Population Council Digital Illustrator and Graphic Design Firm for Textbook Revision Jobs in Ethiopia
Population Council Digital Illustrator and Graphic Design Firm for Textbook Revision Jobs in EthiopiaJob DescriptionPopulation Council is an international, non-profit, nongovernmental organization that seeks to improve the well-being and reproductive health of current and future generations around the world and to help achieve a humane, equitable, and sustainable balance between people and resources.
The Population Council is reviewing the Alternative Basic Education (ABE) textbooks used for teaching the most disadvantaged adolescent and young girls in Addis Ababa.
We are inviting qualified and registered graphic design firms to submit their quotations for illustration and addition of materials to textbooks associated with the revision the ABE textbooks.
Working closely with Council’s staff, the Digital Illustrator is responsible for
Creating illustrations that reflect gender equality, culture and are age appropriate and free from stereotypes in the ABE curriculum
Drawing objects to illustrate vocabulary
Insert illustrations and texts through graphics design in ABE textbooks
The materials have the following specifications
Estimated 136 digital illustrations of
Graphic design, sketching and digital insertion of illustrations and texts in twelve textbooks
Digital Data Illustration and/or graphic design firm who qualifies to apply shall fulfill the following minimum criteria for eligibility:
Relevant experience in digital illustration and graphic design.
Experience in organizing and designing manuals.
Renewed trade license of the current year.
VAT and Tin registration certificates.
How to Apply
If you know of a qualified candidate or are interested in applying for this position, please send resume, cover letter and all the relevant documents to the Population Council’s advertisement on Ethiojobs.
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