Fall Semester (September-December) or Winter Semester (January-April)
Who are we looking for?
· Are you high energy and passionate with a strong desire to gain a greater understanding of marketing and advertising?
· Do you have the ability to multi-task and manage the chaos of an early stage company?
· Are you majoring in Marketing, Advertising, Sales, or Communications?
· Do you have a healthy attention to detail and an unnatural affection for deadlines?
What we are looking for?
· Ability to work independently, be resourceful, and take ownership of projects.
· Demonstrate strong organization and project management skills.
· Strong proofreading, grammar, and copywriting skills.
· An appreciation of the importance of competing tasks on deadline.
· Proficient at using PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Excel.
· A good sense of humor will go a long way.
What would you be working on?
As an Intern, you will be working closely with Simulmedia’s Marketing, Advertising Sales, and Product Management team.
· Active participation in marketing meetings, brainstorming sessions, and special events
· Assist with production of collateral material
· Assist with planning corporate events
· Coordinate and prepare marketing material for presentations
· Write and edit copy
· Manage one-off special projects
This is a unique opportunity to work with a group of really smart, motivated people and have a meaningful impact on an early-stage startup that is disrupting the TV industry.
Simulmedia is an Ad Tech company focused on TV. We operate an audience-driven ad network and a proprietary technology platform. Simulmedia sells TV advertising campaigns that are targeted, measurable, and cost efficient using ad inventory reaching 115 million households and the world’s largest database of TV viewership. Our core belief is: The future of video advertising will be audience-centric, and it will grow within TV’s walled-garden for the foreseeable future. Our mission is: “Simulmedia exists to make advertising better for advertisers, media owners and consumers in a world where media is increasingly fragmented.”