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Bruxelles

Karen Massin

Graphic design intern

Company description

Burson-Marsteller is a leading public affairs and communications company that is committed to ‘making it happen’ for our clients.

Global companies, industry associations, professional services firms, NGOs, governments and other organisations depend on our team of experts and their extensive knowledge of public relations, EU and UN public affairs, reputation and crisis management, digital strategy and advertising.

Clients often engage Burson-Marsteller when the stakes are high: During a crisis, a brand launch or a period of fundamental change or transition.

They come to us for sophisticated communications campaigns based on knowledge, research, industry insights and creativity.

They appreciate our proven ability to communicate effectively with their most critical audiences and stakeholders.

They value our Evidence-Based Communications approach, designed to ensure that all client programs are rooted in data at the beginning, the middle and the end.

Get in touch to see how we can help you ‘make it happen’.

Job description

Burson-Marsteller Brussels is seeking to fill a six-month paid graphic design stage to assist our graphic designer in the development, implementation and delivery of graphics for all kinds of marketing materials and client projects, both in print and online.

If you are someone who is creative and always inclined to visually improve materials or websites, then you are of interest to us.  You will support our team  with a pro-active “can do attitude” in a high energy and fast paced environment working with colleagues across our organisation. Quick turn-around is key as different projects arise daily.

You must possess basic to intermediate knowledge of HTML and/or CSS, be proficient with Microsoft office and graphic design software Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop) and QuarkXpress. Experience in production and artworking is a plus. You must be eager to learn and are known to go above and beyond, producing exemplary work.

You must have great attention to detail and be interested in new web and digital technologies.

Excellent spoken and written English is a must.

Established in 1965, Burson-Marsteller is the leading public affairs consultancy in Brussels. With more than 70 employees, our multi-national team specialises in supporting companies and organisations in influencing the development and implementation of EU public policy and implement EMEA-wide media and communication campaigns.

Burson-Marsteller is a subsidiary of WPP, one of the world’s largest communications services companies. 


If you are interested in this great opportunity, please apply online:  http://burson-marsteller.be/aboutus/careers/

 

We thank you for your interest!

 

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If you are someone who is creative and always inclined to visually improve materials or websites, then you are of interest to us.  You will support our team  with a pro-active “can do attitude” in a high energy and fast paced environment working with colleagues across our organisation. Quick turn-around is key as different projects arise daily.

You must possess basic to intermediate knowledge of HTML and/or CSS, be proficient with Microsoft office and graphic design software Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop) and QuarkXpress. Experience in production and artworking is a plus. You must be eager to learn and are known to go above and beyond, producing exemplary work.

You must have great attention to detail and be interested in new web and digital technologies.

Excellent spoken and written English is a must.

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