Social Media Intern

internship - part time,

Motoza Marketing
Austin, TX
Closed
Posted 87 Days ago
Motoza Marketing
Austin, TX
internship - part time,
Posted 87 Days ago
Closed

Description

Social Media Intern- Part Time (Summer 2019) Motoza Marketing - Austin, TX 18 hours agoPart-timeEstimated: $19,000 - $26,000 a year Apply Now Skills * Digital Marketing * Content Creation * WordPress * Social Media Management Job Description We are looking for an ambitious content/digital marketing intern who can help assist with our internal processes. Want hands-on experience with content creation, social media management, and digital marketing? Are you looking for a great opportunity to contribute and show off your talents? This internship may be suited for you. Job Duties: Assist with internal blog content creation and optimization Assist with Motoza's social media content strategy Help Motoza Team with internal processes and office duties Qualifications Requirements: Majored or are currently majoring in journalism, English, PR, Advertising or a communications degree. Able to tell a story through effective written communication Write effective copy, excelling in correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Experience with WordPress or a blog platform is a plus Commitment of 12-15 hours per week (flexible around exam time, of course) Must be able to commute to and from our office in North Austin. Personal Attributes: Can think outside the box and receptive to constructive criticism Not afraid to ask questions, but willing to think of solutions Additional Information Unpaid Part-Time Internship. We can meet your University's Guidelines for school credit. When applying, please include a cover letter explaining why you would be a fantastic fit for this internship. Please include writing samples as well. No phone calls please, we're a bit busy!

Skills

social media, advertising, digital marketing, writing, wordpress, journalism, content strategy, web content, written communication, social media management, content creation, social media strategy, grammar, sales, english

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