The European Federation of Education Employers is pleased to launch a call for a video-maker to record during four events (the first of which is expected to take place in Dublin, Ireland on May 24 and 25, 2023) and to create videos in the framework of the implementation of the project “Effective School Management in the Twin Transition – Evolution of Teachers Working Time due to the Green and Digital Transitions – Education Employers Capacity Building Project”  supported by the European Commission under the European Social Fund+ (ESF+) Social Prerogatives and Specific Competencies Lines (SocPL).

The video-maker is expected to take care of the video and sound recording of debates, interviews, and other sessions during three peer learning activities and one conference as agreed on with EFEE and, following each event, to edit the recorded materials into publishable videos.

More information about EFEE


The European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE) is a recognised European social partner organisation for education employers. EFEE represents in total 61 education employers’ organisations in 27 European countries of all sectors of education, from pre-school to higher education, research, and VET, including ministries of education, local government associations, school boards’ and school heads’ associations, non-public and private school associations, Conferences of University Rectors, and Networks of Private Universities. Our mission is to improve the quality of teaching and school management through European cooperation and dialogue. On the basis of the European Pillar of Social Rights, we raise awareness on and increase commitment to the European policy agenda and influence European policy by making the voices of our members heard. As an officially recognised European social partner in education, we, thereby, are in constant dialogue with EU institutions as well as other European partners such as trade unions and various educational networks.

More information about the position


The contractor’s responsibilities will include:

  • Participate in a pre-meeting with EFEE (online), three peer learning activities, and a closing conference.
  • During each peer learning activity and the conference, take care of the video and sound recording of several sessions (debates, interviews, etc.) as agreed on in advance with EFEE. To ensure quality recording and avoid any delays, the video-maker is expected to prepare and test the equipment before the start of each event.
  • Directly following each peer learning activity and the conference, edit the recorded materials to produce publishable videos and share them with EFEE for feedback. For each event, 2-3 videos of 10-15 minutes each will be expected.
  • If required, implement the feedback provided by EFEE in a timely fashion.

The contractor is also expected to display the following competences:

  • Evidence track record of sound and video recording and editing experience
  • Preferably, understanding of school management and/or of education-related challenges in the twin transition
  • Ability to communicate fluently verbally and in writing in English (at least C1 level). Additional European languages such as French, Dutch, (Cypriot) Greek, and Slovenian will be considered an asset.

Content and Presentation of the bids

The bids should contain a detailed explanation of the qualifications and the experience of the potential contractor, e.g. information on references from the contractor on similar projects already handled, to demonstrate their experience and capability to succeed in performing the tasks as set out in section 2 of this tender.

The potential contractor is also requested to send a budget listing the costs by task including a fair estimation of the number of working days and the number of people participating in the tasks (if more than one person).

Replies have to be presented by 30 April 2023 at the latest to and E-Mail Subject: Video-maker for Teachers Working Time

More information about this Call for Tender is available in the document below.

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