Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 11/12/2019 Procter & Gamble, Paid Internship - Design

Procter & Gamble Geneva Office
Route de Saint-Georges 47, Petit-Lancy, Geneva, Svizzera
Grafica e Design
Retribuito + benefit
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Are you looking for an experience in an elite design studio? Are you enthusiastic about generating inventive and fresh ideas for common products? We are seeking top Design students to join our team. As a Design Intern you would be responsible for crafting excellent design solutions that support the brand strategy and business objectives.
We offer internship roles that include hands on design along with envisioning, encouraging, and crafting solutions for packaging, product and digital.
The Design intern at P&G leads and builds the visual expression of a brand and how it comes to life across touchpoints (including packaging, in-store, digital/social, etc). As an intern, we will pair you with creative leaders, agency partners, and marketers to influence brand and design strategies and craft extraordinary design solutions. We allow you to work through all parts of the design process, starting with assessing the landscape and brainstorming and continuing through design/content creation. Creative thinking, project management, and collaboration with multi-functional teams are a meaningful part of this role. We look for majors/degrees in Graphic Design, Fashion Design, or Textile Design.

Requisiti principali:
  • Attending a design university/college with a major in design
  • Graphic design interns should be familiar with adobe cs (photoshop, illustrator, indesign, acrobat)
  • A bold portfolio including design deep understanding and the ability to take on problems using design skills as shown in a competitive portfolio.

We believe this is ideal for you if you have:

  • A keen eye and attention to detail.
  • Collaboration/interdependence skills through past examples.
  • Examples of discipline, time and project management skills.
  • Use of compassion and non-linear thinking: You should be able to see the consumer as a person and ideate solutions with the consumer in mind.