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Creative Assistant – Technologies at Centre for Communication and Social Impact

Centre for Communication and Social Impact (CCSI) is a non-government organization focusing on the role of communication to impact health and social behavior, build brands and lead in technical guidance.Responsibilities

Understand the project and programme objectives and how those objectives relate to the target audience and brand positioning and ultimately translate into an innovative and creative event experience
Keep up with emerging behaviors, technologies, etc. that influence our client's business
Contribute to multi-discipline meetings, lending media and technology expertise and contributing to overall discussion
Manage and update content, functionality, user experience, design and format of the organizations, project and campaign website.
Create original graphic and editorial designs for projects and campaigns
Prepare and present rough drafts to internal teams and key stakeholders
Support photography and cinematic productions and activities.

Required Skills and Experience

2+ years' experience in an agency environment and/or creative leadership role
Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to simplify complicated problems
Strong design background—versed in animation, photo direction, video direction, graphic design and production methods
Excellent time management skills, demonstrated ability to organize, set and implement priorities
Comprehensive knowledge of emerging creative technologies
Experience working with development agencies
Master of Adobe Creative Suite and Office 365 apps
Enthusiasm about contemporary culture: media, music, art, activism and culture
The spirit of optimism, openness and support to your environment every day
Proactive dedication to getting things done every day
Advanced knowledge and experience of social media marketing and engagement

Bachelor's Degree in any relevant field but a strong portfolio is highly recommended

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