Wanted: Designer to the Rescue!

Can graphic design save the world? Of course—especially if it’s created in service of an organization like the International Rescue Committee (IRC), which is on the ground in 42 countries, providing emergency relief, relocating refugees, and rebuilding lives in the wake of disaster. The IRC is scouring the globe for a web designer to join its New York City headquarters and make its online presence as engaging and efficient as the organization itself (fun fact: of every dollar the IRC spends, 90 cents goes to programs and services that directly benefit refugees and war-affected populations). Bring your Photoshop skills and the ability to keep a cool head in a design crisis as well as a humanitarian one.

If you want to help make the world a better place, apply for this web designer, International Rescue Committee job. Those not inclined to web design can still get involved in IRC activities as a donor, volunteer, or advocate. Meanwhile, more design, art, and photo job opportunities are just a click away on Ye Olde Mediabistro Job Board.