UN Resident Coordinator Office Indonesia
RCS in Jakarta, Indonesia
Description of assignment title: Graphic Design (Report Design) for UN Indonesia Leaving No One Behind (LNOB) Study
Assignment country: Indonesia
Expected start date: Invalid Date
Sustainable Development Goal: 10. Reduced inequalities
For how many hours per week will the volunteer be required?
1 – 5
Host entity: UN Resident Coordinator Office Indonesia
Duration: 4 weeks
Number of assignments: 3
Mission and objectives
The United Nations Resident Coordinator’s Office (RCO) supports the UN Resident Coordinator (RC) in Indonesia. As designated representative of the UN Secretary-General, RC leads and strategically positions the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in support of national priorities, development strategies, and plans. RCO coordinates activities related to common programming of UN in Indonesia. The support includes strategic planning, programme and operations management, policy guidance, data management and results reporting as well as knowledge management, advocacy, and communications – all seeking to enhance UN coherence and improve overall programme impact to better achieve development results.
Leaving No One Behind (LNOB) remains UNCT priority for the coming years. As part of the 2022 Common Country Analysis update, the UN in Indonesia is commissioning a Leaving No One Behind (LNOB) study, which aims to identify groups or populations that are being left furthest behind and the factors contributing to inequitable development. The study will help ensure LNOB inclusion across all the UNCT’s programmatic interventions, partnerships, data collection activities, policy advice and advocacy, and contribute to the development of a bespoke monitoring and reporting framework for LNOB. Focus group discussions were conducted with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) on the findings of the study to understand to what extent some groups that are not covered in the nationally-representative-data are left behind.
RCO UN in Indonesia is looking for an online volunteer to assist with the graphic design of the UN Indonesia LNOB Study with below key tasks: – Establish a unique visual identity (color palette, fonts, typography, dimensions, etc.) for the report – Layout visual and written content in a sophisticated, easy-to-read format for a diverse audience – Design report cover to reflect broader themes and messages in the report – Enhance/edit visual assets (photographs, infographics, imageries, etc.) as needed – Revise drafts of the report (including text and visuals) based on feedback – Package and share the final/approved version of the report in high and low-resolution formats – Provide raw format of the report (should there be edits needed later)
- Proven experience in developing digital and print publications with the use of innovative software (such as Adobe Design Premium, InDesign, Illustrator, CorelDraw, and web design tools such as Dreamweaver and Flash, etc.)
- Demonstrated experience undertaking graphic production from conceptualization to published/printed, with knowledge of printing processes (offset and digital) and color management.
- A minimum of two (2) years of work-related experience in graphic design with proven knowledge of graphic layout and design across multiple media channels.
- Sample of work in application would be welcome.
English, Level: Fluent, Required Indonesian, Level: Working knowledge, Desirable
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