Animated Infographic Designer and Animator

Client, Employer, or Organization: ZipLine Productions Inc.

Name of Contact: Stephen Robinson

Email: stephenrobinson95@gmail.com

Phone Number: 780-307-7182

Website: http://52skillz.com

Job or Opportunity Description: We are looking for a designer who is able to create animated infographics for a series we are producing for Telus VOD and Youtube called "How to Learn Anything". The infographics would need to be of a similar quality and design to the following links: 

Ex1: https://vimeo.com/119336068 (The animations that compliment the interview with Obama) 
Ex2: https://vimeo.com/210939436 (0:09-0:22) (0:38-0:48)

The job would begin in April, with first drafts for the animations required in early May, and final drafts required at the end of June. The # of animations, and how long the animations are will depend on the writing of the show and the that rate is decided on between the production company and the animator.

Estimated Compensation: $1500

Application Deadline: 3/10/2018

Logo Design and artwork

Client, Employer, or Organization: Caplink Financial Corporation

Name of Contact: Devin Greenlaw

Email: devin@caplink.ca

Phone Number: 7807029224

Website: http://www.caplink.ca

Job or Opportunity Description: We are a private lending and investment firm starting two new ventures that will require new logos. The new logo will have to follow certain criteria but the creative side of it will be your responsibility. Beyond the work with the logos, we also run a series of magazine ads that we will need help to design. Specifics will come later. The completion of the logos would be of relative urgency.

Estimated Compensation: $500

Application Deadline: 2/15/2018

Graphic Design Intern

Client, Employer, or Organization: MDIIO

Name of Contact: Curtis Serna

Email: cserna@songistry.com

Website: http://mdiio.com/

Job or Opportunity Description: We (www.mdiio.com) are looking for a creative, innovative graphic design intern with a passion for music to join our team, expand their skillset, and continue their passion for art and design. You will be exposed to many different types of media projects and the operations of the music industry. This position offers the opportunity to work with influential members of the global music community through various artistic outlets on a wide variety of projects.

In this position, you will work with our close-knit creative team in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago (with offices opening in Nashville, Austin, London and Sweden in 2018).  You will have the opportunity to be involved and work with our creative department on a vast array of projects that are constantly expanding your skillset and exposure to the music industry.

This is an unpaid internship position but could potentially lead to a full time paid position in the summer. The right candidate will have some experience with all items listed below and must have their own laptop to work from with all required Adobe software.

We’re looking for someone with:
• Interest in learning more about graphic design, illustration, photo and video editing, and apparel design;
• Interest & knowledge of the music industry;
• Knowledge and experience with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Adobe Premier and After Effects a plus;
• Must be willing to come into our office 20 hours per week (or to meet specific school qualifications);
• Strong communication skills (verbal and written) and a strong attention to detail;
• Must be able to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment-Strong work ethic;
• Must be able to work overtime on projects with tight deadlines;
• Able to work independently to complete tasks – must have proper time management and organizational skills;
• Some photo editing and or apparel paneling experience a plus;
• Experience with WordPress is also a plus.

What’s In It for You?
• The opportunity to learn and work within the global music industry while enhancing your skills and knowledge as a graphic designer in the professional field;
• This is likely to lead to a full-time position.

Required education: igh school or equivalent
Required experience:  year
Other Requirements: Portfolio showcasing your best works.

Be a part of the MDIIO team and apply today! Please send resume to cserna@songistry.com kindly include your name and “Graphic Designer Intern” in the email subject header.

Estimated Compensation: $0

Logo Designer

 

Client, Employer, or Organization: Pyriscence (culture and politics blog)

Name of Contact: Shama Rangwala

Email: srangwal@ualberta.ca

Phone Number: 780-246-0055

Website: http://pyriscence.ca

Job or Opportunity Description: Pyriscence is a culture and politics blog (www.pyriscence.ca) based in Edmonton with readers from all over the world. We are looking for a student who would like to build their portfolio by designing a logo that can be used on the website, pins, tote bags, etc. The term pyriscence refers to the phenomenon wherein a seed can only be released from through heat or fire; the project of Pyriscence takes this natural process as a model for critique. The logo should include a pinecone and flame and possibly some kind of sprout, along with the word Pyriscence (below or wrapped around? we would need a file with the logo on its own and another with the logo and the title). It should be quite simple, clean, minimalist, and black and white (the pinecone allows for some nice geometric patterning). Pyriscence has a wide circulation and your work would be prominently displayed on the website and used for future merchandise. Although we have no external funding and are run entirely on a volunteer basis (both editors and contributors), we are able to offer a $50 honorarium. The application deadline is flexible but we would like it by early April when we are doing a website redesign; hopefully it will be simple enough to not take too long.

