Beauty Company Web Designer Internship (Summer 2014)Bookmark This
DescriptionAre you creative and innovative? Do you have great ideas and are you a visionary? If you’re looking to gain hands-on experience in the beauty industry and put your creative design talents to use, here’s your chance to follow your passion, gain valuable skills, and work with a great team and a brand that is growing exponentially by the minute.
Biao Skincare, a Houston based natural and organic skincare company is currently hiring professional and creative interns to help design, develop and launch our new customer loyalty and rewards program. You will work directly with our web developer to help come up design an incredible customer loyalty and rewards program as well as update the website with site content and other creativity as assigned.
We promise you a valuable startup experience where you’ll learn first-hand about how to grow a company. We also promise you a lot of responsibility, an open environment where you can express your creativity and ideas, guidance and training, and last but not least, tons of beauty perks.
Students from around the country encouraged to apply. You can work from home.
We are a pre-funded startup so while we can’t offer compensation, we will gladly write glowing recommendations and make introductions to other startups/companies/people where deserved! The founders have deep connections in the startup scene and in industries including finance, fashion, retail, and consulting.
Potential for full-time positions at the company as well.
ResponsibilitiesYou will work with our Web developer to develop a customer loyalty and rewards program. You will also update the site with marketing contents and front end design, as assigned.
RequirementsProficiency in hand-coding HTML, XHTML, and CSS
Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite, specifically Photoshop, and Dreamweaver
Experience working with Adobe Business Catalysts
Understanding of graphic optimization and browser limitations
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Attention to details and organizational skills