Social Media and Marketing Intern – APPLY TODAY

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Are you the person we seek? Can you offer assistance with the digital media and marketing projects at Zoellner Arts Center? We have an internship that supports arts@Lehigh, the information agency that promotes what’s happening in the arts on campus and in the local community. Chance of a lifetimeHonestly, this is one of the most fun jobs you’ll ever have. You’d be missing out on a chance of a lifetime if you didn’t apply.

The position is a non-paid, part-time internship and can be credit based with a time commitment of 15 hours per week. It could also be available for work study for 10 hours per week. We even have more than one position available. We’re flexible like that.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Assist in the creation and implementation of marketing strategy and tactics for an assortment of programs and activities in the Zoellner Arts Center, including but not limited to Guest Artist series, Notations, Film Series, Music Department, Department of Theatre, LUArt Galleries, Art Architecture and Design Department, and multiple student clubs and groups. What? You thought the arts weren’t a big deal at Lehigh? Come join the team and learn how amazing they are! If you don’t know how to do these tasks:

  • Perform social media market research – and share your insights.
  • Collect and analyze marketing data to develop and adjust marketing plans – because we know your perspective has more value to add than just ours alone.
  • Assist in the creation of social media activity reports – we like gifs.
  • Maintain good client relations through professionalism in all functions of customer service. Just take cues from us. We’re always professional – even when we answer the phone after taking a bite of a thick peanut butter sandwich.
  • Contribute to arts@Lehigh, blogs (yup, we have a couple), Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, YouTube Channel, and Twitter pages. Maybe even a little YikYak. Are you Red Canoe?
  • Perform other duties as requested – We promise you won’t need to get coffee, or hang our coats. We’re not Miranda Priestly, or anything. images-1
  • We may ask you to comment on our wardrobe if we are trying too hard to be nerdy hipster cool.

… we’ll teach you how through practical application. We don’t just read about it – we do it!

Have a clear understanding (or learn quickly) and be able to work in the following digital and marketing channels defined as:

  • Mobile Applications
  • Content Creation/Management
  • Advertising
  • Social Media
  • Video
  • Special Events
  • Branding

QUALIFICATIONS, ATTRIBUTES & EXPERIENCE:

  • College student majoring in marketing, advertising or communications desired, but not required. We’re more interested in your passion. Credentials may get you the job, but determination and grit will help you keep it.
  • Familiarity with all aspects of social media – beyond posting about what you ate for lunch. We are foodies, though.
  • Detail oriented with the ability to multi-task. Meaning, know you have multiple things to do – but not expected to do them all at the same time with both hands while on a bicycle
  • Strong writing and speaking skills
  • Ability to communicate and maintain a professional demeanor – that means deliver what you promised – or let us know early if you misjudged your ability to time travel.
  • Strong work ethic and positive attitude
  • Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator skills would rock our world
  • Highly organized and task oriented. Don’t just tell us. Show us.
  • Excellent critical thinking skills
  • Imagination
  • Sense of wonder
  • Sensible dot connecting – that means, making smart connections between people, places, and things
  • Willingness to learn explore and appreciate that the finer things in life are not always things you can hold in your hands
  • Desire to be a part of something greater

Please send resumes and cover letter to:

Silagh White

Director of Arts Engagement and Community Cultural Affairs.

Siw205@lehigh.edu

@Silagh would work, too. Pick your platform. See if you can find me. Hint: it’s not a bird exactly.

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