Job Opening

Posting Title: Moodle Online Course Graphic Designer-Local (Deliverables Bases)
Department/Office: United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)
Duty Station: AMMAN
Posting Period: 31 July 2022 - 06 August 2022
Job Opening Number: 22-UNRWA - Programme Education - Headquarters Amman-187535-Consultant
Staffing Exercise N/A
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
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Result of Service

Deliverables:

Arabic and English versions of the online course.

The Consultant will be remunerated 8,000 US$ in total, paid gradually following the completion of deliverables as per below:

Arabic version:

Deliverable #1: Design of the following:

Brief history of the HRCRT Programme
Course overview
Module 1: Human Rights
Module 2: Introduction to Human Rights Education
Module 3: HRCRT Toolkit
Design requirement: Text on screen + voice over + photos + simple motions graphics + icons and clip arts + the use of animated characters.
Payment: 2,000 US$




Deliverable#2: Design of the following:

Module 4: HRCRT Integration into classroom subjects
Design requirements: Less complex animations are needed. Mainly text on screen + voice over + photos + simple icons/clip arts)
Payment: 2,500 US$

Deliverable #3: Design of the following:

Module 5: Introduction to UNRWA Student Parliaments (Text on screen + voice over + photos + simple motions graphics + icons and clip arts + the use of animated characters)
Module 6: HRCRT School-level activities
Course conclusion
Payment: 1,000 US$

English version:

Deliverable#4: Design of the following:

Full course (the exact same template of the Arabic version should be used)
Payment: 2,500 US$


Notes:
Voice over and photos will be provided by UNRWA.
Some 2D animation are already available. UNRWA will provide the graphic designer with the animations in the Adobe Illustrator formats.

Work Location

This position will be home-based, however, the graphic designer will be requested to attend face-to-face periodic meetings, as needed with the Teaching and Learning Division and Information Management and Technology Division (IMTD) in HQ(A).

Expected duration

01 September 2022 to 15 December 2022

Duties and Responsibilities

Background:

UNRWA has been teaching Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and Tolerance (HRCRT) Education in its schools since 1999. In 2012, UNRWA developed an HRCRT Policy to strengthen and harmonize HRCRT Education across all Fields. In 2013, an HRCRT Toolkit was developed as a practical guide for UNRWA teachers to help them create and sustain a culture of human rights in their classrooms and schools in line with the HRCRT Policy. Both the Policy and the Toolkit seek to empower Palestine refugee students, encouraging them to know and exercise their rights, uphold the rights of others, be proud of their Palestinian identity, and contribute to their society in a positive way. UNRWA has also elected School Parliaments, as part of its HRCRT Programme, since 1999. Every year, UNRWA schools hold elections to form the School Parliaments and the elected students are tasked with representing all students and supporting their local communities. School Parliaments have been a key vehicle for the promotion of respect for rights, democratic practices, and tolerance.

UNRWA Education Department at Headquarters oversees the successful implementation of HRCRT Policy and supports School Parliaments in all UNRWA schools.

To ensure that all teachers receive the same quality of training and develop homogeneous background knowledge on HRCRT Toolkit and Policy, the Education Department is in the process of developing an HRCRT online training course for UNRWA teachers. It will be hosted on UNRWA Moodle (iLearn) Platform.

The HRCRT self-paced online training will consist of a set of interactive e-lessons. Each e-lesson is a linear sequence of screens which can include text, graphics, animations, audio, video and interactivity in the form of assessment questions and feedback. The e-lessons will also include recommended reading and links to UNRWA resources. The full course material will be provided by the UNRWA Education Department in both Arabic and English.

The purpose of this consultancy is to support the Education Department and the Information Management and Technology Division (IMTD) in the design of the HRCRT Programme Online Training Course hosted on UNRWA Moodle (iLearn Platform), in Arabic and English.

Duties And Responsibilities

- Design learning material in an interactive way, i.e., with transitions, voice over, and background music.
- Utilise the previously developed HRCRT animated characters as needed.
- Edit simple videos that will be inserted in the online course.
- Develop simple motion graphics as necessary.
- Any other related duties and responsibilities assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications/special skills

Academic Qualifications:

• A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited educational institution in Graphic Design/Arts/Communications/Media Studies or related disciplines.

Experience:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• At least five years of experience in graphic design.
• Experience in handling at least 3 projects on designing an online course hosted on Moodle.
• Proficiency across the related needed design software, preferably Adobe Creative Cloud.
• Experience in using visual aids and producing high quality, creative communication materials.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
• Experience working in UNRWA and familiarity with UNRWA branding guidelines.
• Experience in the humanitarian or UN sector

Language:
•Good command of English and Arabic.

Competency:
• UN Core Values of Professionalism, Integrity and Respect for Diversity and Core Competencies of Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results apply by default.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations in a multi-cultural environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
• Positive attitude and strong analytical, interpersonal and communication skills.
• Ability to independently plan and prioritize own work, work well under tight deadlines.
• Excellent knowledge of MS-Office.
• Proven critical thinking, creativity, and analytical skills.
• Proven ability to operate in a challenging and dynamic environment.

Additional Information

The Consultant will work closely with the HRCRT Programme Coordinator, the Teacher Development and School Improvement (TDSE) Unit, and the Information Management and Technology Division (IMTD).

The consultant will report to the Chief Teaching and Learning Division based at the Headquarters of the Education Department in Amman.

No Fee

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