The British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) is seeking an experienced video producer with demonstrated technical capability and production proficiency to come aboard for a 6 week contract to execute a video mini series entitled ‘The Invisible Mosaic: British Columbians Making a Difference on the Sustainable Development Goals’.
As part an annual national public engagement initiative “International Development Week”, BCCIC is looking to create 17 one to two minute interview style video clips that speak to each of the new UN Sustainable Development Goals.
- Working with BCCIC to develop story treatment
- Leading all field and location production
- Editing captured footage using Final Cut
- Working with the Communications Officer to capture any necessary branded messaging and visuals
- Working with BCCIC on any required revisions
- Assisting with posting the finished videos online
- Overseeing the security, operation and maintenance of equipment utilized in shooting and editing
- Proven ability to use Final Cut video editing software
- Proven production proficiency including story treatment and location production
- Knowledge of field production techniques and standards.
- Skill in visualizing and shooting concepts effectively.
- Ability to work in the BCCIC office for the duration of the project
- Comfortable working to tight deadlines
- Comfortable editing on a Mac
- No equipment required, this is a human resource position only
Support from BCCIC
- Location and post production equipment
- Computer set-up with Final Cut video editing software
- Office space to work in
- Assistance as required from staff and volunteers
- Qualified award winning in-house production human resources
BCCIC is looking for a qualified video producer who can lend their technical expertise to this fully planned mini project over a six week period between January 4, 2015 and February 5th, 2015.
Week 1 : Story Treatment
Week 2 : Field Production
Week 3 : Field Production
Week 4: Editing
Week 5 : Revisions
Week 6 : Final Revisions & Posting
When responding to this Submission of Interest, we would request that the following be included:
- A resume
- Samples of your work relevant to scope and scale of the proposed work
- A list of references
Please direct inquiries to:
Kareen Wong, Communications Officer T: 604-899-4475 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposals to be submitted to Kareen Wong, Communications Officer at email@example.com
To be considered, all Submissions of Interest must be received by Monday, December 14th at 12 noon.
BCCIC is a coalition of British Columbia voluntary international development organizations and provincial branches of such organizations committed to achieving sustainable global development in a peaceful and healthy environment, with social justice, human dignity and participation for all. For more information on BCCIC visit http://bccic.ca/
About the Sustainable Development Goals
Ratified in September 2015 by all 193 United Nations member states, the Sustainable Development Goals are a set of 17 goals to eradicate poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and fix climate change by year 2030.
Born from the legacy of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and a succession of environmental and high-level summits, the new Sustainable Development Goals have some unprecedented features.
While the MDGs focused primarily on halving the number of people in the world living in extreme poverty, and predominantly targeted progress in the developing world, the SDGs take a much more holistic approach to the contributing factors that create poverty both between countries and within them. As it has been said, under the new SDGs, “we are all developing countries”.
The SDGs acknowledge and encourage partnership and collaboration as essential to making progress. As a network involved with building the capacity of groups working towards sustainable development, BCCIC in undertaking a significant amount of work that seeks to both promote the general public’s awareness of these goals as well as facilitate partnerships and collaboration towards their achievement.
To learn more about these goals, their history, and how they apply specifically to Canada, please see BCCIC’s report “Keeping Score : The UN Sustainable Development Goals”.