Multimedia Graph Designer

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NAI Northern California
101 California St. #850
San Francisco, CA
Posted: April 19 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Unpaid

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Description

NAI Northern California is looking for a creative, enthusiastic, and strong-willed intern to skillfully document and promote the people who make NAI one of the best commercial real estate firms in the Bay Area. If you have a passion to learn, complement, and connect with a team of outgoing and determined colleagues, we would love to have you.

We're looking for an experienced, innovative, motivated and highly creative multimedia/graphic design intern to join our team. Your work will include traditional print, digital/display and email marketing with a heavy dose of multimedia projects and branding if you have the chops. The work is often independent, frequently collaborative and always brand-focused. Adobe After Effects skills are a must.

Requirements

- Strong communication skills
- Experience designing print and digital graphics in Adobe Creative Cloud
- Knowledge of Adobe After Effects, Premier and/or Final Cut Pro a big plus
- A portfolio of your most recent creative endeavors
- Be in the process of completing a 2/4 year or more degree from an accredited university in a graphic design and/or a discipline related to graphic design, or other continuing education.

Please be aware this opportunity is unpaid and open only to individuals with current access to Adobe Creative Cloud.

Skills

Required - Graphic Design, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premier Pro, Multimedia Marketing Communications, HTML + CSS, HTML emails, MailChimp

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