Other Rankin Photography LtdLondon, England, GB
Next opening: July – Sept 2018
Hunger magazine are looking for a Design Assistant to support our busy design desk. This internship is an opportunity to gain valuable experience of working within a close-knit magazine team in a busy, creative environment.
Our internships are designed specifically to support those who have a genuine and demonstrable passion for working in print and online design, but who have little professional experience or may not have had an opportunity to work professionally within these areas before.
This internship is for 3 months over the busy period leading up to the publication of Hunger issue 15. It is paid at above National Living Wage and full-time (40 hours per week). As such you need to hold the right to work in the UK.
Although no permanent employment is guaranteed all interns who successfully complete their internship having proven they have the right aptitude will be kept in contact with regarding future opportunities.
The ideal candidate will be a quick-learner with a genuine passion for all things Hunger, magazines, pop culture, fashion and photography.
The Design Intern will typically work across:
- Layout and design of stories within the magazine.
- General mag admin, making sure the board is up to date and files are organized.
- Creating GIFs, Animations, Photos, Mini Videos for Different Channels.
- Putting together client decks.
Essential for the role:
- Competent within Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.
- Experience in generating moving image (creating GIFS) and print
- Have an awareness of current digital trends, on-line usability and functionality.
- Strong time management skills with the ability to manage shifting priorities and a commitment to deadlines.
- A passionate designer, able to create inspiring and innovative digital and Hard working, self motivated, enthusiastic, reliable and flexible.
- Motion Graphics (After Effects) desirable.
- Understanding of print production.
Send us your CV, portfolio and cover letter of no more than 500 words addressing the requirements listed.