Scoop is offering a number of Content and Digital Marketing Internships (unpaid) to university students and recent graduates. 

Scoop works at the cutting-edge of digital and content-marketing, providing solutions to some of the leading brands and peak industry bodies in the state. In this time of crisis, we also provide more than 6,000 small businesses, community & arts organisations with free access to more than 150,000 users per month. For this, we need the assistance of interns.

In return, the team at Scoop provide the practical skills and training needed for a career in professional writing, digital and content marketing. Interns have the opportunity to work with the Content Marketing Team at Scoop, and develop skills related to content creation and curation, event listings, digital marketing, social media and WordPress.

We ask that you allocate two full days per week (8.30am – 5pm) for a minimum of three months. Most of this work will be carried out from Scoop’s head office in Subiaco.

Preference is given to final year university students and recent graduates, and no specific qualifications are required. Applicants should have a good standard of written and spoken English, with a keen interest in arts and culture in Perth.

Anyone interested should send a CV and brief covering letter explaining why they are interested in the position to [email protected] with the subject line ‘Internship application’.

 

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