Multi-Media Intern

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The New Lines Institute for Strategy and Policy in Washington DC is looking for a paid part-time multi-media intern to help augment the Institute’s internal multi-media production and management capacity. S/he will focus on producing visual content (motion graphics for videos, audio/video interviews, etc.) to support the Institute’s expanding scope of operations. Additionally, the intern will work closely with the Institute’s Communications and Programs teams to optimize the Institute’s website with a focus on content curation, user experience improvement and traffic generation. Finally, the multi-media intern will cross-train with other Communications team members to ensure continuity of organizational best practices through staff turnover. 

Main duties and requirements include: 

  • Web-page SEO 
  • Creation of short-form informational videos 
  • Creation of motion graphics  
  • Demonstrable experience in multi-media development and management 
  • Excellent sense for appealing visual layout 
  • Familiarity with Adobe Suite – After Effects, Illustrator, Premiere 
  • Biweekly newsletter drafting (MailChimp) Passion for research and analysis  
  • Familiarity with global affairs and geopolitics 
  • A graduate degree (completed or in-progress) in international affairs, communications, public policy, foreign service, international development or a relevant discipline is a plus. 
Expected time commitment: 20-30 hours/week (remote and/or in-person)

Remuneration: $20/hour

Start date: Immediately

Contract duration: Three months renewable based on performance and availability 
If interested, please send an email to Alec Dionne [email protected] and Sabrine Baiou [email protected] including your resume and a cover letter highlighting your relevant experience and research interests.  

The Newlines Institute celebrates and supports diversity in the workplace. The Newlines Institute does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.