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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Haberman - Creative/Design Intern

Position
We seek a design intern who can enhance our storytelling process through compelling, information-driven visuals. This position will support a wide range of design projects, from Web and new media to logos, identity systems, print collateral and product packaging, depending on our clients’ design needs.

About Haberman

Haberman is a media and marketing firm that discovers, develops and tells the stories of pioneers who are making the world a better place. Named by FastCompany.com as a top brand storyteller in the nation, Haberman engages the hearts and minds of its employees to support forward-thinking, mission-driven organizations, advocating for issues important to the well being of people and the planet. For more information, visit www.modernstorytellers.com and read the blog www.Pioneerosis.com.

Resposibilities
  • Support all areas of the design process, from research, concepting and sourcing materials, to development, execution and final production
  • Make copy changes within existing designs, make design revisions and perform general production tasks
  • Prepare design elements for client presentations (Keynote/PowerPoint decks, cutting and mounting presentation boards, etc.)
  • Handling design requests, such as scanning, compressing files, image research, etc.
Experience/Skills Required
  • Exceptional design skills with the ability to work across a wide range of projects, from identity design and print collateral to web and interactive work
  • Proficient in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Keynote, MS Office
  • Highly organized and detail-orientated
  • Ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects / deadlines in a fast-paced, always-changing environment
  • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative setting
  • Out-of-bounds creativity
  • Healthy sense of humor and down-to-earth attitude
Hours
20-25 hours per week

Contact
Send resumes and portfolios to Stacy Helseth at stacy@modernstorytellers.com by December 10th, 2010