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Marketing Intern - Karma (closed)

Internship atKarmaStockholm,Sweden

Job Description

Are you an excellent writer with a lot of ideas? We're looking for a Marketing Intern who will create great content to engage our current users and attract new ones!

This is an non-paid marketing intern position!

As our Marketing Intern you will be working closely with the marketing team and help us communicate the Karma story, mainly through social media and PR. You will be responsible for our content creation, which includes everything from producing social media content, blog posts, newsletters and press releases. We love crazy ideas and you will have a great amount of freedom to be creative.

You will also assist in other communication activities, such as events, influencer campaigns and PR-activities such as media monitoring and building relationships with journalists.

We expect you to have experience in communication and a strong interest for food and sustainability. You are a doer. If you are stuck you make decisions that take you forward. You are organized and have an entrepreneurial mindset that is excited to be part of fast growing company.

You are also humble and positive. Even though all of us come from different backgrounds and have different skills we all have in common that we listen to each other. There is no room for big egos at Karma.

We think you might be a student in final stages of your studies, having the flexibility to work 50-100 %, or you might have recently graduated and you’re ready to start mastering your new skills.

You meet the following:
- Excellent writer
- Fluent in Swedish and English
- Experience or studies in communication / marketing
- Creative with passion towards social media and PR

Extra plus for:
- Experience from a PR-agency
- Experience in working with inDesign / Photoshop / Illustrator

About Karma

Great Food Shouldn't Be Wasted

One third of all food in the world is thrown away. The environmental impact of food waste is devastating. Through Karma, restaurants, cafes and grocery stores can sell good surplus food to consumers who buy it at a lower price. Now we are entering UK! