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In the role as a visual designer, the day-to-day tasks will consist of creating visually engaging, innovative and functional products supporting the Training and Development department projects/priorities. One of the key aspects of the role is a thorough understanding of the right balance between business, design and our customers and serving our department’s purpose, business missions and customer needs.
- Establishes the look and feel for various materials, including participant’s guides, presentations, CBTs, job aids and communications.
- Works within guidelines to create layouts that reinforce a training program’s style or voice through its visual touchpoints.
- Designs logos, icons and infographics.
- Designs user-centered interaction models, wireframes or screen mockups.
- Closely collaborates with the Instructional Design group and business teams to solve complex issues, like interaction models and data visualization.
- Creates and organizes production assets.
- Works on email marketing items, presentation materials and interactive event materials.
- Juggles multiple projects while effectively managing timelines and expectations.
This position is hourly nonexempt status, which means you are eligible for overtime pay.
- Pursuing a degree in Graphic Design, Architecture Design, Product Design or related field required.
- Overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or higher) preferred.
- Obtained at least 60 credit hours by the start of summer internship required.
- Graduation dates of August 2020 through May 2023 required.
- Able to work 40 hours per week during the Summer required.
- A understanding of typography, layout and design preferred.
- Proficient in the use of design and development technology; Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator preferred.
- Basic skills in additional Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Outlook, Visio, and Access) preferred.
- Experience with transitions, animation, motion design and dynamic interaction preferred.
- Excellent visual, written and verbal communication skills, along with presentation and negotiation skills preferred.
Please include the following in your resume:
Overall GPA and Major, Expected Graduation Date and a link to your digital portfolio.
Note: Valero’s pre-employment process includes successful completion of a background check, hair analysis drug screen, and pre-employment physical (if applicable).
About the Valero Intern Program
The Valero Intern Program fuels a broader company mission to develop reliable, affordable and sustainable energy through innovation, ingenuity and unmatched execution. When you join Valero, you can expect to work with teams that are inclusive and results-driven while celebrating every employee’s strengths and ideas.
Valero is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected status including sexual orientation, gender identity, Women, Minorities, Individuals with Disabilities and protected Veterans.
Primary Location: US-TX-San Antonio
Req ID: 210017O