Graphic Designer / Photographer at Africa Nazarene University

On Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
Africa Nazarene University is a private Christian institution sponsored by the Church of Nazarene International that provides a holistic education that develops individuals academically, spiritually, culturally and physically and to equip them with excellent skills, competencies and Christian values.

We are looking to recruit a suitable individual to fill the following position:
To support the university’s overall creative needs, development and implementation of themes and campaign that reinforce the trajectory of the ANU brand. 
The role incorporates both graphic design and photographer.

Roles and Responsibilities
  • Develop and design a range of artworks and layouts ready for print and or posting.
  • Shoot appropriate photography for use in artworks and visuals.
  • Create appropriate filing systems for all artworks and stock photos.
  • Cover university events and projects.
  • Ensure availability of updated materials on the ready for updating on the website.
  • Determine the message the design should portray.
  • Create images that identify a product or convey a message.
  • Develop graphics and visual or audio images for product illustrations, logos, and  websites.
  • Create designs either by hand or using computer software packages.
  • Using an extensive range of technical equipment, including cameras, lenses, lighting and specialist software.
Desired Experience and Skills
  • Diploma holder
  • Highly creative and visual
  • Multi-skilled in both photography and graphic design.
  • Photography ability (non – negotiable)
  • Previous work experience of 1 year in a busy advertising firm or agency.
Submit your CV and portfolio of photography and design work to [email protected]
Application deadline is April 21st 2015.
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