Estimated Compensation: $50

Application Deadline: 3/1/2018

Graphic Design, Technology, and Video Intern

Client, Employer, or Organization: Residence Services

Name of Contact: Jessica Ruprecht

Email:  ruprecht@ualberta.ca 

Phone Number: 780.492.1892.     

Job or Opportunity Description: Residence Services is currently hiring a Graphic Design, Technology, and Video Intern to work on design, videos, and content for our online student staff training EClass course, and First Year Orientation EClass Course. This position will be full time in the summer, and part time during the school year. More information and a link to the application can be found on our website, applications are due February 4th.

Application Deadline:  February 4, 2018

SU Election Candidate Campaign

Client, Employer, or Organization: SU Election Candidate

Name of Contact: Shane Scott

Email: sscott@ualberta.ca

Phone Number: 4034047492

Job or Opportunity Description: I am currently the VP Academic for the SU and will be a candidate running for President in the next Students' Union election in March. I am looking for a volunteer designer to develop my posters, handbills and digital assets. These become the posters displayed across campus and are an opportunity to build your portfolio. I am also able to provide references following the election.

Application Deadline: 1/22/2018

Works to Work Summer Internship

Client, Employer, or Organization: The Works Art & Design Festival

Name of Contact: Betty-Jo Lecours

Email: education@theworks.ab.ca

Phone Number: 7804262122

Website: http://www.theworks.ab.ca/education/

Job Title: Works to Work Summer Internship

Job or Opportunity Description: The Works Art & Design Festival Works to Work Program accepts applications for students looking for positions in the art and design field. Learn more about the intern experience at The Works Blog.

• Deadline for applications: March 1, 2018

The Works to Work Summer Internship program begins in May and runs throughout the summer. This paid program is fast-paced and connects theoretical learning with real-world applications: participants complete 46 plus hours of in-class/ home-study instruction as well as over 500 hours of practical work experience in delivering The Works Art & Design Festival. Participants benefit from working with experienced arts presenters and world class artists, while learning in a variety of ways that include assignment modules, research, student instruction, guest lectures, professional exposure, and hands-on experience.
Works to Work participants may return summer after summer to encourage ongoing skill development, progressing from Assistant to Coordinator to Supervisor to Lead Supervisor levels in each department.

Who Should Apply?
• Students and graduates of visual art and design programs, marketing, communications, public relations, and arts and cultural management programs
• Students in related fields (museums, theatre, heritage, recreation, etc.)
• Emerging artists interested in building and expanding their careers
• Persons considering a career in arts and culture

Placements available in the following 5 departments:
1. Exhibit Production & Technology: Oversee the physical aspects of 20+ exhibits and installations including venue preparation, artwork handling, install & dismantle, construction techniques, resource management, inventories, and special projects.

2. Curatorial: Administer and document festival presentations including curatorial research, registration, reporting, archiving, contracts, insurance, communications, curatorial intent, artwork handling, install & dismantle, exhibit interpretation, and audience development.
3. Design: Assist with the design of The Works Art & Design Festival marketing collateral, apply festival campaign to print and web outputs including festival guide. Internship opportunities also offered in exhibition design, industrial design, and related disciplines.
4. Marketing, Public Relations, Special Events: Develop and implement public and media outreach strategies, administer and deliver special events throughout the Festival season including the media launch, artist events, stage presentations, and celebration events.
5. Volunteer Administration: Recruit, orient, schedule, and develop event and appreciation programs for The Works volunteers. Maintain and develop relationships with volunteer organizations and community supporters. Operate volunteer headquarters during festival.

