Call for Videographers

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Call for Videographers

The Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies is seeking talented videographers to make documentation videos for RIIFS projects:


Teachers of Tomorrow (TOT) Project:

This project seeks a better understanding of the concepts and values of citizenship inclusive of religious and cultural diversity, the different other, human rights, and religious freedom. And at long term objective, with the aim of preventing violent extremism (PVE) in Jordan, RIIFS in collaboration and support by Danmission and other stakeholders aim at influencing school teachers throughout Jordan so that they can influence children/youth in local communities. The assumption is that by educating teachers using the new training material developed by RIIFS, teachers are equipped with a new and more comprehensive understanding of teaching religions as well as new skills to support this.

This project also aims to deliver the new training materials developed by RIIFS to teachers and equip them with skills and a comprehensive understanding of the right interpretations of religious values. The training will focus on enhancing the leadership capacity of the participants and seek to change their behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions, thus leading them to advocate the peaceful and moderate values of Islam away from extreme interpretations


Empowered Teachers Create Resilient Youth and Peaceful Host Communities (ET) Project:

The Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies (RIIFS), Danmission (DM) and the sub-contractor, University College Copenhagen (UCC), will join effort in this project with the vision of: Preventing Violent Extremism (PVE) in Jordan by improving the well-being of young people, including refugees, by empowering them to spread a culture of peace as active stakeholders and citizens in their communities via the educational sector in Jordan. The long-term development objective of this project is to empower teachers to play an active role in creating resilient youth and peaceful host communities.

The project will focus on enabling youth for adulthood in a challenging context and unstable region, where youth as citizens and co-citizens must navigate in the difficult and vulnerable transition phase going from school- to work life. This will be fostered via capacity building of Jordanian and Syrian teachers, working in host communities in Jordan. They will receive training in new knowledge of, Citizenship, Co-existence, and Human Rights

Methods of social-emotional learning as well as in new skills such as: critical thinking, dialogue, and communication through interactive methods of playful learning.

In addition, the project will include a virtual exchange between teachers in Jordan and Denmark who work in host communities. Acknowledging the fact that challenges to co-existence, citizenship not only take place in Jordan, but also in Denmark. The main assumption is that by empowering teachers with new knowledge and skills, a change in attitude and behaviors will occur, which will subsequently be reflected in their teaching. Teachers as role models can hereby help their pupils to build-up inner resilience ensuring essential life skills and competences thus improving youth’s well-being and future possibilities.


Duties, Responsibilities & Deliverables:

1. Attend and record all the project’s training sessions in Amman, Zarqa, Jerash and Salt;

2. Edit and create videos for the projects’ phases with English subtitles;

3. Record interviews with beneficiaries and ask them questions to measure the impact of the training, and highlight success stories;

4. Operate, maintain and set-up all video, audio and lighting equipment;

5. Translate video content from Arabic to English;

6. Work closely with Project Manager and Project Coordinator

7. Videographers may be required to work on Fridays and Saturdays or public holidays based on the requirements of the assignment


Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

1- Minimum BA Degree or recorded experience in related fields;

2- Hold knowledge in Social Sciences and humanitarian work

3- Possess strong working ethics and willingness to take initiative and be proactive;

4- Knowledge in working with video editing software;

5- Comfortable working with different personalities, new people and subject matter experts;

6- Good level of knowledge about RIIFS and project-related topics;

7- Willing to work in a team;

8- Good communication skills


*Videographers are expected to bring their own equipment including DSLR video camera and neck microphone.


Required Documents:

1- Curriculum Vitae

2- Sample of previously recorded, created and edited videos