The Young Scientist Journal is looking for Print Artists
In your role as a Print Designer, you’re expected to commit to an average of 4 hours every two weeks. You will be creating our yearly issue, by using inDesign and Adobe software. You will also help in other areas along with the Lead Print Artist.
Here are some qualifications that might be helpful for the role:
You must be between the ages of 12-20. Team work is essential, as your subject area will be a small, robust group. You will be communicating across all levels of the Journal, from the Senior Team to new incomers. Knowledge of Adobe InDesign is highly useful, alongside other creative ability in the Arts. A basic underlying passion for STEM is helpful.
The Application Process
During the onboarding process, you will be asked to verify with Persona, our identity checker. This is due to the nature of the organisation featuring a large number of minors working alongside adults. Therefore all journal members must be verified with a valid identity card (Passport etc). You may be asked to complete a short post-application task. This is designed to further look at how you would fit into the role. For team leaders, such as this role, you will be required to undergo a short interview with the head of department and the chief editor if the position requires it. This will be relatively informal and will not be designed to catch you out!