Public Relations/Social Media Intern

internship - part time,

Dgmgp
New Orleans, LA
Closed
Posted 92 Days ago
Dgmgp
New Orleans, LA
internship - part time,
Posted 92 Days ago
Closed

Description

PR/ Social Media Intern DGMGP - New Orleans, LA 14 hours agoPart-time$10 - $12 an hour Apply Now Skills * Photography * MailChimp Dont Get Mad Get Paid (DGMGP) helps women to collect unpaid child support through a tech solution. The company soft- launched in December 2018 and is gearing up for the hard launch projected for August 2019. (http://www.dontgetmadgetpaid.com DGMGP is currently hiring a Public Relations/Social Media Intern who will begin work locally and can then work remotely during the summer, if necessary. This public relations intern will be involved in a variety of aspects of marketing and communications. * Pitch story ideas to print, broadcast and digital media Create lists of Influencers, bloggers, etc. relevant to industry * Develop content calendars * Capturing onsite and program content for candid or live social posts during programming and events * Utilize social media and develop strategies for web-based messaging * Updating profiles and pages * Creating profiles and pages across various social media * Uploading content, including videos, photos memes, etc. to social channels using effective tags, handles, links, and hashtags * Creating memes and flyers for social media * Engaging with current and potential audience on all social channels * Creating content consistent with the social media calendar * Creating monthly newsletter on company CRM * Creating reports for audience engagement through analytics * Assist with DGMGP advocacy efforts * Making recommendations, including but not limited to, any or all the following: * hashtags for individual posts * content posting schedule * content related to holidays, hashtags, or current events * paid advertising audiences - Take on assignments as needed. Skills and attributes interns are expected to have: * Experience posting original text, image, and video content on social channels * Experience posting shared content on social channels * Experience with social media from a business or public figures perspective * Ability to follow a brand standards guide for the company * Ability to work autonomously and meet deadlines * Excellent written and verbal communication * Strong editing skills * Creativity * Experience with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube * Experience with digital media software * Google Drive, iCloud, MailChimp and/or Get Response, Slack, Bitly * Experience using hashtags, profile tags, and hyperlinks, etc. * Photography experience is a plus Interns should also have the following: * Access to laptop or handheld device for events, off-site programming, or remote meetings Details: The internship is 10 hours per week for four weeks Job Type: Internship Salary: Commensurate with experience Job Type: Part-time Salary: $10.00 to $12.00 /hour Experience: * CRM: 1 year (Required) * Social Networking: 1 year (Required) * Light Graphic Design (example creating memes and flyers): 1 year (Preferred) Work Location: * Remote/Work from home Overtime often available: * No

Skills

social media, public relations, facebook, editing, event management, marketing communications, advertising, twitter, digital media, photography, broadcasting, video, web content, instagram, youtube

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