Marketing Management Internship

US-UT-Salt Lake City
Job ID
2017-1546
# of Openings
1
Category
Marketing

Overview

Are you inspired by helping others?  We are!

 

WE KNOW what it takes to strive for excellence because we live it every day. We are looking for an intern who wants a good challenge, will truly own this opportunity and gain some hands on experience. This is your chance to truly develop your skills and make a difference. Trust us, this isn’t your average fetching-coffee internship. You’ll be doing real work, meeting fascinating people, and trying new things!

 

Valley Behavioral Health is impressive.  With over 800 employees, and 31 clinics in five counties, we are the largest and most comprehensive mental health treatment organization in Utah.  If you have a desire to work in marketing but don’t know where to start, we should talk!

 

Location:  4460 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84124

 

Schedule:  P/T 20 hours; M-F (flexible with your school schedule)

 

Pay: Stipends available based on number of hours worked

Responsibilities

YOU WILL:

  • ​Be privileged with being part of an elite team made up of innovative, industry standard setters dedicated to the best practices in the Behavioral Health industry
  • Assist in the management of marketing projects and the coordination of gathering pertinent information for the creation of digital and print media
  • Participate in the scheduling, coordination, implementation, management and delivery of engaging and dynamic marketing projects and events
  • Newsletter management
  • Gather marketing materials and conduct mystery calls
  • Ensure brand congruence throughout the organization
  • Marketing/Events collateral/material management
  • Upon successful completion of your internship you will receive a letter of recommendation as well as a possible job opportunity with our innovative, cutting edge company.

Qualifications

YOU ARE:

  • Currently enrolled in a Communications, Public Relations, or Marketing program in an accredited university/college.
  • Have a strong interpersonal and communication skill set as well as exceptional organization and leadership skills
  • Are a forward-thinking, proactive team player. The words “not my job” don’t apply to you.
  • The use of computers as well as various software programs is second nature to you.
  • The ability to plan, set goals and objectives, organize, and follow through
  • Able to lift and/or move up to 30 lbs

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