Graphic Design Intern In

internship - part time,

National Indemnity Company
Omaha, NE
Closed
Posted 95 Days ago
National Indemnity Company
Omaha, NE
internship - part time,
Posted 95 Days ago
Closed

Description

Graphic Design InternJob Locations US-NE-OmahaID 2019-2450Company National Indemnity CompanyPosition Type Temporary Part-TimeOverview & ResponsibilitiesCandidates must be local, enrolled in a four-year degree program taking on a full-time course load, and able to work in Omaha for at least one year. National Indemnity Company is a member of the Berkshire Hathaway group of insurance companies owned by Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Hours:Between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.20-40 hours per week depending on the applicant's scheduleSalary:$12.00 per hour and up depending upon experience Location:1314 Douglas Street, Omaha World Herald Building This internship will give the qualified candidate an opportunity to obtain valuable experience. Duties include:Create and update marketing materials includingNewslettersFliersBrochuresPowerPoint DesignCreate and send company mass emailsPerforming other duties as assignedDuring this internship, the student will gain:Real world application of Adobe Creative SuiteKnowledge of business to business marketingVerbal and written communication skill sets to thrive in a competitive marketFundamental principles of commercial insuranceQualificationsGraphic design, art or marketing major or related fieldsWorking knowledge of design programs: InDesign, Adobe Illustrator/Creative SuiteWorking knowledge of Microsoft Products including PowerPoint and ExcelExcellent organization skillsSelf-motivatedTeam playerAttention to detailAbility to meet deadlines

Skills

graphic design, adobe indesign, art, adobe illustrator, motion graphics, creativity, adobe creative cloud, microsoft powerpoint, microsoft word, organization, written communication, business, adobe creative suite, adobe photoshop, visual communication

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