Saltee Work Experience; Brand Intern
12 week assignment
2nd July – 28th September
Executing brand guidelines in every available media
Driving social media and web presence
Identifying and appointing brand ambassadors
Shaping how the new product/brand goes to market
Identifying and investing with partners in B2B marketing activity
Based alongside another start-up at either Shoreditch or Mayfair office
All expenses covered
Be at the sharp end of a new brand launch.
You will have the following skills in abundance:
Ability to multitask and prioritize daily workload
High level verbal and written communications skills
Proactive and creative
Commercial brain and readiness to turn ideas into profit
Experience in social media management (or at least a presence on social media) & know how to engage with followers
Attention to detail
Affinity with millennial brands and their online/social media presence
Working alongside two co-founders as they bring a new suncare brand to market – Saltee.
Sam has been at the sharp-end of multiple start-ups as an investor and non-Exec over 20 years. Patrick has driven sales and marketing for some of the biggest global brands. They will provide mentoring and support for an energetic, smart Intern who wants to learn at pace as they disrupt the tired suncream market.
You will have a natural affinity for commercial propositions, good brand and design awareness, keen eye for photography and have a base understanding of how social media can drive a profitable product launch.
After working for 12 weeks with these entrepreneurs you will have an enhanced CV, experience that transfers to both B2C and B2B marketing roles, a sense of pride in what has been delivered; as well as having had a load of fun.
Strong probability that the right person will join the team (full or part-time) and have the chance to be a part of phase II of Saltee.
Further details of the position will be sent out and discussed with the selected candidates. Interviews will be conducted at our office and via Skype. To apply please send your cv and covering letter telling us a little bit about yourself and why you would be great for the role.