|Date Posted||October 9, 2019|
Media Training Manager
Organisation: FilmAid International
Closing date: 21 Oct 2019
FilmAid is an international development and humanitarian communications organization that harnesses the power and influence of media and the arts to respond to emergencies as well as promote social change through dialogue in order to protect the wellbeing of displaced and vulnerable populations by building stronger, healthier, and more informed communities around the world. FilmAid has been using the power of film and media for 19 years. Its work in social behavior change communication (SBCC) spans more than 12 years. FilmAid has been working in Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps for 18 years with a wealth of knowledge in behavior and attitudes of refugees and hosting communities concerning their health and social habits.
FilmAid is deploying a three-pronged approach to achieve the goal of improving refugee/returnee community capacity, resilience and self-reliance to respond to the need for trusted and timely life-saving information in Dadaab, Kakuma and Kalobeyei. The components include Skills Development for Refugees and Returnees; Life-Saving Information Dissemination; and Social and Behavior Change Communications (SBCC). At least 80% of the staff (Community Resources Persons) that deliver FilmAid programs are from affected communities; building community self-management and leadership. Supporting and mainstreaming community-led responses to social challenges and building spaces for dialogue on the issues they face build community resilience and individual self-reliance. This enables affected populations to raise awareness, engage influencers (youth, government, UNHCR), and mobilize the larger community to respond to issues affecting them and address their concerns sustainably.
· Experience in community and / or participatory media production.
· Commensurate education and years of experience in largely broadcast media training.
· Ability to oversee creative productions in multiple mediums, including: Film, Audio and Digital formats.
· Thorough understanding of principles of Creative Copyright issues.
· Highly developed communication skills and excellent command of English language, both written and spoken.
· Experience working within an international, multi-lingual environment and ability to work well under pressure in difficult environments.
Main Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
· Develop and maintain student recruitment standards that are competitive, objective and inclusive.
· Develop and maintain training standards in film, journalism and graphic design (i.e. scheme of work, curriculum, standardised assessments, course work, student records, attendance sheets etc.).
· Ensure internal and external examinations are conducted to acceptable certification standards.
· Maintain the quality of training programme through self-evaluation exercises as well as internal and external quality control audits.
· Imaginative, creative and artistic.
· Effective leadership, management and supervision of multiple creative teams.
· Financial planning & management skills.
· Commitment to code of conduct, child and adult safeguarding principles.
· Commitment to humanitarian principles and action.