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Provide a layout for 3 documents for a career transition training in South Sudan

UNV Human Resources Section

29 Nov 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
29 Nov 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
UNV will conduct a career transition training in South Sudan. For that purpose, materials (namely a guide, module outlines, a presentation and different handouts) have been developed. The materials need a layout that matches UNV standards. We are looking for a volunteer that will provide a print-ready layout according to UNV branding guidelines for 2 training documents (mainly text, few graphics) around 180 pages and a power point presentation of approx. 60 pages. We will have a skype meeting at the beginning to agree on the work to be done. Branding tools will be provided, as well as guidance in case of questions during the work process. Due credit will be given to the volunteers. The deadline for this assignment is the 5th of December at noon (German time zone).
Art and design
Web and graphic design
The training will be conducted to facilitate the career transition at the end of assignment of UN Volunteers, serving in UN missions.
Volunteers: 1 needed
11-20 hours per week / 1 weeks
Applicants should have specific knowledge of graphic design and bring relevant experience. Layout experience for UN organizations are an asset. Professional in using InDesign or other similar graphic design programmes. Please provide your CV with links or samples from your design portfolio, if applicable, with work done for an UN organization.

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