Social Media Intern

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Description

REPORTS TO: Director of Communications & Outreach
TIME COMMITMENT: Minimum 3-month commitment of 10 hours per week. Schedule is flexible.
LOCATION: Santa Monica, CA. Partial telecommuting. Must be able to attend weekly meetings in West LA
COMPENSATION: Volunteer
College credit possible; check with your academic advisor to make arrangements

POSITION OVERVIEW:
The Communications Department shapes the branding, marketing, and communications strategy of the Center. We are looking for a motivated, creative, and enthusiastic intern with strong writing, visual, and organizational abilities to help us spread the word! The intern will gain valuable experience working at an art non-profit, acquiring skills related to creating and sustaining an online audience. This position provides a creative opportunity to understand the relationship between social media and contemporary art.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Build and maintain the Social Media Posting Schedule, which includes performing artist research, gathering information for upcoming events and artists: artist bios, images of artists’ work, crafting posts across social media platforms promoting artists and programming past and present at the Center promoting online audience engagement
Track social media coverage and metrics, creating weekly and monthly reports
Perform other related duties, as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:
Familiar with current social media sites including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Current in social media platforms, tools, and trends
Knowledge and interest of social media practices in the arts
Excellent writing and visual communications skills
Strong attention to detail
Passion for provoking public engagement

*Working knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator a plus*
**Special interest in native Spanish and/or Chinese speakers/writers**

Responsibilities

Build and maintain the Social Media Posting Schedule, which includes performing artist research, gathering information for upcoming events and artists: artist bios, images of artists’ work, crafting posts across social media platforms promoting artists and programming past and present at the Center promoting online audience engagement
Track social media coverage and metrics, creating weekly and monthly reports
Perform other related duties, as assigned.

Requirements

Familiar with current social media sites including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Current in social media platforms, tools, and trends
Knowledge and interest of social media practices in the arts
Excellent writing and visual communications skills
Strong attention to detail
Passion for provoking public engagement

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