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Renewable Skills Videographer - Little Buffalo Cultural Camp, Lubicon Lake Band, Alberta August 2024


Iron & Earth is working toward a future where the workforce is dynamically engaged in a thriving green economy. We envision broad participation in the Just Transition, leading to strengthened economic and climate resilience, expanded accessibility to sustainable energy solutions, and meaningful careers. A Just Transition is one that secures the future and livelihoods of workers and their communities in the transition to a low-carbon economy. 

Iron & Earth acknowledges the links between colonialism and climate change, and supports a Just Transition that is informed and led by Indigenous land stewardship.

Established in 2016 by fossil fuel workers, Iron & Earth was sparked by growing concerns of climate change and a collective desire to build a more prosperous and sustainable future.  We believe that if managed well, environmentally and socially sustainable economies can become strong drivers of job creation.

Our vision extends beyond workforce mobilization to foster a community-driven transformation, where people actively contribute to a sustainable and equitable future, for their communities and the planet.

Our team welcomes Indigenous Peoples, racialized persons, people with diverse abilities, genders and sexualities, as well as people with fossil fuel industry experience. We truly value everyone and take  steps to accommodate all persons in our workplace.  


Iron & Earth is seeking a talented and passionate individual to join our team on a contracted basis for our Renewable Skills project. We need someone who can capture the essence of our training through video. The ideal candidate will excel in storytelling through the lens and be skilled at editing video content to reflect Iron & Earth's objectives and mission.

The videographer will attend onsite and obtain video footage and photographs during the training program. The videos and photographs will be used in the digital media campaign for the project.


As the videographer for Iron & Earth you will responsible for:

  • Provide Iron & Earth with inputs and feedback regarding the script;
  • Conduct interviews with participants, instructors and other attendees following Iron & Earth guidelines;
  • Operate the video cameras and all the required equipment to capture the needed footages;
  • Collaborate with the Renewable Skills team to include all creative ideas and requirements, including by attending online video calls when requested by the Iron & Earth team;
  • Ensure that anyone being photographed or filmed signed a media release consent form; 
  • Ensure that all videos and photographs produced meet quality standards and brand guidelines, including the project funders and partners, speakers and attendees;

Key deliverables consist of:

  • Footage from the videos shoots
  • About 30-35 photos per training day
    • Note: Contractor to deliver 3-5 photos uploaded by 5:00 pm MT each day of the training so Iron & Earth can include a link to photos in a media release about the training.
  • Upload the deliverables to the dedicated Google shared drive as per the Renewable Skills Project Manager.


We talked about Iron & Earth, about the project and about the different responsibilities that are coming with it. Now let’s talk a little bit about you. Here are the qualities that we look for in the ideal candidate:

  • Proven previous videographer experience with a complex portofolio;, 
  • Proficiency in video editing softwares and Google Drive;
  • Capability of meeting deadlines on time;
  • Managing the production of multiple videos at the same time;
  • Flexibility to adapt to small upcoming changes;
  • Constant communication with Iron & Earth, and contractor required to respond to all professional correspondence within 3 business days
  • Experience working with Indigenous Communities is a strong asset.
  • Reside within a 200 km radius of Mihkowapikwaniy Cultural Camp, Lubicon Lake, AB, including communities such as Peace River and Grand Prairie, AB, a strong asset.


Compensation and Hours

This is a contracted position. Compensation is under the form of a flat fee for each part of the project. A detailed breakdown of the compensation and what is included will be provided during the interview process.

Lunch during the training delivery will be arranged directly by Iron & Earth’s partner at the training venue.


As this is an in person delivery, we require the candidates to be resigning within a 200 Km radius of Crowsnest Lake Bible Camp, Blairmore, Alberta.

Key dates

August 19 and 20, 2024 training delivery at the Little Buffalo Cultural Camp, Lubicon Lake Band, Alberta, from approximately 8:30 am MT until 4:30 pm MT

Photographs and footage to be uploaded by August 27, 2024

Potential for 2 extra shooting days on July 13 and August 21, 2024, to be determined and confirmed by Iron & Earth1

How to apply

If you want to make a change in the world we live in, send your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Please include in your email how you heard about this opportunity. We want to thank you in advance for your interest, however, due to the high number of applicants, only selected candidates will be contacted.

We believe in everyone. We see the strength in your unique history.  

You've read all this way,  you may as well apply!

Iron & Earth is committed to partnering with Indigenous workers to empower their communities to become self-sufficient in training programs, clean energy transition projects, and employment opportunities to combat environmental racism. It falls to all of us to continue the work of healing and reconciliation in our communities and our organizations. Our relationship with the land and the people who live here shapes who we are. It is in the spirit of reconciliation and honouring the past that we recognize treaties and agreements wherever they are and wherever we work.

We also acknowledge all peoples who live, work, and play on this land, and who honour and celebrate this territory.
As individuals and teams we may make mistakes along the way, but we are dedicated to growth, openness, compassion, and forgiveness. These principles in our work are essential to building successful and healthy relationships with individuals, communities, organizations, and governments.

We look forward to building a path to lead us to a better relationship with Indigenous nations and the environment around us based on peace, friendship, and respect.