CONSULTANT TERMS OF REFERENCE:
About Right To Play
Right To Play is a global organization that protects, educates, and empowers children to rise above adversity using play. By harnessing play, one of the most powerful and fundamental forces in a child’s life, Right To Play helps 1.9 million children each week to stay in school and out of work, to prevent life-threatening diseases like HIV and malaria, and to stay safe from exploitation and abuse. Right To Play is the only global development organization focused exclusively on using play to transform the lives of children and youth impacted by poverty, war, disease, and inequality. Established in 2000, the organization is headquartered in Toronto, Canada and operates in 22 countries across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.
Right To Play has been active in the education and sports for development sectors in Jordan since 2006, training teachers in UNRWA and Ministry of Education schools as well as coaches in local communities to provide engaging interactive sessions that utilize games and sports for development methodology. Vulnerable Jordanian, Palestinian, and Syrian children who take part in Right To Play play days and tournaments are more engaged in school and have vastly improved life skills. In turn, the youth with whom Right To Play works achieve higher grades, experience greater levels of cooperation and cohesion, and are empowered to overcome trauma, adversity, and cultural stigmas to fulfil their dreams.
Right To Play’s Culture Code guides how its staff act and interact based on five core pillars:
- Accept Everyone – Be intentional about inclusion
- Make Things Happen – Seek opportunities to lead and innovate
- Display Courage – Act with integrity
- Demonstrate Care – Look after yourself and one another
- Be Playful – Have fun at work
In partnership with the Olympic Refuge Foundation, the donor for its Advancing Cohesion in Communities through Engagement in Structured Sports (ACCESS) project, Right To Play is developing a series of 19 videos documenting the implementation of the ‘Sport for Protection: Programming with People in Forced Displacement Settings’ toolkit during the ACCESS project. A collaborative effort between the UNHCR, the International Olympic Committee, and Terre Des Hommes, the toolkit represents the next step in the ongoing effort to understand the role that sport can play in the protection and wellbeing of refugee and internally displaced young people. It builds on more than 20 years of work between the UNHCR and the International Olympic Committee to bring sport to some of the world’s most disadvantaged young people, and will be used both by the ORF and a broad cross-section of organizations and stakeholders to better understand and implement Sport for Protection programming. Right To Play is thus looking to hire a consultant Video Editor for ten months’ duration, who will edit raw footage of Right To Play utilizing the Sport for Protection Toolkit in its implementation of the ACCESS project and compile it with preselected sounds, music, and graphics to produce the final 19 Sport for Protection Toolkit videos.
The consultant Video Editor will:
Use digital software to edit video footage of Right To Play utilizing the Sport for Protection Toolkit in its implementation of the ACCESS project in a variety of field locations, synchronize video and audio footage, and compile audiovisual material with animations, graphics, and any preselected sounds/music to produce the final Sport for Protection Toolkit videos as directed by Right To Play.
Collaborate with the Project Officer, MEL Officer, and Communications Officer to agree upon the project timeline, deliverables, file formats, image/video quality, and other points of importance.
Meet with the Project Officer, MEL Officer, Communications Officer, and members of the production team to establish a clear understanding of purpose, any relevant storylines, structure, and creative vision.
Collaborate with the Video Editor and Graphic Designer in post-production to ensure the realization of the established creative vision.
Edit work in response to feedback from the Project Officer, MEL Officer, and Communications Officer.
Ensure the finished products adhere to Right To Play and donor branding and visibility requirements.
Hold responsibility for the submission of the finished videos.
Work according to the timeline agreed with Right To Play.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications and skills
· Experience in filmmaking/editing, cinematography, TV/film/media studies, communications, and video production or other related discipline.
· Two to three years’ professional experience working with video editing software as a filmmaker or producer.
· Demonstrable experience editing and producing films of similar projects/activities.
· Technical knowledge of image and video editing software and post-production processes.
· High degree of creativity and strong attention to detail.
· Fluency/near-fluency in both English and Arabic.
· Excellent communication, interpersonal, and conflict resolution skills.
· Excellent planning and organizing skills.
· Ability to work in a diverse multi-cultural team.
· Ability to meet tight deadlines, work well under pressure, and deliver products to specified technical requirements.
· Previous experience working in a development or humanitarian environment is desirable.
10 months, starting March 1st,2021.
How to apply:
Please submit your technical & financial offer and video portfolio/two samples of your best work to :
Loay Abu-Nawar (email@example.com)
Fakhri Syouri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please insert the subject (VIDEO EDITOR) in addition to your name.
18th of Feb,2021.