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Digital Marketing Intern (The Big Know)

This internship is intended to be 15-20 hours per week starting between early February to March. The ideal candidate could start in early February.

Launched out of GoKart Labs in 2014, The Big Know is globally recognized as a learning technology leader because of our intuitive learning platform and high-end content production. We create world-class online courses for leading companies like UnitedHealthcare, P&G and Optum. In 2018 we launched Being, a Netflix-inspired course series where best-selling authors, celebrities and industry experts teach employee wellbeing.

Why This Job Is Important

At The Big Know, we believe wellbeing is the set of skills we all need to thrive in life and work. That's why we created Being. Through our expert-led courses and intuitive learning platform, Being is a Netflix-inspired learning experience that empowers any sized organization to teach their employees the skills of health and wellbeing. As a Digital Marketing Intern at The Big Know, you will help us grow awareness and attract new HR, Wellness and Benefits leaders to our Being product.

Our team and product are growing. We believe our Being solution will deliver a higher standard for employee health education and should be offered across workforces everywhere. Now we have to scale our sales and marketing capabilities to achieve that.

What You Will Be Doing

  • You will write messaging used for a variety of materials and promotions.
  • You will identify publishers and events we should be contacting to get our story heard.
  • You will develop and execute outreach to secure coverage opportunities
  • You will consult with our third-party experts and influencers in order to enhance their promotions of Being through email and social media.
  • You will coordinate website enhancements by gathering assets, selecting templates, and adding and testing updates.
  • You will identify and help get Being listed on digital product review websites.

What You Will Learn

  • You’ll learn how to effectively implement a marketing strategy.
  • You’ll learn how to think as a digital agency and product marketer.
  • You’ll learn how to attract and engage leads into future customers.
  • You’ll help cultivate and nurture successful partnerships.
  • You’ll build skills in outreach and public relations, analytics and website enhancement.

What You Are Good At

  • Ownership: you aren’t afraid to take on new challenges and solve for them.
  • Copywriting: you write clear, concise and interesting copy, and you can proofread well.
  • Collaboration: you have the ability to get things done with all kinds of people.
  • Digital: you have a desire to innovate, understand, and use digital products in an effective and new ways.

What You Have Done

  • Undergraduate studying Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, or another related field.
  • Professionals with a desire to transition into a marketing role.
  • You have an eagerness for Public Relations and starting a career in Digital Marketing

Bonus Points

  • Experience with Photoshop/Sketch
  • Experience using Social/SEM Ads
  • A holistic understanding of HR/Corporate Wellness

This position is paid at $15.00 per hour.

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