Picnic is creative. We have an iconic fleet of electric vehicles, inspirational images for our teams, and an in-app mobile store that is pleasing to the eye. We want a Visual Creative Intern that fits into our unique environment to develop their skills and support our design team.
Where you fit in
Picnic is a visual brand. We offer a growing assortment of items that are photographed, prepared, and presented in visually engaging ways. As our Visual Creative Intern, you support the design team with day-to-day tasks. Your work will be on constant display and satisfy the visual hunger of our customers.
We are proud to make sure that each image is pixel perfect. No matter the content, no matter the size. As a photoshop prodigy, you accurately manipulate images with ease and pace. You’ll surprise us with a keen eye for detail, and we’ll regularly set you challenges to test your abilities.
Our modern, light-filled office is full of creativity and collaboration. You will have the opportunity to learn from great designers and work on all the graphics that are part of a growing business. Your images will add to our company, and your creativity will help us establish the future of in-app grocery shopping.
What you do
What you need
For Bonus Points: Experience with Sketch and knowledge of photography
Picnic is the world’s fastest growing online supermarket with a unique business model and a highly engaged customer base. Our mission is to make grocery shopping simple, fun, and affordable for everyone. Beyond that, we love working towards a greener future by using cutting-edge warehouse technologies and running a 100% electrical fleet of delivery vans. Are you ready to join this unique technology-first venture?
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