A position at HBI might be for you if...

  • You are a doer, not just a planner or an idea generator. You can #GSD (like, hardcore).

  • You live in or around the Kansas City, Metro area.

  • You enjoy working in a creative, collaborative and fun environment.

  • You are self motivated. You don't need someone lurking over your shoulder or constantly reminding you to do something.

  • You are super organized...maybe even a little OCD, yet laid back (AKA able to go with the flow). We're looking for a unicorn here!

  • You have high energy and passion for doing cool sh*t.

  • You can bring something unique to the table. You're not just an "Average Joe". You can prove you have unique talent and/or knowledge and can't wait to share that with people who care (aka Hello Big Idea and our clients).

  • You like coffee and/or beer.

  • You are really good at figuring things out. Your Google history is filled with things like... "how to setup multiple artboards in Illustrator" or "how to remove super glue from your hands". (That's seriously our last Google search. No lie.)

We’re intern hunting for Spring 2019.

Looking for:

  • A creative college-aged student

  • Someone who’s currently working towards (or just received!) a degree in design

  • A go-getter who wants to learn, with the understanding this may entail “grunt work”

  • Someone with high understanding of a variety of social media platforms beyond just a personal level

  • Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

  • Bonus if there is a knowledge or background with Squarespace.


Our intern program has two steps!

Step one is 8 weeks long and requires 15-20 hours a week. This initial 8 week period is unpaid. Think of this as the introductory phase. It requires mostly in-office work but may entail a little working from home. Working hours are flexible for class schedules but will mostly happen between 8am and 6pm, Monday through Friday.

After a little evaluation, we’ll determine if we head into step two! This step is 10 weeks long and requires 20-30 hours a week. And best of all, step two pays an hourly rate.

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