Contact Amber at (780) 426-2122 ext. 226 for more information

To apply to the Works to Work program, please include:

- A resume
- Copy of your most recent transcripts
- A cover letter, indicating the stream or streams for which you would like to apply
- Contact information for three references

Send your application to The Works Art & Design Festival, 10635 – 95 ST. NW Edmonton, AB T5H 2C3 Fax: (780) 426-4673

Or via email: theworks@telusplanet.net Please put Attn: Amber Rooke in the subject line.

Application Deadline: 4/1/2018

Event Assistant

Client, Employer, or Organization: Latitude 53

Name of Contact: Simone Kousol-Graham 

Email: admin@latitude53.org

Phone Number: 780-423-5353

Job or Opportunity Description: Another position that we are seeking to fill for Parka Patio is Event Assistant. The Event Assistant will coordinate artist installations for the event including sponsorship asks for the event itself. They will also coordinate the event flow (volunteers, attendees, fundraising engagement), with assistance from Latitude 53 staff and the Fundraising Events Committee. This is an exceptional project opportunity with significant portfolio potential in event planning from inception through to final production and evaluation. The selected candidate must be comfortable working within tight deadlines. Biweekly meetings with Latitude 53 staff and volunteer Fundraising Events Committee will produce feedback for the Event Assistant to respond to. The project will begin January 9 as the assistant will work with our volunteer run Fundraising Events Committee to coordinate and organize Parka Patio for February 10.

The Internship is SCIP approved and students will receive $1000 after 50 to 60 hours of work. Any interested students can email Simone at admin@latitude53.org to apply or inquire about the position.

Event Designer

Client, Employer, or Organization: Latitude 53

Name of Contact: Simone Kousol-Graham 

Email: admin@latitude53.org

Phone Number: 780-423-5353

Job or Opportunity Description: We’re seeking a student passionate about design and fine arts to create print/digital materials for our upcoming Parka Patio fundraiser! Parka Patio is Latitude 53’s winter celebration event. For previous iterations of Parka Patio, the event has been themed around warmth, light, and the future. We will have a DJ or a live act to play music, and guests will be invited to explore the gallery full of artist installations that relate to the theme in the gallery spaces. This year’s theme is Solitude. As a non-profit artist run organization, events like these help fund our facilities and administrative costs.

The project will begin January 10 with January 24 as a printing date for the February 10 event; this internship will be completed by February 10. This project is designed to serve as professional experience designing for a client for a student with experience and passion for visual communication design.

The Internship is SCIP approved and students will receive $1000 after 50 to 60 hours of work. Any interested students can email Simone at admin@latitude53.org to apply or inquire about the position.

3D TECHNICAL ARTIST

Client, Employer, or Organization: vrCAVE

Name of Contact: Alex Rossol

Email: info@vrcave.ca

Phone Number: 780-932-9141

Website: http://vrcave.ca

Job Title: 3D TECHNICAL ARTIST

Job or Opportunity Description: About vrCAVE
vrCAVE utilizes the latest in Virtual Reality (VR) technologies to bring users the highest quality shared entertainment experiences. The vrCAVE system is a cutting-edge VR platform sold to small & medium businesses (B2B), predominantly in the entertainment industry. What makes vrCAVE's technology unique is that consumers can literally stand beside and interact with their friends as they explore and conquer virtual worlds together. vrCAVE has a unique, proprietary library of networked social VR games designed to be played collaboratively with groups of friends as opposed to the non-social, solo experiences offered by the home market.

Our first product line is a two-person VR haunted house called Hospital of Horror (www.hospitalofhorror.com) . This was first launched in Edmonton in October 2016, and was Canada’s first multi-user VR haunted house. In 2017, an updated version was released and is available in several cities across Canada and Western U.S.A.. 

In addition to halloween experiences, vrCAVE is also developing a line of VR escape rooms. Our very first title is called Space Station Tiberia, a space-themed four person escape room. It was first launched in Edmonton in July 2017, with several locations opening across North America in the Fall of 2017.


