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Marie Claire Art Department Fall Intern

Marie Claire is looking for interns in the art department. Candidates must have a strong interest in magazine design, photography, typography and love for fashion. Excellent communication and organizational skills are a must, plus the ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment. He/she should be resourceful, responsible and a creative problem-solver. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include but are not limited to: Maintaining and updating the mini wall for each issue, preparing and updating flip books for Editor-in-Chief and Design Director, photo research, preparing layouts for presentation, mounting cover proposals for presentation. Under the guidance of the art department, the intern will experience the process of a national monthly magazine. This is the perfect position for a dynamic, self-motivated college student looking for hands-on experience. Experience with Photoshop and InDesign is required, as well as a major relating to graphic design. This is a non-paid internship and for school credit only. Candidates MUST receive school credit and be able to commit to at least 4 full days a week for our internship program at our New York office. Please contact jyeung@hearst.com if interested.

Designer/Lucky Peach

Lucky Peach is looking for a good designer to join our tiny art department here in San Francisco, mostly on our print magazine. Responsibilities would include unglamorous production-y things (that we all do) like flowing in text and clipping out images + designing front-of-book sections, designing features, working with illustrators/photographers/ and designing/conceptualizing special issues/sections/photoshoots.

NYLON Art Internship

NYLON Magazine is looking for an Art Department Intern to begin ASAP! Main responsibilities include updating our issue wall and book, collaborating on illustration and photography projects, and providing some design support for our iPad issue. We are looking for strong, creative designers with an understanding of and love for the NYLON aesthetics. All internships are unpaid, and interns must be available 2+ days a week (with flexible hours!).

Digital Design Director

Digital Design Director Provide guidance, direction and ensure design/UX consistency on all Wall Street Journal newsroom initiatives. Working with the Global Visual Editor, help shape the visual voice of The Wall Street Journal.Create experience and visual style guides geared towards visual and non-visual staffers. Mentor and develop digital design and experience skills among less-experienced visual colleagues.

Multimedia Editor in Washington, D.C.

Participate in the planning and creation of The Wall Street Journal's integrated political coverage which include visuals as a key part of the storytelling package. Be able to report, design and create information graphics/interactives for all platforms, including desktop, mobile, social media and print.We are seeking a curious, entrepreneurial journalist who eagerly embraces new ways of telling stories with data, charts and maps. Experience with full stack development of modern web apps, online data viz tools (d3, Raphael, Processing) or online mapping tools optional but strongly favored. Equal Opportunity Employer: /All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vets/

Tools Developer

This inventive, versatile developer will create and support applications and templates that allow producers, designers, editors and bloggers to create interactive graphics without direct involvement of developers. Current examples include quizzes, polls, image carousels, diagrams, charts, maps and panoramas. This developer will support existing tools and templates, add new features and improve their mobile and multi-language capabilities. The developer will also create new interactive tools geared toward social media and deploy applications and templates at overseas WSJ sites. Equal Opportunity Employer: Dow Jones, Making Careers Newsworthy All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vets

Photo Editor

The Wall Street Journal, the nation's largest daily newspaper, has an exciting opening for a Photo Editor/ in the Mansion section and News photos in our New York City based photo department What the position is: This is a rare opportunity to work with world class photographers around the globe, edit and produce visual content for in-depth and high end real estate stories. A great love of photography and visual storytelling are paramount second only to your top-notch portfolio of past stories you've edited and produced. This position (This is a full time position in our New York City office. Competitive salary, great benefits and vacation allowance and the best group of coworkers you will ever find are all perks for the job.) if for Aerotek posting please remove Who we are looking for: A visual storyteller able to pull together complex photo assignments, agency research, communication with reporters around the globe, editors with demanding standards. A qualified candidate is able to communicate via the written word and with excellent communication and social media skills. A bachelor degree at minimum is necessary and you should have at least 2 years in an position of producing or photo editing. Aside from your keen eye the most important skill for success in this position is a stellar personality, ability to work in a team environment and develop consensus with colleagues, yet be self-motivated to work the hours necessary to complete assignments that can span many time zones. A successful candidate will be deadline-oriented, digitally focused and excel at multi-tasking. You would be involved in a variety of daily and longer project tasks, including posting stories and creating complementary content, creating photo and multimedia packages building and maintaining special sections, managing social media accounts, working with reporters and editors on enhancing stories for digital and mobile devices, promoting reader participation, and more.
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