Music Network Seeks Online Marketing Intern and Programme Intern

23 January 2012

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Digital Marketing Intern and Programme Intern at Music Network to work on love:live music, Ireland’s national music day, which takes place on 20th April 2012.

Online Marketing Intern


This role will ideally suit a recent event management/arts administration graduate who is looking to develop their skills in digital marketing.
We are looking for a driven and highly motivated individual with a passion for all things digital who has the ability to work on their own initiative. Candidates must have strong communication skills, be a quick learner, and be fluent in English.


Duties (under the supervision of Music Network’s PR & Marketing Manager) will include:

•    Updating website content management system
•    Updating social media platforms
•    Monitoring blog activity and submitting blog posts
•    Email Marketing generation and tracking
•    PPC campaign creation and monitoring
•    Monitoring analytics and reporting
•    Maintaining databases


Skills & Qualifications:


-    Knowledge of music events and festivals in Ireland
-    PC/IT skills – Word, Excel, Outlook
-    Excellent communication skills written, telephone and interpersonal
-    Good time management and attention to detail
-    Ability to ability to multi task and work under pressure
-    Ideally the candidate will have some knowledge of the music sector

 

Programme Intern

This role will ideally suit an event management/arts administration graduate who is looking to develop their skills in the area of programming and project management, however, all candidates will be considered.

We are looking for a confident and highly motivated individual with strong communication skills to assist with the co-ordination of love: live music. The Programme Intern will be a key member of the organisational team working under the supervision of the Project Manager.

Duties will include:

  • Compiling research on potential participants (acts, venues etc)
  • Liaising with participating organisations
  • Managing the online registration of events
  • Assisting in the delivery of campaign materials
  • General administration tasks (updating databases, filing submissions and emails)
  • A programme report based on experience as an intern
  • Any other duties as required

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of music events and festivals in Ireland
  • PC/IT skills – Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Excellent communication skills written, telephone and interpersonal
  • Good time management and attention to detail
  • Ability to ability to multi task and work under pressure
  • Ideally the candidate will have some knowledge of the music sector

 

Terms and conditions of the internships:

  • The positions are unpaid, however any expenses related to carrying out the duties will be reimbursed.
  • The positions require a 4 day week commitment 10am to 5pm; after hours during peak schedules may be required.
  • The organisation commits to providing adequate support for carrying out the internship, including progress reviews and de-brief.
  • The placements are unpaid and run for 12 weeks starting Monday 6th February.
  • Please apply with a current CV and a cover letter to info@lovelivemusic.ie by 5pm on Friday 27th January. Interviews will take place the week of Monday 30th January.


For more information visit www.lovelivemusic.ie.