Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 21/01/2019 UNITAR, Internship/Traineeship - Design & Communication

United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Palais des Nations, Geneva, Svizzera
Comunicazione/Marketing, Grafica e Design
4 - 6 mesi. Inizio giugno/luglio 2019. 
L'offerta scade il 30/04/2019
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Attività:

Typical tasks assigned to the intern/trainee may include the following:

  • To support colleagues in the development of external communication products, such as brochures, advertisements and web design, as well as online courses;
  • To adapt training materials and learning packages to quality and professional standards and UNITAR guidelines;
  • To liaise directly with partner organizations and beneficiaries in preparation for the delivery of these products;
  • To undertake research that may provide necessary input into such outreach and training materials;
  • To assist the Programme in its outreach and communication strategy (including social media and webpage management);
  • To draft news articles and infocus articles about past and future activities;
  • To monitor MDPU’s Alumni platform;
  • To maintain and develop UNITAR’s communication database to ensure the efficient and effective dissemination of information and coordination amongst the global diplomatic community.
Requisiti principali:

Candidates should, as a minimum, either be enrolled in or hold a university-level qualification (Bachelor’s degree, licence or other) either in graphic or instructional design, digital media, journalism, international relations, history, political science, languages or a related subject.

Candidates should also have:

  • demonstrated interest in instructional and graphic design;
  • distance learning methodologies;
  • creative and professional approach;
  • administrative and organizational skills to assist in the designing of external products;
  • computer skills (to deal with InDesign, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, internet search, etc.);

Excellent knowledge in both oral and written English is required. Knowledge of French or another official UN language is an advantage.