Remesh - Remote
51-200 employees · Internet
Originally posted May 12, 2022; this is a 100% remote, internship

About Us!

Remesh was founded in 2014, with a mission to build a platform that can help people truly understand each other — whether that’s consumers, employees, or constituents. To date, we have raised $50 million to execute this mission. We are excited to be disrupting the $70+ billion insights industry.

Remesh allows you to have a live conversation with your audience at scale, using AI to analyze and organize their responses in real-time. Through this process, our customers are able to quickly draw out actionable insights as they engage hundreds of participants simultaneously. As a result, customers are able to gain fast, frequent, and efficient insights and make decisions with confidence.

About the Role

Remesh is looking for a Marketing Design Intern to join our growing Marketing Team! This person would have a solid grasp on design thinking and utilize an iterative creative process. He or she needs to be self-motivated, able to move quickly on projects without sacrificing quality.

Marketing Design Intern (Role Objectives)

  • Working directly with the Marketing Design Team to design web-based graphics
  • Creating social graphics for events, blog posts, email marketing, eBooks, gated-content, and promotional advertisements
  • Facilitating updates and changes to presentations, decks, and documents cross-functionally
  • Coordinating with the marketing and research teams to design findings reports and summaries
  • Brainstorming and executing on innovative designs and concepts for marketing initiatives alongside the Marketing Designer

Skills and Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled or recent graduate of a design program including Graphic Design, Communication Design, UI/UX, or similar program
  • Ability to plan and execute design work based on wireframes or sketches
  • Ability to follow brand style guides
  • Excellent time, tasks, and deadline management
  • A solid grasp on print techniques as well as an understanding of online and digital media
  • Interest in web-based software, systems, and technology
  • Strong knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of Figma
  • Video editing or animation ability (Adobe Premiere and/or After Effects)

The Benefits of Working with Remesh

  • The stipend for this position is $2,500 per month (40 hrs week)
  • Fantastic opportunity to gain real-world experience
  • Work from anywhere in the US!
  • $500 one-time use work from home allowance (WFH)
  • $150 monthly stipend WFH stipend

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