Design and layout of communication materials for Asia Pacific
Application deadline 1 year ago: Saturday 31 Oct 2020 at 11:00 UTCOpen application form
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The Online Volunteer will work closely with the Partnerships team in UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub to support in the design and layout of brochures, publications, and other communications materials assigned to the Online Volunteer. The Online Volunteer will be provided with relevant guidelines and accompanying instructions for each task. We expect each Online Volunteer to design one document every 3 weeks. The scope of documents can include reports and other documents for printing and electronic distribution; infographics and improve/ edit photos, charts, and other graphic elements; information and communication materials. Detailed scope of work for each individual assignment will be shared with the Online Volunteer prior to the start of every assignment.
- Art and design
Web and graphic design
The overall objective is to support UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub and working across country offices in Asia and Pacific. UNDP in Asia and the Pacific has 24 Country Offices and works regionally from the Bangkok Regional Hub. Our work covers 36 countries and territories. From the world’s most populous nation to the smallest island territory. Guided by the UNDP’s Strategic Plan, the Bangkok Regional Hub supports governments in the region by providing policy and technical expertise on sustainable development, democratic governance and peacebuilding, and climate and disaster resilience in countries across the region with an overarching effort on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The materials designed as part of the assignment will support the Regional Partnerships Team in its effort to raise UNDPs profile among key donors and partners.
Volunteers: 3 needed
1-5 hours per week / 12 weeks
Academic Qualification: • University degree in Industrial Art, Graphic Design or diploma on completion of training course on professional graphic design. Professional Experience: • A minimum four years of experience working as a graphic designer in a multicultural, international environment; • Experience in producing designs for the United Nations, governments or international nonprofits or advocacy campaigns will be an advantage; • Strong graphic design skills, and tools.