Apply By: March 29, 2024

RFP: Videographer / Editor to Produce a Series of Impact Videos (Indonesia-based)

Position Overview

Title: RFP: Videographer / Editor to Produce a Series of Impact Videos (Indonesia-based)
Classification: RFP
Location and Duration: Remote
Duration of Consultancy: April 1, 2024 – June 1, 2024

Position Summary


Women’s World Banking is seeking an Indonesia-based videographer/editor. We’re looking for a collaborative, detail-oriented creative with a strong background in storytelling to assist in the creative design, scripting and editing of a new video series describing Women’s World Banking’s recent work in Indonesia to increase the financial inclusion of low-income women.

About Women’s World Banking

Women’s World Banking is an international non-profit that has been dedicated to women’s economic empowerment for 45 years. As an evidence-based organization, we turn insights into action and find innovative, impactful ways to empower unbanked and underserved women and promote equal access and usage of formal financial services.

About the Project

Women’s World Banking is launching an impact video series to share the impact of our work in helping to financially include and economically empower women. We want to tell these stories from the perspective of “her”, demonstrating that empowered women can be agents of their own lives achieving prosperity with security and dignity. This approach will not only elevate their crucial perspectives but to also help illustrate why we do what we do. Whether a woman is an end customer of a financial solution we helped roll out or she is a ministry official who has collaborated with us to advocate for policy change, fueling her economic empowerment is our purpose.

We expect footage and videos from Indonesia by local videographers with a "boots on the ground"/raw feel to be edited into branded video stories with similar story arcs - the challenge, the solution, and the positive life change they have seen as a result of their interaction with Women’s World Banking. Please assume the videos will be viewed on mobile devices and laptops as well as projected on large screens at conferences.


A. Video Profile:

2 unit of 1-minute video profile of an Indonesian policymaker who has contributed to advancing women's economic empowerment through policy change. The video should include subtitles and captions suitable for integration into websites and social media reels

B. Impact Story Videos:

2 units of 3 to 4-minute videos showcasing Women's World Banking's advisory projects in Indonesia. These videos should focus on the Women’s World Banking’s financial solutions using a women-centered design methodology and highlight the financial access and benefits received by women clients. They should include subtitles and captions suitable for social media and website platforms. Reference: Empowering women migrant workers with international digital remittances

C. Still Photos:

25 edited conceptual photos of the women interviewed, as well as action photos of these women accessing financial services and / or at work in their workplace (ministry or small business).

Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications

  1. Strong communication skills
  2. Proven track record in video producing, editing with a storytelling approach through various mediums is a must
  3. Time-management and ability to meet deadlines.
  4. At least 5+ years working professionally in video editing and production
  5. Experience in motion graphics
  6. Ability to communicate with internal and external teams in a calm and concise manner
  7. Impeccable attention to detail, especially in naming systems and file organization
  8. Expert time management skills. You calmly and effectively prioritize short-term and long-term projects
  9. Pro Tools mastery – an in-depth understanding of the tools and techniques used with the latest versions of the software
  10. A comprehensive understanding of video editing: frame sizes, bit depth, file formats.
  11. A comprehensive understanding of audio editing: Proficiency and understanding of when and how to utilize de-noising, clipping, plosive, click, verb, etc.
  12. Rhythmic ear for pairing audio and visual elements (dialogue, music, sound clips)

How to Apply

Applications must be received no later than March 29, 2024 at midnight ET.

Please submit your proposal, including but not limited to the following components:

  1. Detailed fee proposal
  2. Detailed timeline to fulfill deliverables listed above
  3. PowerPoint deck, including the below elements:
    • Details of your company and its qualifications
    • List of similar projects completed and relevant organizational experience;
    • Availability in next 3 months to complete the work on time; and
    • Internet links to similar videos that you would like us to consider in reviewing your proposal
  4. Project team roles and responsibilities for the project.

Applicants may submit their question(s) in writing until March 29, 2024 to Please include in the e-mail subject line “Submission: SEA 45 Women Videographers”.

This RFP does not guarantee or commit Women’s World Banking to proceeding with the above-described work. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Women’s World Banking is an equal opportunity employer for all regardless of race, color, citizenship, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran or reservist status or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.

Women’s World Banking will be unable to contract with any individual who is US citizen or resident without an LLC or LP or similar structure.

About Women's World Banking

We believe in being a force for the greater good, devoted to accelerating and growing the financial inclusion of women. With rapidly changing markets, influenced by technology and social behavioral expectations, we are embarking on a new chapter to transform the way we design and implement solutions.

For over 40 years, Women’s World Banking has partnered with financial institutions, showing them the benefit of investing in women as customers. We equip these institutions with in-depth research and data driven insights to develop financial products and educational programs. While our clients are financial service providers, our mission is to engage consumers – women who are marginalized by financial systems.

Women’s World Banking and WWB Asset Management is an equal employment opportunity for all regardless of race, color, citizenship, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran or reservist status or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.