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Graphic Designer (Part Time)

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RSPCA Australia
Location
Canberra
Salary
$50,000 - $70,000
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
31 Jul 2017
Industry
Design / Graphics
Job type
Part-time

*** Please note, this job as advertised alongside a part-time Communications Officer position, and the RSPCA would be pleased to hear from applicants who could perform either or both roles. ***

 

 

 

The Graphic Designer works in a team environment to deliver high impact and creative design advice and services to support the work of RSPCA Australia.

The key responsibilities of the Graphic Designer are:

Design and printing:

  • Design advertisements, internal and external publications, information sheets and brochures, ‘thank you’ and donor recognition collateral, campaign materials, social media information, member Society information and activity specific logos, all in response to a brief from an internal RSPCA Australia ‘client’ and taking into consideration the objectives, target markets, the latest thinking on techniques as well as RSPCA online analytics.
  • Liaise with printers and digital distributors (and/or RSPCA staff as needed) regarding quotes, delivery and distribution of printed and other materials.
  • Facilitate the internal printing of in-house publications.
  • Provide input to the design strategy and user experience of RSPCA Australia online communications.
  • Distribution of RSPCA TV and print advertising to media outlets and other channels as needed.
  • Develop and manage RSPCA Australia’s image library.

 

Brand management

  • Design advertisements, internal and external publications, information sheets and brochures, ‘thank you’ and donor recognition collateral, campaign materials, social media information, member Society information and activity specific logos, all in response to a brief from an internal RSPCA Australia ‘client’ and taking into consideration the objectives, target markets, the latest thinking on techniques as well as RSPCA online analytics.
  • Liaise with printers and digital distributors (and/or RSPCA staff as needed) regarding quotes, delivery and distribution of printed and other materials.
  • Facilitate the internal printing of in-house publications.
  • Provide input to the design strategy and user experience of RSPCA Australia online communications.
  • Distribution of RSPCA TV and print advertising to media outlets and other channels as needed.
  • Develop and manage RSPCA Australia’s image library.

Other duties as directed.

 

Work Health and Safety

Managers – Managers, in their areas of responsibility, will ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable:

  1. compliance with RSPCA Australia WHS policies and procedures
  2. identification of improvements and their incorporation into policies and procedures
  3. effective consultation with workers/HSRs/other relevant persons on hazard identification, assessment and control; and incident investigation
  4. communication and dissemination of decisions made on WHS matters and performance
  5. development, implementation and review of local WHS instructions in accordance with workplace need
  6. workers receive adequate information, direction, supervision and support to enable fulfilment of their responsibilities
  7. workers are appropriately inducted and trained in accordance with WHS procedures
  8. workers are held accountable for working safely as they are directed by policies, procedures and local instructions

Workers and Volunteers. Workers and Volunteers are responsible for:

  1. taking care to protect their own health and safety; and
  2. avoiding any act or omission that could adversely affect the health and safety of any other person; and
  3. complying with relevant WHS policies and procedures; and
  4. attending training and induction; and
  5. complying with any reasonable instruction aimed at protecting health and safety in the workplace; and
  6. using any equipment provided to protect health and safety; and 
  7. assisting in the identification of hazards, assessments of risks and implementation of risk control measures; and
  8. keeping work areas in a safe condition; and
  9. reporting any incident or hazard to their line manager; and
  10. providing feedback on any matters which may affect WHS at RSPCA Australia.

 

Selection criteria

We are looking for a positive, passionate, creative and technically capable person to join the RSPCA Australia team.

Our ideal candidate will have

  1. Demonstrated highly-developed capability in the use of the Adobe Creative Suite especially Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator;
  2. Strong conceptual skills and a solid sense of design, layout and typography with an eye for detail when completing finished art;
  3. Proven strong attention to detail and branding guidelines to ensure delivery of accurate information and messages to different, targeted audiences;
  4. The ability to receive and manage feedback constructively, and be able to make design adjustments accordingly;
  5. Demonstrated advanced skills in the preparation of artwork for print and digital formats and an understanding of production schedules and the ability to meet time and budget constraints;
  6. A sound understanding of the RSPCA’s mission and values, an interest in working for a charity and a commitment to animal welfare; and
  7. Tertiary qualifications in graphic design or equivalent workplace experience.

 

APPLICATIONS

Applications should include three documents:  (1) a cover letter document briefly addressing each of the selection criteria; (2) a Curriculum Vitae which should include the names and contact details of two referees, and; (3) a hard-copy or link to an online portfolio showcasing examples of your work.

Applications with ‘Confidential – Graphic designer application’ in the subject line can be submitted via email to rspca@rspca.org.au or alternatively posted to:

Human Resources
RSPCA Australia
PO Box 265
DEAKIN WEST ACT 2600

Applications must be received by midday (AEST) Monday 31 July 2017.

For further information contact Jane Speechley, Campaigns and Communications Lead on (02) 6282 8300 or 0419 748 907, jspeechley@rspca.org.au.

Applications for this job can't be accepted as the job has closed.

