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Unit: Marketing and Resource Generation Unit
Reports to: Head of Marketing and/or corresponding Unit Heads
Office: Work from Home

Working Relationships:

  • Inside WWF:
      • Marketing & Income Generation Unit
        • Brand & Innovative Partnerships unit
        • Corporate Partnerships unit
        • Individual Donor Program unit
  • Outside WWF: External stakeholders, as needed and as appropriate

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Communications Support:

The Visual Media Volunteers are under the direct supervision of the Head of Marketing will primarily help conceptualize and produce the following materials:

  • Communications Materials for marketing campaigns (infographics, newsletters, EDMs, social media images and memes, brochures, posters, videos, animations, GIFs, etc.)
  • Digital Communications & Events Materials (e-invites, infographics, listicles, GIFs, videos, animations, photos, etc.)
  • Event Collateral Materials (posters, pull-up banners, IDs, etc.)
  • Merchandise designs (product packaging, mock-ups, merchandise catalog, etc.)
  • Other creative marketing materials

In the long-term, volunteers will be assigned specific campaigns to nourish, grow and evolve.

  • Managing Resources:
  • Manages efficiently the resources of WWF. This includes ensuring resources are used in a sustainable way and identifying ways for reducing the overall consumption of finite resources.
  • Conforms to the proper use of WWF global and WWF-Philippines’ visual brand, communications, and media materials.
  • Managing Information and Knowledge:
  • Upholds the intellectual property rights of WWF across all communications and merchandising/licensing programs.
  • Others:
  • Ensures professionalism in conducting business within and outside WWF.
  • Participates in official activities of WWF when participation is so required
  • Upholds the high quality standard of WWF’s work and actively advocates the institution’s Vision, Mission and Strategies.
  • Internalizes the values of WWF and practices the work ethics of the institution.


  • Must be highly creative in concepts, approaches and design
  • Experience in design softwares including Photoshop/Illustrator and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Must be able to commit at least 10 hours a week


As an equal opportunity organization, WWF does not discriminate based on an applicant’s race, religion, sex, gender, or disability status.

Interested? Qualified? Kindly e-mail Cloda Urquico at with your sample designs, creative work, and cover letter for consideration.