Job Title: Graphic Designer
SEMA is an
accountability start-up that gathers citizen feedback to improve public
services in Uganda. SEMA is seeking to recruit a result oriented, creative, and
passionate graphic designer with strong creative skills to turn data into
easy-to-understand graphics. We are looking for someone with experience who can
demonstrate a portfolio of work which shows their passion for illustrative
design of complex information.
Job Summary: This position is based in Kampala (our office
is in Ntinda), for at least 20h/week on a flexible schedule, reporting directly
to the Country Director. However, a full time position can be envisioned in the
long term for this role depending on availability and experience of the successful
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
digital illustration, photo editing software, and layout software to create
visual data reports and infographics.
number of templates for SEMA’s monthly data reports.
weekly infographics for social media based on data.
other narrative reports accompanied with illustrations.
compelling and effective (video) explainers of SEMA’s work for digital media.
creative direction for SEMA as well as branding guidelines. – Ensure
consistency of designs across various media outlets.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
applicant should have completed a degree in arts, (graphic) design,
communications, or related field.
three years of work experience in graphic design, especially in data
graphs/representations and infographics.
ability to translate complex information into simple illustrations.
attention to detail in designed works.
to work under time pressure and outside office hours when needed.
and hands-on attitude.
interest in social accountability and social impact initiatives.
English speaking and writing skills; Luganda and other languages are strong
How to Apply:
Only applications that
follow this criterion will be selected:
e-mail to [email protected] containing:
subject line “Application: Graphic designer”
a 2-page CV (please limit your CV to 2 pages only)
demonstrating latest work, including data-visualisations Two professional
references we can contact
Deadline: 5th February 2021.