Design Coordinator

Posted By: ARPAN

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Children/Youth and Volunteering

Job Description

Key Objectives of the Job- 1. To work to a design brief according to branding guidelines 2. Design materials in software like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Corel Draw, etc 3. Use DTP software to produce a layout for each page of the publication 4. Selecting, setting and populating page layout. 5. Formatting, such as the size and style of type, column width and spacing 6. Selecting and checking colours 7. Scanning and editing photographs and other images 8. Check proofs, or preliminary layouts, for errors and make corrections 9. Convert files for printing or websites 10. Print Co-ordination Major Deliverables- • Comfortable with complete Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop CS6, Illustrator, Flash, Light room, In Design, Dreamweaver, Flash, After Effects and others), Corel Draw, HTML and other design tools • Will also be responsible for managing stocks of Arpan’s material – worksheets, books, manuals etc and ensure ordering and minimum levels of stocks are maintained w

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Specialized job competencies- • Design student • Minimum 2 years of work experience in the field of Graphic Design and Print • Design student • Minimum 2 years of work experience in the field of Graphic Design and Print Educational Qualification- • Graduate in any stream • Must have hands on experience with Corel draw, Photoshop, Illustrator and associated software, • 2-3 years of experience Other desired attributes- Ability to work in a small team; interested in setting up and building organizations for the long term

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:ARPAN
  • About Organization:Arpan is an award winning organisation working hard to address the issue of child sexual abuse in India. Based in Mumbai, Arpan is the largest NGO in India in this specific area with over 50 social workers and counselors providing prevention and intervention services to children and adults. Over the last 8 years Arpan has reached out to over 120,000 children and adults directly through its servicesand over 520,000 indirectly through training and capacity building of various stakeholders and public and policy advocacy. Arpan's key project is teaching children personal safety skills in schools so that they can identify and seek help in an unsafe situation. Arpan also empowers teachers, parents with knowledge, attitude and skills to prevent and deal with child sexual abuse. Arpan aspires to reach out to millions of more children and adults to safeguard the innocent and vulnerable children and hopes to scale by building new engagement models with schools around the country. www.arpan.org.