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Sweet Baby Jason! it's a Internship job

Collier.Simon is looking for an Intern Social Media Marketing in Los Angeles, CA, USA.


Collier.Simon is looking for a Social Media Marketing Intern with a passion for social media, social media engagement, and content creation. The ideal candidate is resourceful and can problem-solve independently. You have a keen eye for social media trends and best practices and (hopefully) have experience managing and growing social media channels. The person in this position will be exposed to and learn all aspects of social media marketing for a variety of clients, including community engagement via social media, influencer relations, and social e-commerce. The intern's duties will include, but is not limited to, assistance in content creation, micro-influencer outreach, Instagram story creation, and assisting in day to day task support to the Social Media Manager and Brand Manager.

Desired Qualifications:
0-2 years of experience in social media or other relevant experience
Preferred area of study: Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations, or Communications
Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks while meeting deadlines
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong attention to detail
A self-starter that enjoys trying new things and researching best practices/new trends to grow social communities

Applicants must be located in Los Angeles.
Paid internship – $13.00 /hr + college credit (if applicable).
Part-Time: Hours can be customized to work with your schedule, but 15-20 hours/ week is ideal.

HOW TO APPLY: Email your resume and a short intro to Kar'Lei Tan at ktan@colliersimon.com.

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Copywriting, Social Media Strategy

Date Posted

September 9, 2019

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