Entry-level PR/Marketer - get your Public Relations game on

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Description

We are a startup creating an app which connects users to dating coaches who provide answers to dating problems in real-time chat on mobile 24/7.

App will be launched for iPhone and Android early Jan 2016. Initial launch will be in the US market with other markets to follow.

We welcome an entry-level PR/marketer to come onboard and assist in our PR strategy leading up to launch.

You will have the opportunity to work alongside a seasoned marketer/serial entrepreneur with over 20 years experience across a broad range of industries including manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, real estate, media/marketing and technology.

The internship will run for 3 months with a minimum commitment of 10 hours per week. The position is virtual through chat, email and skype calls. We are flexible with how you allocate your hours throughout the week.

At completion of the internship a more permanent, paid position may be offered (full-time/part-time) if there is a fit.

Responsibilities

We have a few ideas on angles and stories to be written up about the app and founders.

You will assist in:
-researching possible angles
-prioritizing angles based on reach and bang for buck
-writing up articles and media releases
-finding appropriate media/distribution channels and making contact to have stories picked up

You will also have the opportunity to put your PR skills to the real test by creating your own angles and stories.

Requirements

- Excellent research skills.
- Attention to detail.
- Clear and concise writing skills which inform, and move the reader to take action.
- Not afraid to push the boundaries.
- A 'let's give it a go’ attitude.

Tools, wits, constructive critique and guidance will be provided.

Want in? Click the 'Apply' button below today and let's have a chat :)

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