About UN Jobs in the Philippines – Photographer:
The position will be filled on a “when actually hired” basis for an initial period of 11 months. The photographer will report directly to the Communications Officer and will be overseen by the Head of Communications, Partnerships, and Reports Unit. The photographer is expected to work a few days each month on average. The number of working days per month requested may vary depending on the activities or field mission schedule.
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- Capture images and films of assigned WFP events, activities, field missions, and case studies for use in awareness raising, advocacy, fundraising, and media objectives, while keeping cultural, gender, and other various sensitivities in mind, according to WFP rules.
- Write full captions, ensuring complete and accurate details of case studies.
- Verify that the people photographed are aware of the location of the photograph and that the consent form is signed.
- After each assignment, ensure a quick turnaround of materials, including a selection of at least 25 chosen images, with low-resolution copies provided whenever needed for urgent social media posting.
- The photographer is encouraged to capture interesting or unique images within the scope of the field mission.
- Capable of traveling to field missions, particularly in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Area.
- Other related tasks as assigned by the team
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- Bachelor’s Degree in Photography, Multimedia Arts, or any other related fields
- Any Bachelor’s Degree with photography/photojournalism degrees or diplomas
- At least five years of professional photographic experience
- Experience in the publishing industry is advantageous.
- Familiarity with video production is a plus.
- Possession of a professional camera and other necessary tools
- Proficiency in, and access to, photo editing software
- Able to follow strict editorial guidelines
- Able to travel for fieldwork
- Knowledge of the local context and project developments (knowledge of the local language is an advantage, but not required)
- Show an awareness of the communication needs of a humanitarian organization and/or development and humanitarian organizations.
- Good written and communication skills in English