Prophet

Design Internship

Based: London
Level: Intern
Salary: Undisclosed
Contract: Internship
Applications Close: 06 September 2018
Website: prophet.com
Job Listing Added: 08 August 2018

Who we are


Prophet is a consultancy that helps clients find better ways to grow. What makes us different is our ability to uncover the underlying needs and motivations of customers and translate those insights into better ideas. Our unique team of thinkers, makers, and doers work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary way to bridge the gap between strategy and execution.


Who we’re looking for


Our ideal candidate is a passionate and proactive graduate with a conceptual mind and the design skills to demonstrate their ideas. They should come to work with a flexible ‘can do’ attitude, and show a willingness to learn new skills. A strong desire to get stuck in, meet new people and become part of the team is essential but most importantly they should have fun while doing so.


This is a hands-on opportunity to work alongside other Creatives and Strategists working on a wide range of branding related briefs and projects.


Throughout your internship, you will receive regular mentoring and coaching from members of the design team to make your experience as valuable as it can be.


What’s in it for them?


Prophet is a very smart, multi-disciplinary brand strategy consultancy made up of more than 300 people (60+ in London, the rest are spread across our other offices in NYC, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Zurich and Berlin). We’re made up of strategists, designers, innovators, digital experts, analysts, insights specialists, writers, and senior people who have run their own agencies and consultancies, or marketing operations client-side, and now win and lead projects and accounts as partners.


We’re doing some great work. We redeveloped the global Electrolux brand, and developed new identities for Samsung Galaxy, AEG, Formula E plus many more. When we pitch, we pitch against – and beat – the likes of Interbrand, Landor, Futurebrand, The Partners, Saffron – the usual suspects – as well as the blue-chip brand strategy outfits such as McKinsey, BCG and Bain.

How to Apply

Please email Matthew Zbieranowski ([email protected]) with a few sentences explaining why you think you are a good fit for this role, along with a PDF of your CV and portfolio (maximum 10mb).