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TEMPORARY ELECTORAL POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
The Solomon Islands Electoral Office in its preparation for the Biometric Voter Registration update for the National General Election in 2024, is seeking to recruit a Temporary Graphic Designer to be based in the Solomon Islands Electoral Office headquarter, Honiara.
1 x Graphic Designer
Qualification / Experience / Skills & Other Requirements
A Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Graphic Design, Creative Arts, Advertising, or a related field or Tertiary qualification in communication with relevant experience in the field of graphic designing, creating arts, and advertising.
Minimum of 3-4 years of demonstrable experience and knowledge in the field of graphic design in the Solomon Islands.
Demonstrate strategic technical skills in the field of graphic design and illustration.
Excellent communication (both oral and written) and partnership-building skills to interact with cross-technical and cultural teams.
Computer proficiency especially related to graphic design and illustration.
Application form and Job Description of the position can be obtained from the Solomon Islands Electoral Office, Avaya Ridge.
For inquiries, please contact SIEC Cooperate Service Unit
Name: David Tony or Dominic Meleha
Phone: 21198/21199 or email DTony@siec.gov.sb or Dmeleha@siec.gov.sb
Send your applications addressed to:
The Chief Electoral Officer
Solomon Island Electoral Office
PO Box 1500, Honiara
Attention: SIEO Human Resources
Please provide a Curriculum Vitae, a Cover Letter, a copy of achievements, and at least 2 reference letters.
The Closing date for applications is 4:30 pm, 10th March 2023
The Solomon Islands Electoral Commission upholds the requirement of Equal Employment Opportunity and its Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Policy and, therefore.
Men and Women from all provinces are encouraged to apply.
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