Hope Faith Graphic & Multi-Media Designer AmeriCorps VISTA

Hope Faith Homelessness Campus

About the organization

HOPE FAITH is the only Homeless Assistance Campus in the Greater Kansas City area. Founded in 2004, HOPE FAITH’s key principals are to bring humanity back to our homeless guests through mental, emotional and spiritual assistance. Through the kindness of our staff and volunteers, HOPE FAITH provides everything from hot meals; hot showers; medical, dental and optical; counselling; clothing; haircuts; transportation; city, state and federal assistance; and mail services (and the list goes on). All of this in a 48,000 sq.ft. building downtown. Being a member of this organization requires a certain-type of Moxy!

Duties

Develop, deploy, monitor and update website, social media, marketing materials to communicate and promote system projects, programs and results, utilizing various methods of communication, with emphasis on digital media. Identify, interview and film/photograph guest success stories, volunteers and stakeholders to be used in the production of scriptwriting, broadcasting, short videos, online content, and other printed collateral to enhance communication and engagement strategies. With an emphasis on graphic design, create and produce informational collateral materials for distribution to system stakeholders.

Qualifications

Associate degree or higher in marketing, graphic design, or web design.

Salary

$1000/month

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

If you have any questions, email [email protected] or call 816.70.3547.

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