***Jr. 3D Technical Artist***

We are looking for a 3D Artist to create an immersive virtual world complete with believable environments, interactive props, and characters for use in multi-user VR experiences built in Unreal Engine 4.

Responsibilities:

-Create/Modify 3D static meshes as well as modifying/creating their respective texture files
-Contribute to the design of the overall game

Required Skills:
-Preferred degree background in Art & Design or Computer Science
-Skills in one or more aspects of 3D game art, including: 3D computer graphics, 3D Art/Content creation, or 3D animation.
-Verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
-Motivation to learn, and perseverance in solving complex issues.

Desired Skills:
-Experience with 3D content production tools such as Blender 3D, 3dsmax, Maya, etc.
-Experience with Photoshop or other image editing software
-Experience in working with a modern game engine: (particularly Unreal Engine, but experience with Unity, Source Engine, etc. also an asset)
-Have made a video game before (or a game mod)

Estimated Compensation: $25.00

Notes: Full-time position, flexible hours and location.

Practicum Position

Client, Employer, or Organization: The Students' Union at the University of Alberta

Name of Contact: Nigel Brachi

Email: nigel.brachi@su.ualberta.ca

Phone Number: 780 492 4241

Job or Opportunity Description: Thinking about a Practicum position for the Winter Term 2018? Then you should check out The Studio at the Students’ Union.

The Students’ Union (SU) is a large operation that runs a wide range of services and businesses on behalf of students, and The Studio is the full service design shop that provides support to the SU for everything from advertising and promotion to identity and branding. 

Take your practicum at The Studio and we’ll offer you eight hours of work a week, with the chance to work on real projects in a friendly and professional environment. We love to have our practicum students come in for a full day each week, but we can work around your schedule. Either way, you’ll get a ton of hands on experience, and we we’ll never ask you to run the coffee machine or the copier.

Read more about the Students’ Union at su.ualberta.ca

Please apply - with a cover letter and a link to your portfolio - by midnight, December 17, to Nigel Brachi, Senior Manager of Marketing & Communications at the SU at nigel.brachi@su.ualberta.ca

Application Deadline: 12/17/2017

Graffiti Art on Residential Climbing Wall

Client, Employer, or Organization: Stanley Chan

Name of Contact: Stanley Chan

Email: stanley.chan@ualberta.ca

Phone Number: 780-235-8778

Job or Opportunity Description: Background and Requested Services

A small modern residential climbing space is currently being built within walking distance from the University of Alberta.

To enhance the space, we are seeking an artistic treatment on part (or all) of the 3D climbing surface composed of Baltic birch panels (one overhanging and one adjacent vertical wall). Potential artwork may consist of graffiti art, however, we are open to other painted art. Images or designs must be flat as climbing holds may be placed around or on top of the image. Additionally, the art will need to be durable and amenable to a clear surface coating (in order to protect and maintain the surface). 

The art may be created partially or completely on site, starting as early as January 15, 2018. While the birch panels are removable, the 3D nature of the site may lend itself better to on site visualization and artistic application. 

Proposal Requirements

Proposals must include: 
• A sketch, drawing, rendering, or photograph of the proposed artwork
• Information on the scale of the artwork
• An artist’s statement about the work, and its conceptual foundation
• The artist’s resume, including year and program of study (if applicable)
• The names and phone numbers of two references who can speak to the artist’s professionalism, quality of work, and ability to meet deadlines.
• Artworks DO NOT need to be created specifically for this proposal—works created previously for class work or personal use are acceptable for submission.
• Proposals should not be longer than three (3) pages, not inclusive of the resume(s).
• Proposals may be submitted by a current University of Alberta student or alumnus, but is not limited to such.

Renumeration

Artists will receive $500.00 to $750.00 for the art created, depending on scale, creativity and impressiveness of design. 
• $250.00 will be delivered upon receiving the commission
• The remainder will be delivered upon completion of the project.
• This sum of money is inclusive of the cost of materials, manufacturing, and any transportation costs.

