Public Relations Intern

internship - full time, paid

Rosecomm
Hoboken, NJ
Closed
Posted 54 Days ago
Rosecomm
Hoboken, NJ
internship - full time, paid
Posted 54 Days ago
Closed

Description

Public Relations Internship RoseComm - Hoboken, NJ 6 hours agoFull-timeEstimated: $22,000 - $33,000 a year Education * Bachelor's Degree Were looking for a paid intern or entry-level team member to join our boutique communications agency in Hoboken, NJ. This individual will work on the execution of strategies involving traditional public relations and social media, as well as content marketing. Responsibilities to include content creation, media/blogger research and outreach, social media execution (paid and organic), news monitoring, target list development, campaign tracking and administrative support on key accounts. Our work ranges from nimble start-ups creating categories of business to well-established brands exploring new opportunities. We also handle a few high-profile non-profit campaigns. The person who joins our team will have a chance to help launch companies, introduce new products/services, build brands and effect social change. This is a full-time, 90-day assignment with the potential for ongoing work. Candidates must have completed or are near completing a bachelors degree in a relevant field, a strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit. We're looking for a self-starter who has the ability to multi-task and an appetite for pushing creative boundaries. Internship experience in an agency setting is strongly preferred, but not required. RoseComm is an at-will, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate. Check out our work at www.rosecomm.com. Job Types: Full-time, Temporary Experience: * Agency internships preferred: 1 year (Preferred) Work Location: * One location

Skills

social media, public relations, web content, creativity, content marketing, campaigns, news, content creation, research, start-ups, product launch, work ethic, business, education, cooking

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