Job Description: Graphic Design Intern
Starting Date: Immediately
Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week
Compensation: A small stipend is available and/or course credit
The Graphic Design Intern is responsible for providing support for the development and marketing department through a variety of channels, print, digital, web, video and other as assigned. The Graphic Design intern will report to the Marketing and Communications Manager and will assist with the development and design of core Levine Museum’s graphics, logos, collateral event materials and a variety of other creative tasks as assigned.
The Graphic Design Intern’s primary duties include but are not limited to:
- Prepare images to coincide with social and website posts and print materials
- Assist with collateral updates and version control
- Creation of various logos for programs and events
- Creation and updates to various marketing collateral
- Be creative, collaborative, and fun
- Other projects as assigned
- Excellent computer knowledge for both MAC and PC environments
- Must be proficient in basic design programs including Adobe Creative Suite
- Writing and proofing skills are required
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) and administrative skills
- Ability to work independently and complete assigned tasks within identified time frames
- Organized, dependable and detail oriented
- Desire to come up with fresh ideas
- Ability to contribute individually, and participate in cross-functional teams
- Interest in the mission of Levine Museum of the New South
Qualified candidates should send their resume and design samples to Melody Gross, Marketing and Communications Manager at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
About Levine Museum
Levine Museum’s mission is to engage a broad-based audience in the exploration and appreciation of the diverse history of the South since the Civil War, with a focus on Charlotte and the surrounding Carolina Piedmont. Through the Museum we collect, preserve, and interpret the materials, sights, sounds, and ideas that illumine and enliven this history. The Museum presents opportunities for life-long learning about this history for the benefit, enjoyment and education of children and adults, and provides historical context for contemporary issues and a community forum for thoughtful discussion.
Since our founding in 1991, core values have guided what we do and how we do it: Scholarship, Education, Collaboration, Inclusion, and Fiscal Responsibility.
We believe in and are committed to using history to build community.