Proposal Delivery

Pre-Proposal Meetings (optional)
Pre-Proposal Meetings for parties interested in submitting a proposal will be held on an individual basis, by appointment only, during the period from December 11, 2017 to January 14, 2018. Interested parties will be shown the actual climbing space for the artwork and they will then have the opportunity to ask questions regarding any proposal requirements. Interested parties should make appointments for this meeting with, or direct any questions concerning this process to, Stanley Chan at 780-235-8778 or stanley.chan@ualberta.ca.

Proposal

• Deadline for proposal submissions is January 14, 2018 at 11:59pm. 
• Proposals and questions can be directed to: Stanley Chan, Email:stanley.chan@ualberta.ca
• Electronic submissions to the email address listed above are strongly preferred. All electronic documents should be submitted in portable document format (.pdf).

Evaluation

Proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria: 
60% Creativity and originality of work proposed
35% Logistical feasibility of design
5% Reference review
We reserve the right to accept none of the submitted proposals, or to extend the deadline for submissions if deemed necessary.

Commission

After evaluation of proposals, successful applicants will be contacted. Upon acceptance of the contract, the applicant will have until March 10th, 2018 to complete the project.

Estimated Compensation: $500

Application Deadline: 1/14/2018

Design Intern

Client, Employer, or Organization: Room B Design

Name of Contact: Michael Peel

Email: info@roomb.ca

Website: http://www.roomb.ca

Job Title: Design Intern

Job or Opportunity Description: Room B is a Canadian furniture design and manufacturing company located in Calgary, Alberta. Since 2010, Room B has been creating high-quality products for the home and contract markets. 

Room B provides clean and modern design that is built domestically and can fit into a variety of environments. We believe good design is all-encompassing, and we strive to create products which are aesthetically pleasing, practical, affordable, and environmentally responsible. 

We’re looking for an Industrial Design intern to head a new design project. This position involves research, concept development, design execution, and will have opportunities to transition into a permanent position. Our ideal candidate is highly motivated, flexible, meticulous, and has a passion for design.

Full Time (40-50 hours/week)
Competitive compensation based on relevant experience and education.

Responsibilities:
- Design research on market trends and competitors
- Communicate ideation and process through sketching and 3D modeling
- Create fully detailed parametric 3D models with Solidworks Professional
- Create full manufacturing packages for internal and vendor manufacturing
- Create fully detailed 2D technical drawings using Solidworks Professional
- Creating internal file and part management processes using Solidworks Professional and PDM Standard
- Working independently and collaboratively with a design team
- Assisting senior staff with other projects
- Project management
- Prototyping and testing

Skills required:
- Proficiency with Solidworks Professional and PDM
- Experience creating manufacturing packages, including drawings, CAM output, bill of materials, etc.
- Experience creating technical drawings for manufactured parts
- Comprehensive knowledge of BOM structure and change control processes
- High competency with dimensioning and tolerancing of parts and assemblies
- Experience organizing and maintaining part numbering sequences and revisions.
- Demonstrate strong attention to detail
- General understanding of furniture manufacturing process
- Familiarity with woodworking tools and machinery is an asset
- Problem-solving skills
- Experience with ergonomics and human factors
- Computer knowledge of Windows, Office, Outlook
- Proficiency in Adobe Design Suite is an asset
- Rendering experience is an asset (Keyshot + 3DS Max)
- Minimum Class 5 driver’s license

Experience:
Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree, or Master’s Degree in Industrial Design, Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent fields of study.

Application Deadline: 12/15/2017

Digital Communications Specialist

Client, Employer, or Organization: Inside Education

Name of Contact: Chloe Wiun

Email: cwiun@insideeducation.ca

Website: www.insideeducation.ca

Job Title: Digital Communications Specialist

Job or Opportunity Description:  The Digital Communications Specialist will ensure Inside Education’s environmental education resources are produced in a professional manner, promotes a positive online image and helps engage and connect teachers to Inside Education's programs and services. This role reports to the Communications Coordinator, and is responsible for the following:

1. Visual Communications: Working with the Communications Coordinator, coordinating the production of promotional materials and classroom resources. This will involve layout and design in a Mac-environment as well as working with certain contractors and printers.

2. Website Management: Making regular updates and improvements to Inside Education’s online environmental education web presence and our sister program websites. Inside Education uses the WordPress CMS.

