Freelance Graphic Designer // Apolitical
Apolitical is the world’s first global impact network for government and its partners. It was founded to accelerate what’s working in governments by helping busy, often isolated public servants find the ideas, connections and partners they need to understand and implement solutions to the hard policy problems facing our societies.
Apolitical also celebrates the hard working men and women in governments around the world. By recognising often unsung heroes in its media, and providing them with inspiring ideas and connections, Apolitical helps governments attract, retain and motivate top talent.
We’re fun, hard working and mission driven.
A designer with strong creative and technical skill who ideally has experience or at least interest in the public sector. You are able to create original concepts from design briefs and to turn work over relatively quickly.
- Conceptualise and create print and digital marketing and communications products including infographics, reports, business cards, handouts.
- Provide creative input on the preparation of look, design and feel of a range of projects, events and meetings.
We are looking to find a “go-to” fun and easy to work with person who can work remotely but can also stop by our office to exchange ideas and discuss projects. At the beginning of the role, the work commitment is likely to be around 1-2 days a week (for 4-6 weeks). This could turn into more hours or a full time position if suitable.
We would like to start working together ASAP.
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