Bachelors in Mass Comm. and Journalism , Bachelor’s Degrees in Information Technology
**Terms of Reference **
Post Title: Creative Associate
Established in 2009, YUWA is a registered not-for-profit, purely youth-run and led organization that promotes youth participation through empowerment and advocacy. YUWA was born out of a group of committed youths, unofficially working in this sector since 2005. The initial focus was to develop the leadership skills of the youths involved, to train as youth activists, and to advocate for change, thus resulting in a wide and diverse array of knowledge, skills, and experience in this sector. It led to the realization of the seriousness of youth issues and the need to act, which finally took the shape of YUWA.
YUWA currently works in three thematic areas: Active Citizenship, Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Research Unit.
Department: Communication Department
The Communication, Documentation, and Learning Department at YUWA is a cornerstone of the organization's mission to enhance communication, document project activities, and foster a culture of continuous learning. This department plays a crucial role in shaping the narrative of YUWA's impactful work, ensuring effective documentation of projects, and facilitating knowledge sharing within the organization.
The Communication, Documentation, and Learning Department is dedicated to facilitating transparent and impactful communication both internally and externally. It oversees the development and implementation of communication strategies, the meticulous documentation of project activities, and the promotion of a learning culture across YUWA. It collaborates closely with internal stakeholders, including program officers, the creative department, and other relevant teams within the organization. Additionally, the department engages with external stakeholders such as donors, partners, and policymakers to enhance YUWA's visibility and reputation.
Position Title: Creative Associate
Social Media Responsibilities:
Branding and Design:
Minimum Qualifications and Transferable Skills
The creative associate will report to the Communication Documentation and Learning Officer, who is responsible for overseeing the communication department.
The creative associate will establish and maintain effective working relationships with the program department and work in coordination with program coordinators and other team members.
Duration and Contract
Contract: The contract will be a fixed-term contract for 12 months, with a three-month probation period. This can be a full-time or a part-time position.
The contract will include details of compensation, benefits, and other relevant terms and conditions which will be discussed during the negotiation process.
Interested candidates are requested to submit your resume, and any other relevant supporting documents such as portfolio to [email protected] by 27 January 2024 with the subject line "Creative Associate Application - [Applicant's Name]
The applicants will be shortlisted based on these answers and the resume and will be called for an interview. Please note that this application will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.