Social Media Intern (Dublin)
We are currently seeking applications for the role of Social Media Intern. Please note that this is a 6 month, unpaid internship.
Wallace Myers International is unlike any other recruitment team. The World Class Model that our recruiters live by is built off a passion for people and a quality for service.
Here at Wallace Myers, interns gain a multitude of experience in communication, consulting, analysis, sales and more. They become experts at guiding people to their goals in the job market and are specialists at finding a perfect match for a company’s needs.
The intern will gain practical experience in marketing, social media, brand development, strategy development and administration. You will receive formal / informal training in the following: administration, content creation for website, social media, marketing materials and research. On completion of the internship, the intern will have attained skills in online and offline marketing, PR, communications and administration.
Your target audience will be clients who would benefit from working with us and candidates who want us to help them get their dream job.
Your main task will be to generate interest in our services through:
Maximising visits to our sites
Managing our social media accounts (including but not limited to): Twitter, Facebook, Google + and LinkedIn
Managing our LinkedIn groups, website and blog
Creating and posting content for all of the above platforms, including press releases
Monitoring and analysing usage and advise staff on maximising tools
Creating standardised templates of internal documents and brochures
Spotting new trends in social media and bringing Wallace Myers International to the forefront
Working with colleagues to improve their posts, both in style and content
Fluent English is essential with a flair for creative writing
Undergraduate course in social media is an advantage
Strong attention to detail
Prior experience in a similar environment will be beneficial
Strong communication skills
Self-motivated and competitive nature – constantly striving for results