– summer 2012 placement appointee, Bill Neal
The student will partner with a lead designer to develop graphic design solutions for various print ephemera connected with the Getty, including Education and Performing Arts. Work will involve collaborations with internal clients, production and web staff to coordinate deliverables. The Design Studio is a fast-paced, deadline-driven, creative environment that develops high quality design solutions.
The Design Studio at the Getty will offer a fully set-up MAC workstation for the successful student candidate. The position is 16 hours per week. The work must be carried out at the Getty Center Design Studio. Allocation of hours can be flexible —ideally the appointee would be here two 8 hour days per week (8:30 – 5:30 with a 1 hour lunch break), and option 2 would be four 4 hour days (8:30-12:30 or 1:30-5:30).
•Working knowledge of InDesign and CS5 programs.
•Ability to generate a design solution quickly and carry it through to completion.
•Strong communication skills.
• DCA certificate candidate.
Send your resume, cover letter and three work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, November 24th. I’m happy to help you prepare your application and answer additional questions if you set up an advising meeting by calling 310-206-1422.
*If you prefer to apply for spring quarter instead of winter quarter, please note this in your cover letter and email.