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Visual analytics information designer

Apply before 6PM (AEDT) on: Saturday, May 8, 2021

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Agency / Department

Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources

Experience Level

Senior

Employment Type

Contract

Expected Rate (inc. Super)

$55 per hour***

Location

Australian Capital Territory

Overview

The Visual Analytics Information Designer works with researchers, analysts and data specialists to ensure their work is visually powerful, accessible and authoritative. You will play an integral role in high profile publications such as the Resources and Energy Quarterly, Industry Monitor, Industry Insights and more.

Responsibilities

You will also work alongside analysts to produce data visualisations, presentations, social media material and other products. These outputs play an important role in delivering robust and high quality economic advice that informs policy across industry, innovation, science and resources.

Essential Criteria

  • Proven ability to translate complex information into a visually accessible form
  • Strong self-management skills with the ability to work across multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Proficient with Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop
  • High level design expertise in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel

Desired Criteria

  • Experience with web technologies (HTML, CSS and JS)
  • An understanding of the printing process and specifications is advantageous
  • Experience with social media management

Security Clearance

Must have current baseline clearance

Extension

Three x 3 month options

**Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for more information regarding the expected rate