Graphic Design Internship (Fully remote option available)

Art and Design, Business Studies and/or Management Science, Communication and Information Sciences
10 Jan, 2022 to 31 May, 2022
10 Dec, 2021

General information

3 months

The Cork International Choral Festival is looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated candidates for the 67th edition!
We have 2 different internship positions available for the period January-May 2022 depending on your skills and aspirations.

Option 2 – Graphic Design (Fully remote option available)

We are looking for a graphic designer who wants to advance and develop their creative existing skills by working with the Festival Team on a range of projects across media and platforms. Fully remote internship option available.

What you will learn and be a part of
You have the opportunity to be a part of a lively, fun atmosphere, be exposed and participate in the production of a well-established and exciting festival. The position will have a variety of different tasks, including but not limited to the following: editing the festival programme booklet, creating posters and flyers and online adverts. You will also have the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals of festival events during the months leading up to the Cork International Choral Festival.

Optional – During the Festival days, you will be scheduled to work on-site at our events (concerts, workshops, rehearsals) at different locations across Cork city and County.

Your strengths and interests include

  • A quick-thinking, self-starter with the ability to multitask and willingness to take on projects
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Some experience with the Adobe Suite
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Excellent written and spoken English


About the Internship
3 month internship period: 30 hours per week + increased hours during festival days (27th April – 1st May 2022), schedule to be agreed). This is an unpaid internship. We are flexible regarding working hours and start/end dates for the right candidate.

We will mainly be working from our own offices in Civic Trust House on 50 Pope Quays, Cork.
Due to the exceptional circumstances related to the Covid-19 situation, part of the work might be carried out remotely by the festival staff. Online communication tools (VoIP/web conferencing platforms, chats, knowledge repositories, etc.) are in place to ensure that work can be carried out as team and that you receive appropriate and timely support and feedback. Use of own laptop and internet connection required (not provided).

The health and safety of our staff and everyone attending next year’s event is our number one priority. We ask you to comply with local COVID-19 rules and public health guidelines in place at the time of the internship.

To Apply
Please email a cover letter and CV to [email protected] by 10th December 2021.

If you require further information, please email: [email protected]

No financial compensation
English: Independent User B1
Some experience with the Adobe Suite
Proficiency in Microsoft Office