|Reports to:||Communications and Outreach Specialist|
|Location:||SEA Project Office, Jakarta, Indonesia|
The Indonesia Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) Project is a five-year contract that supports the Government of Indonesia to conserve biological diversity and improve the governance of marine resources at local, district, provincial and national levels. By using an ecosystem-based approach to management and engaging key stakeholders, the SEA Project will 1) enhance conservation and sustainable use of marine resources by reforming fisheries management and promoting marine protected areas to enhance fisheries productivity, food and nutrition security, and sustainable livelihoods within the target area; and 2) strengthen the leadership role and capacity of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) and provincial governments namely Maluku, North Maluku and West Papua, to promote conservation and sustainable fishing. The SEA Project is implemented by Tetra Tech and by a consortium of partners. The SEA Project will run from March 2016 through March 2021.
USAID-SEA Project has been supporting the Indonesian government to establish and strengthen fisheries management and marine protected areas in 715 FMA in West Papua, Maluku and North Maluku. To facilitate awareness campaign across technical interventions, USAID SEA communications team have organized a meeting in Ambon in May 2019 gathering partners’ communication focal points as well as SEA technical team to discuss communication plan across sites. A chart of who does what, to whom (audience) where and when was then produced to kick off series of materials production. USAID SEA communications team is leading the process and partners help identify key disseminated locations.
As a follow up of the communications coordination meeting, USAID SEA Project is looking for graphical expertise to provide specific design and illustration services to support a number of SEA project’s communication collaterals production. The expert will be engaged in certain duration and tasked to support multiple products. As USAID SEA inhouse graphic designer is fully occupied with other MPA dan Fisheries publications, USAID SEA seeks to outsource this individual service from market supply.
III. Job Summary and Tasks
Under direct supervision Communications and Outreach Specialist, the Graphic Designer is responsible to provide graphical design (book page layout and printer ready) for two documents as follows:
1. Biophysical Criteria For Designing Marine Protected Areas And Marine Protected Area Networks : To Benefit People And Nature In Indonesia
2. A Framework For Designing Marine Protected Areas And Marine Protected Area Networks In Indonesia
IV. Deliverables and Reporting
The Graphic Designer shall submit the following deliverables:
1. High Quality Design for the two documents with the specifications are as follow:
Design / lay out for the two documents as mentioned in point III.
The size for each document is A5
Number of pages for each document approximately 150 pages, so total 300 pages for two documents.
2. Deliverable should be available in InDesign software.
Schedule of the deliverables:
|1.||Biophysical Criteria For Designing Marine Protected Areas And Marine Protected Area Networks: To Benefit People And Nature In Indonesia||30 January 2020|
|2.||A Framework For Designing Marine Protected Areas And Marine Protected Area Networks In Indonesia||30 January 2020|
|3.||Final lay out BCC Practical Guide||30 December 2019|
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Applicants are required to submit portfolio and sample of previous work in illustration.
The graphic designer will work together with and report to the SEA Communication and Outreach Specialist.
VII. Post of Assignment
The assignment will be conducted based in the SEA Project office in Jakarta or remotely based on mutual agreement with SEA Communication and Outreach Specialist.
VIII. Consultancy Arrangement and Time Frame
1. The consultant will be hired to provide services as agreed
2. The consultant will receive briefing prior his assuming work.
3. The consultant shall equip her/himself with application, equipment or tool related with this consultancy work.
4. The timeframe for this consultancy is from December 2019 to January 2020 for maximum 35 days.
If you are interested and qualified, please send your latest CV (no more than 10 pages) to jobs@SEA-Indonesia.org before November 22, 2019. Please note the title of the position you are applying for in your submission email.