Working title:Communications and Administrative Intern (Summer) Role/Level/Range: ATO/01/OA Starting Salary Range: $13.25/hour
Employee group: Full Time Schedule (hours/days): M-F, 40 hours/week Employee subgroup: Casual, Hourly Department Name: Office of Communications, Marketing, & Strategic Initiatives
Personnel area (School): JHU SAIS
Communications and Administrative Intern
The Office of Communications, Marketing, & Strategic Initiatives at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC is seeking a paid summer intern to offer support by assisting with the development and implementation of communications and marketing projects.
The position responsibilities include media monitoring, press outreach, writing and editing, and social media coverage and metrics reporting, among other assignments. Occasionally, the student will also assist with special events management.
High School Diploma/GED required.
Currently enrolled in a degreed program at an accredited college or university
Available to work four full days a week from early June through mid-August 2018
Strong oral and written communications skills and attention to detail necessary for writing and editing assignments in print and on the web, as well as for communicating effectively with the office’s internal and external constituencies
Knowledge of and/or experience in the workings of a communications office (media relations, special events planning and publicity, publications development, social media, web/multimedia content development and marketing/advertising), news organizations and preferably, international affairs
Demonstrated success managing social media communities (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter)
Experience with web development (WordPress and Squarespace)
Submit a resume, one-page cover letter, and a brief writing sample.
Internal Number: 10909-en_US
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