Careers

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Popcorn & Ice Cream is a small business serving the needs of small businesses. We are passionate about being smart for our clients and love that great ideas come from all members of our team. Everyone on our team participates in high-level strategic planning, works on executing client programs and supports administrative tasks. There is no work above your pay grade or beneath you. Being on our team offers deep exposure to all aspects of marketing campaigns – an opportunity unique to working in a small firm on multiple client projects.

We recognize great minds aren’t all local to the Washington, DC area (though we are partial to those around the Beltway). Our extended team resides worldwide and collaborates across the miles via phone, email and Skype.

We’re always on the lookout for great new talent. If you have a passion for small business, a commitment to great service, and are proud of your excellent grammar, please get in touch.

Current Openings

Marketing and Design Intern

Popcorn & Ice Cream, a small business marketing consultancy located in NW Washington, DC seeks a part-time marketing and graphic design intern to support myriad tasks for the company, clients and our founder. This is a paid position based in our Washington, DC office located in Friendship Heights and requires approximately 10-15 hours/week.

Work may include, but is not limited to:

Requirements:

Want to join our team? Please send us a note with your resume and link to your online portfolio (or attach five (5) samples of your design work). In your email, please provide details about your interest in and experience with small businesses, as well as what excites you about this position. Really tell us about yourself and what you bring to the table, as well as how this job would support your career goals.

While we had a year of experience, we were really looking to focus our marketing efforts and refine our business strategy. Popcorn & Ice Cream helped us channel our ideas, define our brand, and put in motion a plan for long-term success.

Amy Whiteman, Owner, The Itty-Bitty Cake Company