Ecommerce/Marketing Internship

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Gramicci
28632 Roadside Dr. Suite 150
Agoura Hills, CA
Posted: December 08 2014
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Gramicci is a 33-year-old outdoor lifestyle apparel company located in Agoura Hills, CA. We are seeking a hard-working, creative-thinking, marketing and e-commerce-savvy team player.

As the E-Commerce/Marketing Intern, you will be working with the marketing team to review and execute detailed strategy, scope and implementation plans for projects that directly impact our company’s and customers’ online experiences. You will assist in the creation and planning of digital marketing content and assets on the company websites; this includes the social, mobile, search (internal and external), email and partner promotional based programs.

We’re looking for someone who is driven, can think outside of the box, and has the ability to handle multiple projects at once.

Responsibilities

Working with the design, marketing and operations team to review and execute strategies.

Filling, organizing, data entry, market research, graphic design, edit photos, copy writing, blogging, posting on social sites.

Requirements

Adobe Creative Suite skills and Microsoft Office skills are a must have.

Magento experience, CSS, HTML, Product/Lifestyle Photography and Final Cut Pro and/or other video editing skills are a plus

Skills

Required - B2C marketing, B2B Marketing, Online Social Networking, Blogging, Microsoft Office Applications, Graphic Design
Preferred - Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Final Cut Pro, HTML + CSS

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