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The Graphic Designer will work under general supervision to create or coordinate the creation of electronic and/or printed graphic materials. This individual will use extensive knowledge of specialized design concepts, media, and software tools to develop book layouts/jackets, format articles for publication, create posters for public use, book illustrations and game design. The Graphic Designer may also coordinate, lead, and guide the work of junior graphic designers and/or students.

JOB DUTIES:

Design electronic and printed materials for publications, blogs, and web sites
Create and produce JPEGs, PDFs, video, clip art, graphs, charts, thumbnail images, and other design elements
Create electronic page layouts using publishing software
Plan production schedules and workflow for the entire design process.
Integrate multimedia concepts with technical graphic design elements, as appropriate
Develop specifications and standards for printing and other production.
Inspect proofs for accuracy and adherence to supervisors standards
Provides technical graphics assistance to production personnel, content authors, and publishers
Where necessary, write and edit marketing copy, Web copy, etc.
Performs other duties as assigned


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The Audio Engineers will choose from a list of books that The Antarctic Institute of Canada has previously published. This individual will use their knowledge of recording software to record, program and upload voice-overs of the chosen book.

JOB DUTIES:

Record a voice-over of Antarctic Institute of Canada book
Use software to properly program book into accepted format
Take part in all meetings that deal with the assignment
Performs other duties as assigned


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Writers will choose a topic of interest and upon approval from the President will begin research and writing related to that subject. Successful candidates will be given the choice to either write books or articles.

JOB DUTIES:

Manage and collaborate with a team of writers to ensure desired results
Provide assistance to other writers as needed
Proofread, edit, and write a variety of materials
Create ideas that provide desired reactions
Collaborate with your writing teams to ensure project completion deadline
Take part in all meetings that deal with the assignment
Track the success of writing through Google Docs only
Stay current on copyright and plagiarism legislation and regulations


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