel News is seeking an ambassador who will share Rebel News stories and campaigns with like-minded media, NGOs and other influential public figures with the goal of promoting the Rebel News brand, spreading public interest in our channel and inducing others to follow our stories and campaigns.
HIRING: Executive Assistant
Rebel News is seeking an experienced and well organized Executive Assistant to support our CEO.
HIRING: China Affairs Reporter
Rebel News is seeking a China affairs journalist, based anywhere in Canada, capable of providing news, commentary, and activism in relation to its editorial objectives.
HIRING: Ottawa based Reporter
Rebel News is seeking an Ottawa based journalist, capable of providing news, commentary, and activism in relation to its editorial objectives.
HIRING: UK based Reporter
Rebel News is seeking a UK journalist to provide news, commentary, and activism in support of our editorial objectives.
HIRING: Student Intern
Do your student internship at Rebel News!
About Rebel News:
Rebel News Network is the largest online news network in Canada. Since its launch in 2015 Rebel News has been dedicated to telling the other side of the story and challenging the narrative of the mainstream media.
Rebel News is different because our supporters participate in shaping everything we do, through a mix of online engagement, commenting, advocacy, and events. We don’t just report the news — we participate in it.
And unlike our competitors in the mainstream media, we don’t take any money from the government. We rely entirely on our audience to help keep us going.