3. Marketing and Promotions: Assist with the development of our electronic teacher newsletter. Working with meaningful metrics, tracking success of promotional efforts (eg. Google Analytics, formal/informal audience surveys)

4. Social Media: Assisting with content for social media accounts (eg. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vimeo) Managing digital assets inventory (photos, impact stories, logos, artwork)

5. Partner/Donor Relations: Designing stakeholder reports and Society Annual Report. Designing the quarterly e-newsletter, Inside Edge. Designing partner recognition/appreciation materials.

This position will be partially funded by the Government of Canada’s Green Corps program. As such, all applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident or granted official refugee status
  • 18 -30 years of age • Un/under employed and not receiving employment insurance
  • Have not participated in any government-funded youth program within 1 year

Estimated Compensation: Compensation Salary for this position will be $26.25 per hour based on a 30 hour work week.

Application Deadline: Friday, December 1, 2017

To find out more and apply

 

 

 

3D Design Intern at John Fluevog Shoes

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

John Fluevog Shoes is looking for a full time 3D Design Intern from February 1st, 2018 to July 31st, 2018. Office Hours are 10am – 6pm (Monday-Friday), paid at minimum wage.

As an intern, you will gain valuable insight into the world of footwear design, development and manufacturing.

Ideal candidates for the internship are Canadian residents over the age of 19 and have previous experience working in 3D design such as industrial design or architecture. You must have an interest in fashion and a keen sense of three dimensional form. Current students and graduates from design programs will also be considered.

3D Intern Responsibilities

• Assisting with 3D modelling tasks, preparing files for 3D printing,

adjusting existing 3D files, organizing files

• Operation of 3D printer and 3D scanner, cleaning equipment and

handling prototypes

• Handling and organizing shipments

• Preparing technical documents and drawings

• Photographing and cataloguing samples

• Assisting with various Design Department tasks as required

• 3D tasks may include but are not limited to heels, soles, lasts,

hardware, accessories, car parts, boat parts, and store elements

Requirements

• Strong proficiency in Rhinoceros 3D, 3D rendering software (such as

Keyshot), Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and Microsoft Office

• Experience with digital fabrication including 3D printing

• Ability to translate two dimensional drawings to three dimensional

models and vice versa

• Excellent organizational and time management skills

• Must have the ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently

• Able to work full-time during the internship

• Ability to be creative on a tight deadline

• Technically savvy and quick to grasp new skills and software

• Legal to work in Canada without sponsorship from the company

• Creative, positive and proactive

• Must have good written and verbal communication skills

• Experience in photography, including editing/taking pictures

• Experience in fashion or footwear is a plus

MORE INFO & APPLICATION DETAILS

DEADLINE: January 1, 2018

Digital Illustration and Movie Editing

Client, Employer, or Organization: Interface Fluidics

Name of Contact: Tom de Haas

Email: tom.d@interfacefluidics.com

Website: www.interfacefluidics.com

Job or Opportunity Description: 

I am with Interface Fluidics. We are a startup company in the NINT building on U of A campus. Our company is focused on high-temperature, high-pressure fluid analysis for the chemical and oil and gas industries. We are a team of engineers and technicians who are awesome at engineering and running tests, but not so great at generating marketing material. www.interfacefluidics.com

We are looking for a person to help us generate digital graphics to post online as part of blog-posts and other marketing material. Typically these would be sketches of industrial processes, experimental setups, or illustrative process flow diagrams. I have included a few examples of the types of images we are looking to make. These images would likely be made in Adobe Illustrator. We will provide all the technical guidance, we just need someone skilled in making vector graphics.

The pay for this position would be $20/hr and the number of hours would vary depending on the material that we require. We would like to see a portfolio of digital artwork that the applicant has made (does not have to be technical illustrations). 

We are also looking for a person to help with editing and directing short technical videos for our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0c4TOeDtg5k-IG6uwHVbJg). We will provide all the video recording equipment that is needed, but the applicant would need to have their own computer for editing. For this position, we would like to see other videos that the applicant has made. This position would also pay $20 per hour and the number of hours would be subject to our needs.

This would be a good chance to get some experience working on marketing material for a high-tech startup and we are located on campus which makes getting to our office easy.

