Summer Internship: Creative, Post Production

Opportunity:

Tuckernuck is looking for a diligent intern to join the fast-pace, ever-changing e-commerce post production team. The post production team is in charge of delivering product images, on model and off model, as well as product copywriting to Tuckernuck’s website. This crucial role requires creative writing and organization, as well as a thorough understanding of the product to ensure the end consumer has the best experience when shopping and purchasing on Tuckernuck.com. 

Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to all aspects of the post production team under direction of the senior members of the division, including writing eloquent and witty product copy that speaks to the Tuckernuck customer and aiding in the quality control of all imagery for accuracy.
  • Participate in current company big picture initiatives related to post production, which may include social media, customer feedback, size and fit.
  • Attend all relevant creative post production meetings and studio photo shoots, taking notes on product fit, feel and selling points.
  • Research and present competitive analysis as well as updates to quality control guidelines to ensure the best and most relevant information possible is presented to the customers in a compelling way.

Qualifications:

  • Confident, go-getter with strong organization and communication skills
  • Excellent writer
  • Team player
  • Detail oriented with experience in deadline-driven workplace
  • Competency in Mac OSX and Microsoft Office, especially excel

Big Picture Summer Project:

During the course of the program, the intern will focus on a big picture presentation analyzing the competitive landscape in product imagery and descriptions. They will assist our senior staff in refining and revising our internal guidelines. 

Other details:

  • Full-time 9 AM - 6 PM in Washington, D.C.
  • Paid

Interested? Email jobs@tnuck.com with your resume and cover letter expressing your areas of interest and answering the question “Why Tuckernuck?”