Updated: January, 2020
Zak Group is a creative studio founded in London in 2005. We use graphic design, architecture, technology and visual art to give shape to contemporary visual culture for commercial and cultural clients. We are a multi-disciplinary studio that works across lanes on projects of varying scales for audiences of all types. Zak Group is currently Annika Thiems, Asel Tambay, Julie Kim, Teo Furtado and Zak Kyes. Past team members are listed here.
A three-month internship is available at Zak Group for recent graduates in the field of graphic design. This position will provide exposure to a wide range of multi-disciplinary design projects. Successful applicants are expected to commit full-time for twelve weeks, with a probationary period in the initial four weeks.
Internships are available during the following periods:
All internships are paid the London Living Wage or through an equivalently funded independent scholarship obtained by the applicant. Zak Group does not accept offers for unpaid internships. Applicants must be UK work eligible.
Submit a CV and portfolio as two separate PDFs below and fill out our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. In your covering letter please ensure you have specified your period of availability, any independent scholarships you have received for an internship, and your eligibility to work in the UK. We encourage you to be concise and express clearly why you belong at Zak Group. Please name each file with your full name (i.e. “FirstnameSurname_CV.pdf,” “FirstnameSurname_Portfolio.pdf”).
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
The information we ask you to provide via the Equal Opportunities Form is “sensitive personal data” and requires your explicit consent before we can process it. This information will be processed for monitoring purposes to assess the effectiveness of our equal opportunities and diversity efforts. This information will not be seen by the interview panel or used in any way for the purposes of selection. Any data from this form will only be used in an anonymised form (so you cannot be identified from it) and are only shared within relevant internal functions.