Please have applicants send their resume and a link to their portfolios to info@interfacefluidics.com

Volunteer Website Update and Maintenance

Client, Employer, or Organization: International Festival of Winter Cinema

Name of Contact: Tina Gill

Email: ifwintercinema@gmail.com

Website: http://www.ifwc.ca

Job or Opportunity Description: The International Festival of Winter Cinema, Edmonton’s newest community film festival, happening on February 10, 2018 and organized by FAVA Producer member Adam Bentley, is looking for a design student to maintain a website, and eventually design a promo poster. The position would be volunteer with the expectation that if the event is a success and we receive grants for future festivals, it will become a paid position in the future. If interested, please contact Tina Gill at the attached e-mail address. Note that we would provide you with content for inspiration.

Innovation Designer (Early Career)

Client, Employer, or Organization: The Moment

Website: http://themoment.is/

Job Title: Innovation Designer (Early Career)

Job or Opportunity Description:  Here at The Moment, we need people with specialized talent who also want to stretch and grow their design capability. At The Moment, we create opportunities for designers to shine on end-to-end projects -- showing off their expertise and teaching others. We also create opportunities for designers to stretch their practice in new directions. This serves our clients well; each team is a multi-disciplinary design team with honed practice and fresh eyes on their business challenges.

Our clients engage us from discovery to deployment, requiring expertise in design research, service design, innovation strategy, foresight, and a host of other design capabilities. 

Application Deadline: November 5, 2017

Application: https://jobs.lever.co/themoment/7d994abf-60fe-4b48-bc79-4011e29f03dd

Call to Edmonton Artists

Client, Employer, or Organization: Edmonton Arts Council

Name of Contact: Eva Marie Clarke

Email: emclarke@edmontonarts.ca

Phone Number: 7804242787 extension 235

Website: http://edmontonarts.ca

Job Title: Call to Edmonton Artists : Rossdale Pocket Park (RFP)

Job or Opportunity Description: The Rossdale Pocket Park public art competition, open to professional artists residing in Edmonton and area, is held in accordance with the City of Edmonton policy "Percent for Art to Provide and Encourage Art in Public Areas" (C458C).

The Edmonton Arts Council, on behalf of the City of Edmonton, seeks an artist or artist team to create an outdoor sculptural installation for the Rossdale Pocket Park. The artwork can be existing, in as new condition, or a new creation. The sculpture(s) should be of intimate scale to suit the park's setting.

The Rossdale Park Project expands the existing Rossdale Linear park using land that is part of the fenced property surrounding Fire Station 21. The revitalized park will offer an inviting, usable, and safe space to the public.

The artwork(s) will be sited in the park's northwest corner. Two to four potential sites will be available. Artwork(s) will be placed on brick plinths.

Budget:
$23,000.00 CAD (maximum, all inclusive)

Deadline for Submissions:
4:30 pm MST on Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Installation:
Early Fall 2018

For more information, or if you have questions, please email Grace Law, Public Art Officer - glaw@edmontonarts.ca - or call 780.424.2787 extension 230.

Visit https://publicart.edmontonarts.ca/static_media/pdfs/files/publicart/artcalls/RFP_Rossdale_Pocket_Park.pdf to download the Call

The Edmonton Arts Council will hold an Information Session on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 in the Lestock Lounge on the 2nd floor of the Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre. RSVP to glaw@edmontonarts.ca by Monday, October 23 - the event will be cancelled if there is low response.

The Edmonton Arts Council is committed to equity in all aspects of its work, and invites proposals from all potentially interested individuals.

Estimated Compensation: $23000

Application Deadline: 11/22/2017

Director of Design

Client, Employer, or Organization: U of A Human Resource Management Association (UAHRMA)

Name of Contact: Kamille Lim

Email: kflim@ualberta.ca 

Website: https://www.uahrmaonline.ca/

Job Title: Director of Design

Job or Opportunity Description: The U of A Human Resource Management Association (UAHRMA), a club in the Faculty of Business is looking for a Director of Design.

The director of design position will primarily take care of all UAHRMA related marketing designs such as posters, videos and website.