SNV is an international not-for-profit development organisation, working in 30+ countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. SNV specializes in supporting the resourcefulness of development actors by developing local capacities, improving performance and services, strengthening governance systems, helping to create access for excluded groups and by making markets work for the poor. Our global team of advisors use their specialist sector and change expertise in Agriculture, Renewable Energy and WASH to facilitate sustainable change in the livelihoods of millions of people living in poverty.
South Sumatra Partnership for Landscape Management Support Project (KELOLA SENDANG)
SNV is part of the South Sumatra Partnership for Landscape Management Support Project, also known as Kemitraan Pengelolaan Lanskap Sembilang Dangku (KELOLA Sendang), which has been initiated by several organisations to support the South Sumatera Government's Green Growth vision. The landscape is stretching across Musi Banyuasin and Banyuasin districts in South Sumatra province. This is a multi-use landscape that includes settlements, cultivation (predominantly industrial timber, rubber, and oil palm plantations), as well as biodiversity hotspots including Berbak-Sembilang National Park and Dangku Wildlife Preserve.
In the period 1990-2014, deforestation accounted for about 63% of all observed land use/cover changes and forest degradation for about 20% (Bioclime 2016, processed). Moreover, the conversion is dominated by cash crop plantations with oil palm cultivation as the major contributing factor (65%), 10% from agriculture and 9% by the development of forest plantations. The highest deforestation occurred in the period 2000-2010 and was around 30%. However, increasing global demand for other agricultural commodities may soon also increase pressure on forests.
The project promotes Sustainable Landscape Management as an approach for sustainable development at the landscape and village level, while minimizing the trade-offs between economic, social and environmental goals. Under the KELOLA Sendang project, SNV leads the development and implementation of key interventions aimed at enhancing the sustainability practice of commodities, including natural rubber, palm oil and coconut; improving livelihood of smallholder farmers managing those commodities, and engage with private sectors to implement responsible sourcing approach in their supply chains.
Up to date, SNV has support and improve livelihood of more than 2,000 rubber and palm oil farmers in the landscape to implement better management practices (BMP). The capacity of farmer groups and cooperatives has also been improved, including their institutional and business capacity. Market linkage has also been developed, including direct selling to factories, as well as the implementation of Responsible Sourcing from Smallholders approach to 5 rubber and palm oil companies in the landscape.
The project will be finished on March 2020, and some lesson learns will be developed. SNV is seeking for a qualified videographer (company or individual) to produce visual communication through short films and pictures from the field to share with stakeholders at national and global level and to use as an advocacy tool.
Scope of Work and Responsibilities

1. The videographer will visualize SNV activities within KELOLA Sendang Project, specifically on the topic of "Responsible sourcing of sustainable natural rubber from smallholders in Kelola Sendang landscape".

2. The videographer will work closely with SNV project technical teams and the partners, under the supervision of Knowledge Management advisor.

3. The videographer also needs to coordinate with Kelola Sendang Team, in particular Knowledge Management division, to align the products with KS communication products in general.

4. The videographer is required to have their own equipment and be available for field travel immediately as needed. The product will remain the property of SNV.

5. The vendor will not give the film or any part thereof, to any third party without the written permission of SNV. The film and all its components such as footage, music, soundbites, etc. will be a property of SNV, and the agency will not share the same with anyone else.

6. The vendor will not put their own name or logo/emblem in or on the film. The only organization branding in the film will be SNV. SNV may choose to add the name or a logo of any other partner organization, including government.

7. The vendor will not publish photos or video to social media channels or elsewhere without first obtaining agreement in writing (e.g. an email) from SNV.

8. Below is a guide to the type of services that will be required.

Required Skill
Required document to apply
1. Experience in video production (preferably having knowledge on using the local context)

1. CV
2. Sample video (portofolio video maker) he/she produced
3. Financial Proposal that cover production costs (excluded travel costs) and describe project timeline
1. Developing video (scripting, planning, development of concept including story board) in consultation with SNV, KS Team and Private sector partners
A sample of video/film with duration of 60s
2. Responsible in production & post-production stage to present the video and pictures with high quality to SNV, KS Team and private sector partners
Master files (approved final video and picture series) in DVD, USB, and electronic files.
SNV will review and approve all deliverables before the final payment.
Key Deliverable
The videographer will provide the deliverables of:

* 5 to 10 minutes of short video on the topic of "Responsible sourcing of sustainable natural rubber from smallholders in Kelola Sendang landscape".

* Series of pictures showing the practice of sustainable natural rubber in the supply chain (from farmers to factory).

Timing & Duty station
The assignment period will be from Mid October 2019 to January 2020, with travel to South Sumatera (Banyuasin & Musi Banyuasin district)
Payment terms
Payment will be made on deliverable basis.
The videographer will directly report to SNV Project Manager of Kelola Sendang Project.
Candidate profile

* Agency or individual videographer has 5 years' experience or more in the area of videography and photography.

* Proven ability in videography and experience/awareness in the theme of agriculture/forestry/environment, commodity supply chain, or smallholder farmers in the development/humanitarian program.

* Ability to assimilate and communicate complex visual messages in an engaging and friendly manner.

* Access to and able to use the latest technology in the field of film making and multimedia production.

How to apply
If you believe that your credentials meet the outlined profile, we invite you to apply by sending your CV and letter of motivation in English to jobsindonesia@snv.org<mailto:jobsindonesia@snv.org> by latest 5 October 2019 with subject "VIDEOGRAPHER".

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