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Graphic Designer for SDGs, UN75 and COVID19 projects

UN Cameroon Resident Coordinator's Office

05 Apr 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
05 Apr 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
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We are looking for a candidate with substantial experience in graphic design—someone who can communicate a story or an idea visually and who is used to create infographics for reports and research papers. UNRCO Cameroon is currently in the process of creating several reports and are hence looking for someone who can accompany us in this task.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
UNRCO in Cameroon is regularly producing reports, posters, roll-ups, and material for social media. This year we are working with campaigns such as UN75 and the Decade of Action. Campaigns launched at the beginning of the year, promoting the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030. The graphic designer will assist us in creating material for these campaigns as well as help us with other needs that might arise, such as the creation of infographics for reports. With the upcoming challenges related to the COVID-19 outbreak, assistance with graphic content could also be needed.
Volunteers: 1 needed
11-20 hours per week / 12 weeks
A minimum of five years of experience from graphic and artistic design. The ability to present and transform complex texts into a visual format easy to understand, i.e., experience with the creation of infographics. Solid knowledge of the various components in the Adobe package. Previous experience from working with the SDG's and Agenda2030 is a plus.
Africa
English, French

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