Interns interested in acquiring practical skills in digital marketing and social media management are invited to join Solstice Blends on a four-to-six month part-time internship. Candidates will work on online campaigns and online shop development for coffee-free lattes. The deadline is on 1 December 2020.
Apply for Social Media Internship in Spain
Social Media Internship in Spain: Solstice Blends is a Dutch plant-based brand on a mission to help people eat more plants.
Their focus is on formulating and perfecting a range of plant-based functional beverages infused with medicinal plants, superfoods and tonic herbs.
The company is using ancient healing recipes from Ayuveda, Mayan, Amazonian and other indigenous cultures, and their main range of products are six functional coffee-free lattes.
The internship will start on 4 January 2021. This is a part-time commitment for the duration of four to six months. Interns will benefit from flexible schedule.
Interns will be responsible for social media and analytics of the company. This will include managing and growing social media channels, monitoring and tracking engagement across all platforms as well as preparing weekly analytics reports on marketing campaigns.
Additionally, you will work with CEO to develop new online website & shop, deliver research that could improve online sales, and set up email marketing campaigns.
The deadline is on 1 December 2020.
Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s in Communications, Business, Marketing or Social Media. At least one-year experience in marketing or social media in B2B environment is mandatory.
An understanding for audience development and growth, interest for Instagram stories, and fluent English are required.
Please provide your CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, and state how your skills, studies or interests can fit and add value to Solstice Blends.
Find out more here.
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