ENTRY-LEVEL/ EXPERIENCED GRAPHIC DESIGNER – MULTIMEDIA (OM EAST – LITERATURE AND MEDIA)

Communicate life-changing stories through multimedia!

Release your skills in graphic design and movie authoring to produce print publications and multimedia respectively for diverse people groups throughout Eurasia. Present the gospel for distribution through different channels to reach those who have few Christian resources available in their heart language. Join OM EAST, based near Vienna, and play a key role in bringing hope to least reached groups.

Requirements

Graphic Designer’s responsibilities:

Your responsibilities will be divided between graphic design and movie authoring.

  • Produce videos by editing footages, sound, language, subtitles and extras, ready for distribution online, on SD cards or DVDs.
  • Enter subtitles and adjust timings.
  • Design DVD labels and menus.
  • Render HD quality films.
  • Operate our DVD and SD card duplicator.
  • Design book covers, booklets, flyers, logos and media designs that are appropriate for the focus culture and communicate the desired message.
  • Layout books and eBooks with a pleasing arrangement of text, image and space.
  • Edit and design with specific cultures in mind.
  • Prepare subtitles and layout text in a range of languages, including minority dialects.
  • There is the possibility of producing short clips as needed.
  • Collaborate with OM EAST partners, including translators.

Graphic Designer’s knowledge, skills and experience:

  • Background and experience in design.
  • Background and experience in video or willingness to learn if joining OM EAST for one year or longer.
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, especially: Premiere, Audition, Encore, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
  • Good attention to detail and an eye for design.
  • Self-motivated.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team.
Start date
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As soon as possible
Commitmentlength
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1-2 Years
Fullparttime
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Full Time
Categorías
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Arts, Music and Media, Publishing and Literature, Communications

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