April 30, 2018

We’re Looking for a Marketing Intern

Job Description:
We’re looking for a marketing intern to help with everything from project management to administrative duties to client services support.

Start and end date are flexible
30-40 hours per week
Hourly pay

This Internship is Right for You If:
-You’re passionate and curious about advertising and marketing
-You’re a multitasker and consider yourself detail oriented and organized
-You work efficiently and take initiative
-You have the ability to adapt to the project at hand and shift gears as needed on a day-to-day basis
-You have professional communication skills and feel comfortable with client contact
-You’re comfortable speaking up for your ideas and collaborating with a team
-You are seeking a multidisciplinary position
-You have experience with coordinating, scheduling and other administrative duties

This is Not Right for You If:
-You don’t want to work in advertising
-You don’t feel comfortable working in a fast-paced environment

To Apply:
Please send the following:
-A cover letter
-Your resumé and/or portfolio
-Any passion projects (blogs, films, etc.) or links that show your skills

If interested, please reach out to Stacy@superhuman.agency

About Superhuman:
Superhuman is a strategic and creative agency in Uptown, Minneapolis. We’re a small team with a high-bar for quality. We work in a casual, stimulating environment, and we like to laugh a lot and eat ramen together at least once a week.

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