Deputy Coordinator: Visual Communication Production
Posted on May 12, 2022
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) is inviting applications from Bangladeshi nationals for the position of Deputy Coordinator: Visual Communication Production, to be recruited for its new project titled, Participatory Action against Corruption: Towards Transparency and Accountability (PACTA) (January 2022 to December 2026). Upon joining, the incumbent will be regarded as a member of the team for TIB’s core project and will remain reportable to the Coordinator – Outreach and Communication.
ResponsibilitiesSupport effective and efficient execution of visual communication assets (video) requested by the Outreach and Communication Division for advocacy and campaigns.
Ensure that visual communications assets requested for are developed and routed with internal cross-functional divisions so that they are aligned with project strategy thus help ensure that budget and timing needs are met.
Support and optimize the process of audio/visual content development.
Support the photographer/videographer and motion graphics designer with the management of content/video to ensure that the style guides, image specs, critical paths, legal and deadlines are adhered to for the production and publication of all visual assets.
Direct and deliver end-to-end creative content on a diverse range of video projects, from long form documentary, case studies, and sizzling corruption stories to social edits.
Use creative and technical editing skills to turn scripts and/or rough cuts into exceptional online video reports, documentaries, and stories.
Generate ideas and determines production plans including, but not limited to, scripting, developing story board, directing, shooting, and editing high quality visual contents.
Review script and raw material to create a shot decision list based on the concerned scenes’ value and continuity.
Trim footage segments and ensure logical sequencing and smooth presentation using background music, dialogues, graphics, and effects.
Capture primary video and b-roll footage of events, activities, and individuals, log video footage.
Continuously discover and implement new editing technologies and industry’s best practices to maximize efficiency.
Assist in the implementation of various outreach and communication events, such as youth engagement activities.
Support in the preparation of annual work plans, budget, and monitoring work.
Provide support to administrative and logistical activities of the division; and
Perform any other tasks assigned by the organisation.
Academic QualificationA Master’s degree with Honours in film/ cinematography, Communications, Media Relations, or related field, or a combination of a graduation degree and professional diploma in film/ cinematography, Communications, Media Relations, or related field.
Candidates with 3rd Division or CGPA less than 2.5 on a scale of 4 or 3 on a scale of 5 at any level of their education need not apply.
Other QualificationMinimum 8 years’ experience in professional grade video editing, colour correction and audio/visual postproduction, final digital content delivery, preferably in Television/ News organisations/digital platforms/ production houses/agencies etc.
Professional audio/visual editing skills using Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Edius6 or latest version.
Area of Experience
See details in Additional Requirement
Additional RequirementExperience in technicalities of different modes of camera operation, shot division and logical sequencing with natural sound.
Knowledge of colour correction software, i.e., Smoke/ Flame etc.
Proficiency at audio correction, mixing with visual narratives, noise cancellation software.
Experience in maintaining editing and postproduction edit suit and remaining up to date with new technical advance.
Mastery over Photoshop and adobe creative suite.
Experience in production flow design and ability to work individually for long periods of time while maintaining efficiency and output.
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to work with a highly creative team and openness to constructive feedback.
Strong time management skills and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Ability to be self-directed, self-motivated, and self-sufficient.
Ability to work flexible hours, including early mornings, nights and weekends, as required to cover assignments.
Self-motivation and orientation towards set goals, demonstrating accountability, initiative, creativity and focus in a rapidly changing and intellectually stimulating environment.
Ability to thrive in a collaborative work environment, and to /address solve problems creatively and jointly, as appropriate.
Additional salary Info
- Total Vacancy
- Job Type
- Job Level
- Work Place
- Job Circular
- 28 May 2022
- Full time
- 8 years
TIB follows an equal opportunity policy and actively encourages diversity welcoming applications from all especially women, ethnic, religious and other minorities and people with disability. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview. Any attempt at persuasion is treated as disqualification. If an applicant has an immediate family member in any capacity at TIB, s/he must proactively and clearly disclose it. Such candidates can be employed in TIB only by a special approval of the Board of Trustees, even if duly qualified in the competitive selection process.
TIB strictly observes a policy of zero tolerance to corruption and sexual abuse/harassment and all employees are committed to observe TIB’s Code of Ethics.