Graphic Design Internship with Entertainment Branding Firm

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We are a High Quality Mass Communications Firm. Digital Content Creation & Distribution for Web, Print, TV & Radio!

Star Quality Firm takes an integrated approach to your digital and graphic design needs to meet your marketing goals and helps to formulate your message, develop your marketing strategy, creates your branded "print" as well as your online material presence, and actively helps promote your business through advertising, e-mail marketing campaigns or online media.


Must have Style Compared to No Style.
Must have Good Project Management Skills.
Must have Creative Thinking Abilities.
Must have Social Media Marketing Knowledge and Skills.

Intern Duties Include:

- Reading, monitoring and responding to the boss's email,
- Answering calls and handling queries,
- Preparing correspondence on your boss's behalf,
- Delegating work in your boss's absence,
- Liaising with staff, clients, etc.,
- Managing your boss's electronic diary,
- Organizing meetings,
- Organizing travel and preparing complex travel itineraries,
- Attending meetings on your boss's behalf
- Writing minutes,
- Taking dictation,
- Planning, organizing and managing events,
- Managing a budget,
- Attending events/meetings as your boss's representative,
- Conducting research on the internet,
- Writing reports, executive summaries, newsletters,
- Preparing presentations,
- Preparing papers for meetings,
- Managing and reviewing filing and office systems,
- Repairing updates for intranet,
- Typing documents,
- Sourcing and ordering stationery and office equipment,
- Managing projects,
- Managing an Assistant.

Graphic Design Skills Needed
Will be asked to submit Portfolio or Graphic Design Samples for Hire.

Skill Sets Required.

Beginner Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite/Photoshop 5.0 or Higher
Beginner Knowledge of Print Resolution, Cut , Color & Dye Specifications
Experienced Knowledge of Mac / iMac Computer *Required*

Artistic Sensibility – In the last few decades, computer software and technology have drastically changed the graphic
design industry. Even so, there is no substitute for artistic sensibility. Knowledge about design elements, such as color
and composition, is vital for graphic designers.

Technical Skill – A graphic design job requires the technical skills to use design software programs such as Photoshop. You may learn other specific software in graphic design school; however, a general interest in
computers and an aptitude for learning new technology will be beneficial. As technology continues to develop, graphic
designers hoping for longevity in the field need to be able to adapt.

Communication Ability – Sometimes known as visual communication, graphic design requires the ability to effectively
present ideas—both verbally and visually. You'll need to be able to sell your ideas to clients and work with them to
achieve the end product they want.

Organization – Graphic designers need to be organized in order to meet deadlines and stay within a budget. General
business skills will come in handy, since many graphic designers work on a freelance or contract basis.
Problem Solving Ability – Graphic design is a brainteaser. Choosing just the right fonts, colors and lines to create a
balanced composition, while simultaneously conveying meaning, is complicated. In order to succeed in a graphic design
job, you'll need to have strong problem solving skills and love a good challeng


Listening and Communication Skills: You will be expected to follow instruction from your supervisor, and your ability to understand those instructions with little or no follow up will be appreciated by your boss. Also, you might need to relate messages or instructions to others based from your supervisor. Good listening and communication skills ensures that the information is relayed correctly.

People/Interpersonal Skills: You will be working directly with at least one person: your boss. But you also might be the first line of communication between your boss and the outside world, potentially speaking with clients, other employees and upper management.

Organizational Skills: Your boss will likely rely on you to keep the working day in order. Scheduling meetings, travel plans, billing, etc. will all require a successful personal assistant to have terrific organizational skills.
Computer Skills: Writing emails, transcribing notes, faxing, copying, and creating spreadsheets or printing documents figure heavily in an personal assistant's day.


Required - Graphic Communication, Graphic Design, Graphic Arts, Graphic Designer, Personal Assistant, Executive Assistant, Entertainment, Music, Broadcast Television, Radio Advertising, Radio Broadcasting, Social Media Blogging, Record Labels, Media & Entertainment, Digital Media, Mobile Web Design, Business Consulting
Preferred - Personal Assistant, Graphic Design, Media & Entertainment, Art Consulting

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