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Graphic Design Internship at sustainability-focused company

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vacancies_headerLondon & Cambridge-based sustainability career advisory company seeks part-time Graphic Design Intern to take the business to its next stage of growth.

Job Description

The successful candidate will work 8 hours a week from home, liaising regularly with the owner via email and Skype. Days of the week flexible to work around school requirements.

Duration

12-month minimum commitment

Responsibilities

  • Creative design of infographics
  • Creative design of presentations and webinars
  • Support development of e-book

Required Characteristics

  • Bachelors degree or in process
  • Strong working knowledge of PowerPoint
  • Experienced in Adobe Photoshop, In-Design, or infographic design software
  • Passion for the sustainability/impact/ID/corporate responsibility field and/or career counseling/human resources
  • Detail orientated, no typo-s
  • Exceptional and proven written communication and organizational skills
  • Native fluency in English
  • Knowledge of and experience using Mac OS and software
  • Ability to self manage, prioritise, and “manage up”
  • Flexibility and positivity!

Desired Characteristics

  • Confident in managing projects and time tracking
  • Confident in taking an idea and converting it into a visual

Compensation

Excellent work experience and learning opportunity for someone looking to build skills for the impact, innovation, marketing or sustainability sectors. Reference for future employment. Exposure to sustainability and jobs market. Work under professional mentor.

How to Apply

To apply, first please check that you meet all of the Required Characteristics above and then send a CV/Resume outlining how you do, 1⁄2 page Motivation Letter, examples of your design work, presentations and infographics to jobs@walkoflifeconsulting.com.

No application deadline. Always looking for top talent. Please no phone calls.

 

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