Social Media Management Intern at The Starving Artists Project (celebrity press events)

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MJB Studios
6111 Warner Dr.
Los Angeles, CA
Posted: June 15 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

At the Starving Artists Project we photograph celebrity events and portraits for Getty Images. We are looking for someone who desires to learn the ropes of social media management by assisting us with management of our facebook, twitter and instagram. We will be looking for assistance on our photo shoot days (every other Wednesday) as well as daily management and oversight (can be done from home). You will be dealing directly with celebrities, corporate clients, fashion brands and much more. We are looking for someone who will benefit from networking and making career long contact and building relationships. If you are interested please email or call our producer Tasia Wells at rockwellsarts@gmail.com or (949) 903-4539 for more details. You can check out more about us at www.TheStarvingArtistsProject.com. You can also check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thestarvingartistsproject or on instagram at @thestarvingartistsproject

Responsibilities

Posting to our social media outlets (facebook, twitter, instagram) during our press events as well as as managing our social media pages in between events.

Requirements

You must have good people skills and access to social media forums (via computer or smart phone). We are located near LACMA so living in Los Angeles is a plus. You may also do some of the work from home. You will need to agree not to disclose private celebrity information.

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