Social Media Intern - Summer 2016

Bookmark This
Sir Isaac
81 Washington Street
Salem, MA
Posted: May 27 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

Apply
Login or Sign Up to apply.

Always be on the alert for potentially fraudulent job postings online - never send money to a potential employer.

Report potential scams Go to Trust and Safety Center

Description

Reporting to the Social Media Manager and working directly with clients, the Social Media Intern will help manage communications for an awesome nonprofit and two other clients.



WHO WE ARE:
Sir Isaac is full-service creative agency, named after a dead physicist. We're very much alive, and we have the courage to move brands forward. We're here stir things up. We have great clients, great people and great partners. To learn more about how we work and all the cool stuff we're doing, visit sirisaac.com.



HOW YOU CAN APPLY:
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and portfolio link to jobs@sirisaac.com. Subject line: Social Media Intern

Responsibilities

RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Manage social media for the client, including drafting monthly social calendars

- Assist in blog posting and curation

- Work with the client and agency to come up with marketing and advertising ideas

- Assist with any fundraising needs and event planning

Requirements

WHO YOU ARE:
You're proactive, a team player and eager to work in a fast-paced small agency. You are currently enrolled in a college or university and can receive college credit for this internship. You follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and have ideas on how we can be better, too. Adobe Creative Suite, Photography or video production experience is a plus.

Skills

Required - Social Media, Blogging, Blog Management, Writing
Preferred - Public Relations, Social Media Advertising, Adobe Creative Suite, Nonprofits

How To Apply

Apply
Login or Sign Up to apply.
 

Always be on the alert for potentially fraudulent job postings online - never send money to a potential employer.

Report potential scams Go to Trust and Safety Center