Police Oversight office seeks Graphic and Website Designer
Employment Status: Part-time, 6-month term with possibility for extension
Work location: Remote
Work schedule: M-F with flexibility
Pay: $23.84 – 29.90/hr, depending on experience
Closing: Open until filled
The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight (OLEO) is a government agency that is dedicated to improving the lives of King County residents through its independent oversight of the Sheriff’s Office. We aim to further policing standards that are driven by community and rooted in equity through objective reviews, independent investigations, and evidence-based policy recommendations.
OLEO is seeking a graphic designer who can design its Annual Report (to be published by June 1, 2022), and update templates or public materials in line with office branding. Past reports can be viewed here: https://kingcounty.gov/independent/law-enforcement-oversight/reports.aspx.
The designer will work under the supervision of OLEO’s director. The designer will work closely with OLEO’s senior policy analyst, who is responsible for leading the Annual Report development, and with OLEO’s community engagement manager, who is responsible for public materials.
Scope of Responsibilities
- Design OLEO’s Annual Report, which will be published by June 1, 2022.
- Propose and make recommendations to the OLEO team on where information in the annual report can be conveyed effectively through graphics and visual means.
- Participate in meetings and collaborate with OLEO staff working on the annual report content.
- Design and update office templates and public materials.
- Knowledge of and ability to use Adobe InDesign.
- Knowledge of equity and social justice principles, including accessibility by diverse people and communities, and experience putting those principles into practice.
- Knowledge of and ability to visually convey complex public/community issues in a way that enables and enhances understanding.
- Ability to convey technical content into visual design.
For questions: Please contact Tamer.Abouzeid@kingcountygov.
How to Apply: Please send letter of interest, resume, and online portfolio or at least two sample graphic design work products to Tamer.Abouzeid@kingcounty.gov.
The following items are important for you to know about part-time employment with King County:
- This position is ineligible for King County health benefits. Short term employees and administrative interns accrue sick leave at the rate of 0.025 hours for each hour in pay status. You may be eligible for a transit pass.
- Employment separation may occur prior to the completion of the assignment without cause or prior notice.
- This position does not attain any rights toward career service or regular employment.
- This position does not qualify for representation by a labor union.
- To be eligible for hire into a career service position you must first compete in a formal selection process.