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Work with us, Graphic Designer

Graphic Designer (volunteer position - part-time)

A unique volunteer opportunity exists within Architects for Peace for a Graphic Designer to join our Melbourne team. The ideal candidate will be the creative core of the organization with the ability to conceptualize, develop and execute visual internal and external communications, produce outstanding event collateral and promotional materials, and assist with various awareness and fundraising campaigns.

Highly valued personal and professional qualities would see you having a thoughtful creative approach in capturing key themes and issues about social justice in the built environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce graphic design content for the organization’s online and archive resources
  • Manage website, social media, direct marketing and other promotional platforms and channels
  • Assist in the coordination of social media campaigns via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and MailChimp including: content and design
  • Work closely with the volunteer team in the organization’s website redesign


Essential skills:

  • Have tertiary qualifications in Graphic Design or an equivalent course
  • Exceptional creative design skills with the ability to think outside the box
  • Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Ideally 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role within the not for profit sector
  • Have experience in creating targeted social media, digital marketing and advertising campaigns
  • Ideally have user interface design experience (with an understanding of fundamental UX principles)
  • Ideally have experience in event photography and videography
  • The successful candidate will be a team player who is passionate about social justice

How to apply: 
Please send your resume to 
nicole@architectsforpeace.org and richie@architectsforpeace.org
and we will get in touch with you.

About us:
Architects for Peace is a fully volunteer run, not for profit incorporated organisation made up of planners, architects, urban designers, landscape architects, engineers, environmentalists and artists that aims to provide an alternative forum for debating political, environmental and social issues in the professional urban context. In Melbourne we are a small and friendly team of students and professionals of diverse backgrounds and experience.


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