If you have a passion for making the world’s best entertainment, then we want you to join us.

Be part of a strong creative and business culture that fights for ideas, supports storytellers, and has a track record of ensuring big ideas get distributed to the world.

Current Openings:


  • Director, Business Affairs & Production Financing
  • Director, Business Affairs & Production Financing

    Boat Rocker Media Inc. is currently seeking a talented and ambitious professional to oversee the business affairs and production financing of the company’s kids and family division, including its digital animation studio, Jam Filled Entertainment.  The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of experience in managing business affairs in a production company (familiarity with animation will be an asset) as well as excellent communication skills and the proven ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects concurrently. Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Draft tax credit calculations for Canadian (CPTC, PSTC) and provincial tax credits (eg. OFTTC, OPSTC, OCASE, etc).
    • Draft and submit tax credit applications to Canadian and provincial tax credit agencies and manage ongoing applications
    • Manage production interim financing, liaising between management, counsel and lenders.
    • Review and opine on animation services bids to ensure such bids conform to the margins, business interests and policies of company
    • Draft ACTRA and WGC agreements with riders as well as other talent and crew agreements
    • Negotiate production services agreements
    • Manage the company’s production-related insurance matters related to its kids & family productions
    • Prepare, file, manage and close CMF, Shaw and other funding applications and advise on applicable eligibility requirements
    • Track the status of new and ongoing funding activities
    • Review and comment on development and production financing agreements
    • Travel as required, including to Ottawa on a monthly basis
    • At least 5 years of experience managing business affairs and/or production financing within the entertainment industry.
    • Excellent working knowledge of animation production and strong familiarity with budgets, cost reports, production schedules, etc.
    • Superior knowledge of, and experience with, Canadian funding bodies as well as Canadian federal and provincial tax credit policies (eg. CAVCO, OFTTC & OCASE guidelines)
    • Exemplary relationships and strong familiarity with broadcasters, financiers and tax credit authorities in Canada
    • Must be well organized, detail-oriented, efficient and have the ability to prioritize
    • Proven ability to handle multiple tasks and meet conflicting deadlines in short timeframe
    • Ability to work independently, manage workload, prioritize and take initiative
    • Excellent attention to detail and ability to work well under pressure
    • Superior written communication skills and the ability to explain complex issues simply, clearly and tactfully
    • Excellent people skills and ability to work as part of a team
    Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:
    • This is a full-time position. Hours of work are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • Primary position location:  Toronto, ON with travel to Ottawa on monthly basis

    Qualified and interested applicants are encouraged to apply to businessaffairs@boatrocker.com no later than April 21, 2017. Boat Rocker is committed to providing an inclusive and accessible candidate experience. If you require accommodation during the recruitment and selection process, please let us know. We will work with you to meet your needs.

  • Scripted Development Internship
  • Scripted Development Internship

    We are looking for a dynamic individual who takes initiative, feels passionately about their work and will support the Scripted Development team on a variety of new and ongoing projects. Our ideal candidate has previous exposure to the industry, and is eager to learn and adapt to the fast-paced, ever changing environment.
    • Managing the department’s filing systems, databases, and calendars
    • Reviewing creative materials and composing coverage
    • Coordinating travel and meetings
    • Development research as requested
    • Supporting ongoing production matters as needed
    • Covering front reception / answering phones on occasion as needed
    • Possess strong organizational skills with a meticulous eye for detail
    • Sharp creative instincts with a general understanding of the television landscape
    • Excellent communication skills, positive attitude, and problem-solving approach
    • General understanding of story structure, character development and written prose is ideal
    • A self-starter with a keen interest to learn
    • Ability to communicate professionally in person and via e-mail
    • Confidence in person and on the phone
    • Enthusiasm and passion for TV
    • Develop creative critique and analysis
    • Receive and provide feedback
    • Participate in meetings
    • Gain industry knowledge and skills
    • Network with the employees at Boat Rocker Media, build connections and gain exposure to different opportunities in the industry
    • 3 month internship that will start in April and end in July
    • Compensation will be discussed with the successful candidate
    Please email your CV and cover letter to intern@boatrocker.com with "Scripted Development Internship" in the subject heading. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Boat Rocker Internship Program:

As one of Canada’s leading producers of television, film and digital media content, Boat Rocker Media believes that an integral part of keeping this industry successful is the training, mentorship and skill development of new industry professionals. With this in mind, Boat Rocker’s internship program enthusiastically offers placements within a variety of our departments, including Corporate Services (Business and Legal Affairs, Finance), Development (Scripted and Factual), Rights and Distribution, and Digital. Our goal with this program is to contribute to the growth of our industry through the quality training and development of future television professionals.

Our next placement will begin in January 2017 and run through to the end of March 2017.

While we are happy to liaise with schools offering applicable programs and courses, the Boat Rocker Internship program offers full-time placements and is run privately by Boat Rocker Media. It is not affiliated with any one educational institute.

  • Application Process
  • Application Process

    Applications for each department will be received for at least 30 days before hiring takes place. We ask that each applicant specify which department they are applying to work within and accompany their resume with a cover letter or professional statement outlining their interest and/or experience in that field. Applicants are more than welcome to apply to work with more than one department, however, we do require that you apply separately for each department.

    Please send your resume and cover letter or professional statement to intern@boatrocker.com with your department of interest clearly stated in the subject line.

    Note that although we thank all applicants for their interest, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted