Wechat Marketing Intern

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Cybertegic
17800 Castleton Street STE 638
Industry, CA
Posted: January 25 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Cybertegic is looking for a current college students that is fluent in Mandarin Chinese to fulfill an open internship position. An internship with Cybertegic is a hands-on marketing experience - you will work closely our in-house marketing team to develop and execute new marketing strategies targeting the growing Asian market:
Online​ and ​Offline
Social media
Research​ ​
​Master ​new channels

Responsibilities

Consistently post and reply to Chinese social networks
Research trending topics
Translate articles and posts
Reach out/communicate with Chinese organizations
Analyze the current alternative marketing channels
Develop marketing initiatives for Asian markets
Suggest new channels
Develop marketing strategy for the new channels
Present findings and conclusions to marketing team
Assist marketing with current programs
An ideal candidate will be responsible, manage their time well and be able to work independently as well as with the team.

Requirements

Requirements:

Strong written and oral communication skills in both English and Chinese
Must speak fluent Mandarin Chinese
Have been studying in the U.S. for >1 year
Strong understanding of Chinese and U.S. culture
Must be familiar with Weibo or WeChat
Additional qualifications:

Passion for digital marketing
Heavy user of WeChat or Weibo
Familiarity with Photoshop or at least one photo editing software
Education: Undergraduates and graduates working toward a degree in marketing, communications, business, or related field.

Skills

Required - Writing
Preferred - Mandarin Chinese

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