Another paid Design internship is now available through Goldsmiths: social enterprise Balloon Ventures are looking for a designer that will help them build a coherent visual strategy.
Requirements for candidates:
-Excellent visual communicator
–Excellent level of competency with InDesign, Photoshop and/or similar packages.
–Any video editing/production and photography skills would be a plus, but aren’t essential.
You can find a more detailed description of the job on the Goldsmiths website. The position will last for three months and it is available only to final year Goldsmiths students or graduates from the last two years. You can apply by sending your portfolio to Mark at Placements-Internships@gold.ac.uk by midnight Friday 20 November.
Students or recent graduates looking for a paid internship in Design should have a look at this opportunity on the Goldsmiths website, offered in partnership with Santander. Firef.ly is a iOS mobile app looking for a full-time Junior Designer, for three months initially, with a view towards a permanent position depending on the candidate’s progress.
Those applying should have good knowledge of Sketch, and preferably Illustrator and Photoshop, too, with a bonus for Paint Code, illustration and photography skills. A detailed description of the position, the skills required and the activities it entails can be found on the Goldsmiths website.
If you’re interested, you need to hurry, as the deadline is tomorrow at 5 pm! Send a CV, cover letter and a link to samples of your work to Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This just in from [smiths] magazine: they want a Design student to join their team as a Senior Design Editor:
“ATTENTION ALL DESIGNERS!!
Are you interested in designing for an official magazine?
[smiths] is the official magazine of Goldsmiths and we are looking to recruit a Senior Design Editor to join us for the next academic year!
Our focus next year will be on creating more print issues of [smiths] but for this to happen we need someone who can –
– Recruit designers to create artwork within the magazine
– Create and oversee the overall design of [smiths]
You would be working closely with the new Senior Editors and writers (all Goldsmiths students!) and we will make sure to organise a few good socials next year!
This would be a great achievement to put on your CV, on top of being a fun and rewarding experience.
For more information and if you’re interested in joining the [smiths] team, please email Daisy Graham at smiths.artsandculture[@]gmail.com.”