Marketing Interns work within digital marketing or general marketing teams. They are generally junior marketers with aspirations to learn, progress and excel by learning from senior colleagues and providing valued support and assistance. A Marketing Intern normally works under the supervision of a marketing professional, drafting proposals, helping with event organization, and working on trend research projects.
Marketing Intern Job Description Template
We are pleased to be recruiting a Marketing Intern with the aptitude and commitment to learn exceptional marketing skills from our established team. Our ideal candidate will be motivated, enthusiastic, and keen to build toward a marketing career, with mentoring and support from our capable managers.
The ideal candidate will be confident in communication and have strong organizational and scheduling abilities, with a good understanding of social media and marketing fundamentals as a baseline for progression. This role involves assisting with preparing presentations, monitoring social media platforms, and conducting analysis projects.
Marketing Intern Responsibilities:
- Support the digital marketing and marketing team with general administrative and support duties such as planning events, hosting partners, and presenting ideas for discussion around new campaigns and promotions.
- Monitor the brand’s social media platforms to extract informative metrics around feedback, interests, and engagement and propose ideas to inform future planning.
- Conduct market research tasks to uncover new trends and opportunities.
- Help design new social campaigns and present to colleagues for collaborative feedback.
- Create presentations and promotional scoping slides for discussion at marketing meetings.
- Help with mock-up design and drafts for email marketing campaigns and social media content.
Marketing Intern Requirements and Skills:
- Either a qualification or ongoing enrollment in a course at undergraduate level based around marketing, digital marketing, business communications, or another relevant field.
- A good understanding of marketing best practices, social media platforms, and software systems used to create presentations and extract reports.
- Familiarity with marketing trends and how trend monitoring informs marketing strategy and campaign development.
- Excellent communication skills, written and verbal, with the confidence to engage with senior marketing colleagues and campaign designers to ask questions, provide input, and share research metrics.
- An enthusiastic, passionate nature and the capacity to grow and learn new skills while multitasking around varied administrative duties.