Marketing & Social Media

Title: Marketing & Social Media | Food industry | £15K - £18K | South London

Industry: Creative industries

Role/Sector: Marketing   |   Social media

Location: South London

Placement: Internship (going permanent)

Duration: 3 months

Salary: £NMW

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This is an exciting 3 month internship in the food industry with the potential to turn into a permanent role. The role is based in south London with a starting salary of national minimum wage. 

What does the company do;
Restaurants in Brixton Market, Tooting and Street Food. Our client is now rolling out a unique collection of virtual restaurants that will be delivery only. 
How you can expect to spend your day;
This would generally be an office based role but the intern will travel around the restaurants taking photos, researching neighbourhoods and creating a buzz around the virtual brands and restaurants. 
The intern would be involved in the marketing of all restaurants through social media and other channels.  Examples of tasks include building instagram followings, taking photos, interacting with target market through social media and responding to online reviews. 
The ideal intern’s personality and qualifications; Enthusiastic, excellent written English, witty and personable, organised and experienced with social media. 
Must have their own example instagram to show in interview; marketing degree would be beneficial; photography skills would be a bonus. 
What are the perks of interning at this company? Possibility for a long term role; exciting day-to-day activities; lots of food! Opportunity to get involved with lots of different tasks and gain experience. 

Questions for applicants to think about: How would you approach the social media marketing for a new restaurant? How would you market a restaurant brand that doesn't have a physical store? Which instagrams accounts do you like and why? Give an example of when you organised a large project with many moving parts... 

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