Job opportunity




Kingston, Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica

Sep 6, 2022

Sep 6, 2022

Job type


Start Date

Mid-Late November 2022

Expected Duration

1-2 months


Based on consultant budget/cost for services. All payments will be made based on the contract agreement and upon receipt and approval of the relevant deliverables.  Payments are processed within 7-10 business days following submission and approval of invoices.

About JYAN

The Jamaica Youth Advocacy Network (JYAN) is an independent, youth-led, non-governmental organisation (NGO) dedicated to youth development and human rights advocacy.  JYAN is supported by youth values and seeks to develop, empower, and sustain a cadre of youth advocates to lobby for change on behalf of young people by promoting positive behaviours, teaching techniques of positive advocacy, contributing to policies affecting them and building their capacity in Jamaica, the Caribbean and beyond.

About the Role

In March 2021, JYAN began advocacy work focusing on the impact of health and nutrition in the school environment on children and young people, with particular focus on the need for Jamaica to finalise and implement the School Nutrition and Wellness Policy. Jamaica needs the School Nutrition Policy to ensure our children’s right to a healthy school environment and reduce the social and economic impacts of poor nutrition and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) on the society. The videos developed under the HNYAM Project seek to: (1) bring attention to the unhealthy school nutrition environment (2) highlight the importance of restricting the promotion and access to unhealthy food and beverages in schools; (3) raise awareness about the role of the School Nutrition Policy in providing good nutrition and protecting the well-being of children and youth in schools.

Scope of Work

1. Provide videography, graphic design, animation and production service for the following:

- A three minutes conversation style video featuring youth advocates, looking at the issue of nutrition and youth.

- A three minutes animated video exploring the school food environment.

- A three minutes video on the School Nutrition Policy (Green Paper)

2.  Audio and video recording services.

3. Audio and video editing services for all videos, inclusive of closed captions.

4. Talent recruitment services, which should be reflected in the overall budget.


Approved work outline/methodology and technical schedule of work

  1. Record and edit four (4) 3-minute videos, with closed captions included.

  2. Electronic copies of edited videos and graphics on a flash drive, Google Drive, and any additional storage device.

  3. Meetings with the JYAN team and stakeholders throughout the duration of the consultancy, as needed.

Reporting Relationship

The consultant will work under the overall supervision of JYAN’s Executive Director and will work directly with the Communications and Social Media Officer, to have the outputs developed, approved, and finalised within the set deadlines.


The consultant should ideally possess:

  • At least 3-5 years of professional experience in videography, graphic design and animation.

  • Undergraduate Degree or any similar qualification in relevant fields.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with young people and children.

  • Samples of work previously done that are similar in nature to this TOR.

  • Ability and willingness to work well with people at all levels and in all their diversity.

How to apply

Interested parties are asked to submit a detailed proposal outlining their approach to the project, including timelines, their budget/cost for services, and at least 2 samples of work in alignment with the scope of this engagement.  

The deadline for submission is 6:00 PM on Monday, November 7, 2022.  Proposals should be submitted to the attention of the Executive Director at, cc:

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. JYAN is an equal opportunity organization and does not discriminate based on race, class, gender, religion, physical ability or sexual orientation. Young people are especially encouraged to apply for this role.