push/FOLD is seeking a marketing/graphic design intern to join our team as we gear up for the third annual Union PDX – Festival of Contemporary Dance this November 4-7 at the Hampton Opera Center. This job is remote.
Marketing/Graphic Design Intern Job Responsibilities:
– Working with the Artistic and Managing Directors to create and implement a marketing plan.
– Create copy and designs for social media posts.
– Creating promotional emails via Mail Chimp.
– Assist in the creation of written, video, and image content for marketing channels.
– Measure and report the results of marketing initiatives.
– Assist in the ad design for a variety of marketing campaigns.
– Attend meetings (virtual/in-person) as needed with the Artistic and Managing Directors.
5-10 hours per week.
– Ability to work from home.
– Free monthly manual therapy sessions at Movement Bodywork.
– 2 complimentary tickets to all push/FOLD productions.
– Modest stipend based on credentials and experience.
Marketing/Graphic Design Intern Qualifications/Skills:
– Applied understanding of basic marketing principles
– Familiarity with major social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, etc.)
– Creative problem-solving skills
– Self-starter with ability to work independently
– Comfortable with multitasking in a deadline-driven environment
– Excellent written and verbal communication skills
– Understanding of SEO techniques and best practices
– Basic photography, image and video editing, and graphic design skills
Education and Experience Requirements:
– Bachelor’s degree or currently working towards a bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, or a
– Successful completion of introductory courses in marketing, business, or equivalent
– Proficient in Mail Chimp and sufficient understanding of Instagram algorithms
– Previous experience with the use of Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Premiere Pro) and social
media management tools (Hootsuite, Sprout Social, Later) a plus
Please email email@example.com with your resume, letter of interest, and relevant work samples.