Seefar International Job Vacancy: Graphic Designer, Indonesian


A full-time position for an in-house graphic designer. This is most suitable for someone with at least 5 years of broad experience – we are looking for a track record that includes branding, infographics, document templates and website concepts. You can be based wherever you like and there may be occasional travel to collaborate with our project teams.

– Application Deadline: 16 December 2016 –

Job Description
We are a social enterprise with a mission to design and deliver tools for people who want to improve the world. We work at the forefront of efforts to understand and respond to the challenges of migration, conflict and justice issues in the 21st Century. Geographically, we operate in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, South-East Asia and Oceania. Farsight’s personnel are spread around the world and a lot of teamwork occurs remotely.

Previously, we have relied on piecework outsourcing for graphic design support. We are now recruiting a graphic designer to become the focal point for this work in the Enterprise. We are seeking someone who can develop and grow with our brand, serving diverse internal needs at the project and corporate levels.

This position is not suitable for someone who wants to specialize in a narrow field of graphic design. Instead, it is suitable for someone who wants an exciting range of different challenges and who has a broad set of skills. You will be working with our corporate services team and with our project managers, delivering visual products that define our brand and represent our projects. You will also directly contribute to our social impact, for example by providing inputs to projects that reduce modern slavery or promote religious tolerance.


Your responsibilities will include the following:
  • Work with the corporate services team to manage the visual elements of our branding, including logos, colors, typefaces and the graphical elements of our website.
  • Work with project teams around the Enterprise to provide visual elements for their publications and reports, for example by preparing infographics and laying out data visualizations.
  • Respond to project requests for support in activities requiring graphic design inputs, such as designing materials in communications projects or visual aids in training projects.
  • Manage a workload that cuts across the Enterprise, meaning that you will likely have several tasks running in parallel. This requires you to be pro-active in communicating with your supervisor and colleagues to ensure that you have the time and support to get things done.

– Application Deadline: 16 December 2016 –