March 16, 2020

We’re Looking for a Production Intern

Job Description:
We’re looking for a production intern to help in support of various branding and production initiatives across our agency. We’re looking for someone who wants to gain experience across departments and is interested in growing into a project management / client service / producer role in the future.

Start and end date are flexible
30-40 hours per week
Hourly pay

This Internship is Right for You If:
-You’re passionate and curious about advertising and marketing
-You’re a multitasker and consider yourself detail oriented and organized
-You work efficiently and take initiative
-You have the ability to adapt to the project at hand and shift gears as needed on a day-to-day basis
-You have professional communication skills
-You’re comfortable speaking up for your ideas and collaborating with a team
-You are seeking a multidisciplinary position
-You have experience with coordinating, scheduling and administrative duties

This is Not Right for You If:
-You don’t want to work in advertising
-You don’t feel comfortable working in a fast-paced environment or with cross-functional teams

To Apply:
Please send the following:
-A cover letter
-Your resumé and/or portfolio
-Any passion projects (blogs, films, etc.) or links that show your skills

If interested, please reach out to Stacy@superhuman.agency

About Superhuman:
Superhuman is a strategic and creative agency in Uptown, Minneapolis. We’re a small team with a high-bar for quality. We work in a casual, stimulating environment, and we like to laugh a lot and eat ramen together at least once a week.

2 Responses

  1. Bronwen Eide says:

    Is there any preferable formit for the application documents?

    Thank you,Bronwen

    • Stacy Kuhlmann says:

      Hi there – any format is fine. Please attach resume, cover letter and any supplementary materials to your email to

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