Job title: Graphic Designer
Location: CUPE 3903, York University, Toronto
CUPE 3903 is a local of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), representing Teaching Assistants, Contract Faculty, Graduate Assistants, and Part-time Librarians and Archivists.
We require the assistance of a professional graphics designer who can produce visual materials as part of a bargaining campaign for internal and external communications. The content will be distributed on our website, social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter in particular), as well as through conventional printed leaflets and advertisements.
We project that most of the work will take place over the month of August. Applicants must be available to attend meeting and complete design-related tasks in the period from July 2017 to November 2017. The successful candidate is expected to work with their own software and facilities. Hours are flexible.
The successful candidate will be required to work in conjunction with the CUPE 3903 Communications Committee. The Committee will seek to provide initial guidance, ongoing feedback, as well as final approval of the work that is done.
Preference will be given to applicants who are members of CUPE 3903, or, should none be found, members of a union.
This is a non-unionized position in a unionized workplace in which staff are members of CUPE 1281.
Remuneration will be $53.31 per hour. The length of the contract cannot exceed 150 hours. There shall be no contracting out or sub-contracting for any of the work described in the job posting. The employer will not cover software costs.
Please submit your letter of interest, C.V., and samples of previous work by 5 pm on July 21, 2017 via email:
Subject: Application for Graphics Designer
Interested applicants may direct any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CUPE 3903 is committed to employment equity and particularly encourages applications from persons with one or more disabilities, lesbian, bisexual, gay, two-spirited, queer and trans persons, persons from racialized groups, Aboriginal persons, and women.