June 9, 2009 14:44

Want to work for NME?

If so, our picture desk needs you

Want to work for NME?
NME's picture desk is offering an ambitious art student the chance to work with the best rock 'n' roll photography there is.

We're looking for a full-time student who is on an art or photography-based degree to work as a summer intern three days a week in NME's office in London.

The placement is available between July and September.

The ideal applicant will have a keen interest in photography and in how a picture desk works. The placement will enable the successful applicant to learn how a magazine photo department works, but not to shoot for the magazine (although opportunities may arise to assist on shoots).

To apply, email your CV to nmepicdesk@ipcmedia.com with Intern in the subject heading by June 23.

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