Graphic Design Intern

Position Type:
Company: Novative Solutions, LLC
Location: Woodbridge, VA
Company Description:
Novative Solutions, LLC is a Northern Virginia based software/web development company.
Title: Graphic Design Intern
Design print and electronic collateral, email campaigns and newsletters, website and intranet, online and print advertising, PowerPoint presentations, signage and other graphic design projects as assigned.
Strong visual design skills, as well as the ability to create and implement your ideas on a mobile form factor
Designed for both the web and for mobile, and understand the possibilities and constraints that come with each platform
Maintain Company's brand identity and manage expanding library of logos, brand images, print collateral and other design and communication assets.
Maintain and improve the company's brand style guide.
Create and manage layout and design for company presence on social media sites including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and others.
Partner with other team members and assist with project management, concept development and production of marketing and sales support materials
Proficiency in Adobe CS 6 Programs including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
Experience in Microsoft Office Programs including Power Point, Word and Excel
Proficiency with page layout, graphic manipulation, and typography
Photography and video editing skills a plus
Outgoing personality and good communication skills
Motivated to work independently
Creative, self-motivated and deadline driven
Completed or currently enrolled in an applicable creative arts, multimedia, or graphic design Associates degree program or higher
To Apply: E-mail Cover Letter, Resume, and Portfolio to careers@novativesol.com
We look forward to hearing from you!

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