Applications for this job can't be accepted as the job has closed.

Graphic Designer (Part Time)

Save
RSPCA Australia
Location
Canberra
Salary
$50,000 - $70,000
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
31 Jul 2017
Industry
Design / Graphics
Job type
Part-time

*** Please note, this job as advertised alongside a part-time Communications Officer position, and the RSPCA would be pleased to hear from applicants who could perform either or both roles. ***

 

 

 

The Graphic Designer works in a team environment to deliver high impact and creative design advice and services to support the work of RSPCA Australia.

The key responsibilities of the Graphic Designer are:

Design and printing:

  • Design advertisements, internal and external publications, information sheets and brochures, ‘thank you’ and donor recognition collateral, campaign materials, social media information, member Society information and activity specific logos, all in response to a brief from an internal RSPCA Australia ‘client’ and taking into consideration the objectives, target markets, the latest thinking on techniques as well as RSPCA online analytics.
  • Liaise with printers and digital distributors (and/or RSPCA staff as needed) regarding quotes, delivery and distribution of printed and other materials.
  • Facilitate the internal printing of in-house publications.
  • Provide input to the design strategy and user experience of RSPCA Australia online communications.
  • Distribution of RSPCA TV and print advertising to media outlets and other channels as needed.
  • Develop and manage RSPCA Australia’s image library.

 

Brand management

  • Design advertisements, internal and external publications, information sheets and brochures, ‘thank you’ and donor recognition collateral, campaign materials, social media information, member Society information and activity specific logos, all in response to a brief from an internal RSPCA Australia ‘client’ and taking into consideration the objectives, target markets, the latest thinking on techniques as well as RSPCA online analytics.
  • Liaise with printers and digital distributors (and/or RSPCA staff as needed) regarding quotes, delivery and distribution of printed and other materials.
  • Facilitate the internal printing of in-house publications.
  • Provide input to the design strategy and user experience of RSPCA Australia online communications.
  • Distribution of RSPCA TV and print advertising to media outlets and other channels as needed.
  • Develop and manage RSPCA Australia’s image library.

Other duties as directed.

 

Work Health and Safety

Managers – Managers, in their areas of responsibility, will ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable:

  1. compliance with RSPCA Australia WHS policies and procedures
  2. identification of improvements and their incorporation into policies and procedures
  3. effective consultation with workers/HSRs/other relevant persons on hazard identification, assessment and control; and incident investigation
  4. communication and dissemination of decisions made on WHS matters and performance
  5. development, implementation and review of local WHS instructions in accordance with workplace need
  6. workers receive adequate information, direction, supervision and support to enable fulfilment of their responsibilities
  7. workers are appropriately inducted and trained in accordance with WHS procedures
  8. workers are held accountable for working safely as they are directed by policies, procedures and local instructions

Workers and Volunteers. Workers and Volunteers are responsible for:

  1. taking care to protect their own health and safety; and
  2. avoiding any act or omission that could adversely affect the health and safety of any other person; and
  3. complying with relevant WHS policies and procedures; and
  4. attending training and induction; and
  5. complying with any reasonable instruction aimed at protecting health and safety in the workplace; and
  6. using any equipment provided to protect health and safety; and 
  7. assisting in the identification of hazards, assessments of risks and implementation of risk control measures; and
  8. keeping work areas in a safe condition; and
  9. reporting any incident or hazard to their line manager; and
  10. providing feedback on any matters which may affect WHS at RSPCA Australia.

 

Selection criteria

We are looking for a positive, passionate, creative and technically capable person to join the RSPCA Australia team.

Our ideal candidate will have

  1. Demonstrated highly-developed capability in the use of the Adobe Creative Suite especially Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator;
  2. Strong conceptual skills and a solid sense of design, layout and typography with an eye for detail when completing finished art;
  3. Proven strong attention to detail and branding guidelines to ensure delivery of accurate information and messages to different, targeted audiences;
  4. The ability to receive and manage feedback constructively, and be able to make design adjustments accordingly;
  5. Demonstrated advanced skills in the preparation of artwork for print and digital formats and an understanding of production schedules and the ability to meet time and budget constraints;
  6. A sound understanding of the RSPCA’s mission and values, an interest in working for a charity and a commitment to animal welfare; and
  7. Tertiary qualifications in graphic design or equivalent workplace experience.

 

APPLICATIONS

Applications should include three documents:  (1) a cover letter document briefly addressing each of the selection criteria; (2) a Curriculum Vitae which should include the names and contact details of two referees, and; (3) a hard-copy or link to an online portfolio showcasing examples of your work.

Applications with ‘Confidential – Graphic designer application’ in the subject line can be submitted via email to rspca@rspca.org.au or alternatively posted to:

Human Resources
RSPCA Australia
PO Box 265
DEAKIN WEST ACT 2600

Applications must be received by midday (AEST) Monday 31 July 2017.

For further information contact Jane Speechley, Campaigns and Communications Lead on (02) 6282 8300 or 0419 748 907, jspeechley@rspca.org.au.

Applications for this job can't be accepted as the job has closed.