Communications & Events Intern WANTED!

The   European   Association   of   Communications   Agencies   (EACA),   a   Brussels-based organisation which represents full-service advertising, media agencies and agency associations in Europe, is currently recruiting a Communications & Events intern available to start as soon as possible. The period of the internship is negotiable.

The successful candidate’s key responsibility is to support the Communications & Events Officer in running the day-to-day communications activities of EACA and various projects related to advertising awards.

The intern will be required to:

  • Manage the day-to-day social media activity of EACA (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn);
  • Provide support with the update of the EACA, Euro Effie Awards and IMC European Awards websites;
  • Assist in managing two projects – the Euro Effies and the IMC European Awards – through online and offline activities;
  • Help in organising the Euro Effies Awards Gala (October 2017).

The successful candidate must:

  • Be fluent in English, both oral and written, as it’s the working language of the organisation;
  • Be social media savvy;
  • Have strong computer skills;
  • Be hard-working, honest and have a good eye for detail;
  • Have the ability to work with different nationalities;
  • Have strong organisation and communication skills;
  • Have an interest in the communications sector;
  • Be a student preferably in Communications.

We offer:

  • A dynamic and international work environment in a small office, warmly welcoming creative ideas;
  • Opportunity to work at the heart of the communications industry;
  • A valuable experience with the opportunity to develop and grow;

This is a paid internship.

If interested, please send your CV and a short Cover Letter to Kasia Gluszak at kasia.gluszak@eaca.eu by 14 March 2017. Selected candidates will be invited for an interview.

You can download the ad here.

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