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Photographer / videographer

Job Type: Contract | Company: CTG Global | Location: Tripoli, Libya | Date posted: 27-11-2016

Vacancy reference no.:



Photographer / videographer

Place of performance:

Libya (Obari/Sebha, Benghazi, Kikla, Tripoli)

Contract duration:

up to 6 months

Starting date:




CTG support and manage humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world. With past performance in 15 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South America – we offer a holistic fabric of project management, implementation and support. Skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, we have the ability to act quickly (crisis response teams can be on the ground in 24 hours) and to establish structured operations in high-risk environments. CTG recruit and manage qualified, skilled teams with extensive experience operating in challenging conditions.



The Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) is an immediate stabilization initiative that provides quick rehabilitation of critical infrastructure, and enhances the engagement between the central government and municipalities. The Stabilization Facility will repair light infrastructure within the conflict affected areas to reverse the physical disruption caused by the conflict, and enable the reopening of key services at the municipal level.  It may also support quick recovery of businesses that are critical to the survival of whole communities through rehabilitation and provision of equipment.


The Stabilization Facility will undertake rehabilitation of light infrastructure and critical businesses destroyed by conflict in East, West and South Libya.


The project will support the following types of infrastructure rehabilitation:

• key public infrastructure including clinics, hospitals, schools and police stations and government buildings;

• rehabilitation of waste water treatment facilities, and water networks;

• rehabilitation of power stations, electricity networks, power grids and other destroyed electricity infrastructure;

• Rehabilitation of roads and bridges;

• Rehabilitation of small businesses that are critical to the community (e.g. bakeries).


The project will also require provision of equipment that will complement the works, including:

• Provision of equipment including alternative electricity sources.

• Provision of equipment to small businesses being rehabilitated.


The first step of the project will be to undertake a participatory rapid needs assessment in the first three locations where the Stabilization Facility will start working in, including a location in the East, West and South Libya.



Role objective:


• To support communication of the GNA’s delivery of services through the SFL, and to ensure that delivery is documented for monitoring and evaluation.




• To support the PC and GNA communications efforts in demonstrating to the Libyan public the effectiveness of the GNA in delivering services to citizens, by producing high-quality photographs / videos recording the delivery of services and their effect;

• To reassure the SFL Manager and donors that outputs are actually being delivered on the ground.


Expected output:

1. The photographer / videographer’s work will include:

a. Documenting the progress of UNDP projects in the region such as delivery of items, progress with construction, completion of training, and the use of these skills, items and buildings;

b. Understanding the UNDP deliverables in the region, discussing with the relevant UNDP team the key areas where photographic / videographic material could add value in monitoring and communications, and agreeing with the team leader which areas would be most effective for recording;

c. Seeking out appropriate photographic subjects and opportunities;

d. Carrying out research and preparation for a shoot;

e. Managing the processing and use of images, discussing technical problems, checking for quality and similar details;

f. Transmitting the photos and video according to deadlines in the best quality possible, along with the necessary information such as subjects’ names, titles, location, date and the photo opportunity.

2. The photographer / videographer will work closely with the other members of the SFL communications team, and the communications teams of the PC and GNA, to ensure that the messages communicated through the photos and videos produced reflect the key messages agreed for the SFL.

3. The photographer / videographer will develop a close relationship with the PC and GNA communications teams, so that opportunities for photos and videos may be identified by any team member, the opportunities communicated to the rest of the team, and the coverage obtained swiftly and to high quality.


Project reporting:

The photographer / videographer will report to the UNDP Libya Head of Communications


Team management:





§  Bachelor's degree in media.


Work experience:

§  Minimum of 2 years of demonstrable relevant Media & Communications experience.


Geographical experience:

§  Minimum of 2 years of experience in Africa with local experience in Libya is an advantage.



§  Fluency in Arabic and English are essential.


Key competencies:

The contract will be for 72 days over six months initially, subject to the continued relevance of the post and the fate of the SFL.  The contract may be extended if needed based on good performance.

The consultant will therefore be held on monthly retainer, with an expected requirement for approximately 12 days / month.


Other relevant information:

The consultancy will be based in (location) with travel within Libya to the selected project locations.

Travel within Tripoli will be in the consultant’s private vehicle, and the consultant will provide her/his own accommodation.  Transport to other project locations in Libya may require armoured vehicles, depending on discussions between the consultant and the UNDP FSO.  Travel to Tunis will be by scheduled flights or UN aviation depending on availability and cost.

  • Demonstrated ability to shoot effective and emotive stills and video;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of software such as Photoshop, Light room or similar;

To apply please click on the following Link: https://recruitmentctg.force.com/xcdrecruit__Site_ExternalPositionDetails?id=a1124000000vyOj

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