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Consultant - Communications Generalist (short-term)

TOMAK is looking for an experienced communications professional based in Timor-Leste to provide generalist support for its technical component teams for approximately 14 weeks with an estimated input of approximately 1 day per week. The consultant should be fluent in English with moderate to high level Tetun skills (knowledge of INL written standards is an advantage), and should possess a broad range of generalist skills including but not limited to: writing and editing, media and social media management, website support and management, basic design and layout, and administrative support. The consultant should be able to work flexibly within a high-functioning, multi-disciplinary team of national and international staff. The consultant will be expected to work from the TOMAK office (located in the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries, Comoro) for the duration of the assignment.

For more information about this assignment, please see the Terms of Reference. Applications in the form of an introductory email and CV (including proposed daily rate) should be submitted to lewti.hunghanfoo@tomak.org by 17 October 2019.

Consultant - Graphic Designer (short-term)

TOMAK is looking for an experienced graphic designer for a maximum of 12 days work between 25 November 2019 and 21 February 2020, to assist in the preparation of a number of publications and program materials (in both English and Tetun languages). TOMAK will provide reviewed written content in either language for which the consultant will provide design and layout services. Some publications may require the development and inclusion of simple graphs or infographics.

The consultant will preferably be based in Dili, but there is potential for a consultant with prior experience in Timor-Leste to handle the work remotely. In some cases, publications should be prepared in a similar format as previous publications in the same series. In others, the layout will be based on consultation with the program’s technical staff and should match the overall style of the program’s other materials.

All materials and publications should be branded with appropriate recognition of key partners and Australian Government support.

For more information about this assignment, please see the Terms of Reference. Applications in the form of an introductory email and CV (including proposed daily rate) should be submitted to lewti.hunghanfoo@tomak.org by 17 October 2019.

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