Tactical Tech is an international NGO with an office in Berlin. We strive to create a world where digital technologies can contribute to a more equitable, democratic and sustainable society.
Tactical Tech's Products Team is looking for a Design Intern to assist with our print materials and public-facing websites. This is an ideal job for a student looking to work on highly visible projects.
Required skills and key competencies:
- Diverse portfolio showcasing both print and web projects with a strong typographic sense;
- Comfortable working with Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshop and Figma or Sketch;
- Commitment and team player;
- Hands on approach and interest in society and technology;
- Fluent in English;
This is an entry level, limited-term internship starting April 2020 and finishing August / September 2020.
The position is for a 35 hour week internship, with a pay of 1500 euro gross per month.
This post will be based in Berlin, Germany and you must be legally entitled to work in Germany. The working language of the organisation is English.
Please send a CV/cover letter and portfolio of your work in a PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line “Design Intern” by 18 March 2020. Only successful candidates will be contacted. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to respond to individual phone and email inquiries.
- Berlin Mitte (10119)
Über das Unternehmen
Tactical Tech is an international NGO, with an office in Berlin, which strives to create a world where digital technologies can contribute to a more equitable, democratic and sustainable society. We work with an international audience of engaged citizens and civil society actors to investigate and mitigate the evolving impact of technologies on society. Our vision is a world where digital technologies can contribute to a more equitable, democratic and sustainable society. To enable this change, we investigate how digital technologies impact society and individual autonomy, using our findings to create practical solutions for citizens and civil society actors.