Revolution Messaging is looking for an engaged and savvy intern to join the Digital Advertising team!
About the position: Open Snapchat just to see the filters and lenses? Enjoy writing things in less than 140 characters? Always wondered how Amazon knows that you really want those new headphones? If so, our Advertising Internship may be the one for you!
As an intern, you’ll work directly with the Revolution Messaging staff to create and launch award-winning digital advertising campaigns. You will learn about the components that make a successful ad campaign, the platforms they are launched on, and how to set up the ads themselves.
You’ll also get direct, hands-on experience with the digital tools that are vital in the campaigns of today and tomorrow, and will learn how to create effective digital advertising campaigns.
About you (the “must haves”): You’re dependable, willing to learn, proficient in Excel, and have great attention to detail*.
Preferred but not essential: You’re excited by digital media and are seeking the opportunity to work with leaders in the progressive community. You are adaptable and want to stay at the forefront of the communications industry by learning how to use the newest tools and techniques. You’re a self-starter who takes initiative and can work independently as well as part of a team. You have a passion for lefty political issues and causes. You may even have some experience with or knowledge of platforms like AdWords and Facebook Ads Manager.
The details: This is a paid internship, and the hours are flexible. If you think this sounds like a great learning experience, please submit a cover letter explaining your qualifications and highlighting why you would be a great fit for the Advertising Operations Intern position, along with a one-page resume in the form below.
*Be sure to tell us when you apply if you’re #TeamDog or #TeamCat!
Revolution Messaging is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is Revolution Messaging’s policy to recruit, hire, train and promote individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, length of time spent unemployed, as well as other classifications protected by applicable laws.