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Stagiair Visual Communication and Design
Stagiair Visual Communication and Design
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- Stagiair Visual Communication and Design
- War Child
- 24-32 uur p/w
- Stagevergoeding (€200 per maand, o.b.v. 5 dagen)
“Support War Child’s Research and Development team and apply your visual communications skills to create a better future for children affected by conflicts”
War Child Holland invests in a peaceful future for children affected by armed conflict. Our mission is to help war children to change the future. The Research and Development (R&D) department is responsible for developing and evaluating a care system of interventions within child protection, education and psychosocial domain. The department is also responsible for overseeing the development of quality standards, against which quality of care can be assessed in the future.
As Visual Communication and Design Intern R&D you will support the ongoing development and research work of the department through undertaking a variety of visual communication and design activities. For this reason, it is not applicable to conduct your own thesis research projects within the department. NB: this role is based in Amsterdam with no overseas travel.
The Visual Communication and Design Intern R&D you formally report to the Director of R&D and informally to the Communication and Advocacy Designer. The Intern will be supervised by members of the R&D department.
- Support scaling of interventions and disseminating research findings through creating of interesting visuals in the framework of War Child brand guidelines: graphics, illustrations or infographics in consultations with researchers
- Create visual communication resources in the framework of War Child brand guidelines for a variety of target audiences including: donors, inter-agencies, practitioners, governments and (local) organisations
- Conduct desk research, analysing research and translating research into visual communication
- General support activities for the ongoing communication work of the department.
- You are a student in design or visual communications
- You are enrolled in a Dutch higher education institute for the whole duration of the internship
- You have an interest in psychosocial wellbeing, education, mental health, child protection and/or sustainable development
- You have excellent skills in design, can make infographics or illustrations to disseminate our research and interventions
- You have an interest in creating materials for awareness raising
- You enjoy breaking down large pieces of information in a visual way
- You would like to analyse, structure and work with research data
- You have a good sense of priorities and time management
- Excellent command of English language, both spoken and written
- Available 3 or 4 days per week, starting between February and March 2022 for a period of up to 6 months.
- Students with lived experiences and connections to War Child’s programme countries, or settings affected by war and conflict are particularly encouraged to apply
Our Organisation and Conditions
War Child is a young and dynamic organization. We try to keep an informal ambiance within our office, with a lot of room for creativity, inspiration and self-initiative from employees. We practice what we preach: dynamic, innovative, integrity focused and a drive to reach the highest possible results against the lowest possible costs. War Child offers a challenging job in an inspiring workplace in Amsterdam.
This internship is for a period of four months for 3 - 4 days per week, starting in mid February or March 2022 (flexible). As per War Child Intern Policy, fee will be €200 gross per month (based on 5 days). You must already be based in The Netherlands.
Please note that War Child interns need to be registered students at a Dutch educational institutions. This is a requirement by law. Students must be enrolled for the duration of their internship. Please note that this internship does not suit students who are in their thesis writing semesters.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply by no later than 30th of January 2022 by submitting their CV (English, max 2 pages), cover letter and uploading their portfolio of work. Please use the following hyperlink to upload your application and portfolio:
Interviews will be held in the beginning of February 2022. For candidates invited to interview, you will be asked to create a brief visual assignment.
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War Child is an international organisation, and we are committed to be a diverse and inclusive employer, placing human and child rights at the centre of our existence and work. We hire our new colleagues based on their talents, competences and shared values; we do not distinguish them based on their age, gender and gender identity, race, color, ethnicity, religion, culture, sexual orientation, disability etc.
The safety of children and youth is a paramount and essential to War Child’s work. War Child has a zero tolerance policy towards any form of abuse. To prevent placing children and youth at any risk this subject is addressed in our recruitment and selection procedures. Moreover, the accepted candidates will be required to state their commitment/ intent to be aware, consider and adhere to the minimum standards applicable in development and humanitarian settings, such as humanitarian values and principles, Sphere Humanitarian Charter, Standards in the Humanitarian Standards Partnership, Core Humanitarian Standard, International Humanitarian Law, Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Disaster Relief and IASC Six Core Principles Relating to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.
- Only applications received via our website are processed.
- If we appoint a suitable candidate before the given closing date, we reserve the right to remove the vacancy from our website before that date. In such a case, any responses received after that time are not processed.
- It could be that during our selection process the closing date for the vacancy is extended. If so, and you have not yet heard from us, your application will remain active.