New York, January 2014. Sample of Mini Kim’s system design works. Photo credit: Mini Kim, UNICEF
New York, January 2014. Sample of Mini Kim’s system design works. Photo credit: Mini Kim, UNICEF

Are you a system designer who gets excited about explaining processes and information using visualization? Would you like to work with a diverse, international design-driven (data and test) team? Can you tell a complex story using graphics and illustrations? If so, we might have the job for you.

The UNICEF Innovation Unit is working on developing a comprehensive yet simple process map for Monitoring Results for Equity System (MoRES) – a conceptual framework for effective planning, programming, monitoring and management of results for the most disadvantaged children.

We are seeking a system designer to work together with the MoRES team to learn about the main concepts, principles and steps of MoRES, and develop a process map/information graphic that will be used to communicate the key frameworks. The designer will also work on other information graphics for the Innovation Unit and learn about exciting projects that are happening in this space.

Duty station: Innovation Unit, NYHQ

Duration of Contract: 20 January – 21 March 2013 (45 days)

Please send detailed resume, cover letter and portfolio with related work in PDF or a link to a portfolio website, in English, quoting “Application: System Design Consultant” to unicef.jobs(at)gmail.com by January 10, 2014.

Queries can be directed to unicef.jobs(at)gmail.com with the subject: “QUERY: System Design Consultant”.

For more information, see the Terms of Reference.

Check also other job opportunities within UNICEF innovation work.

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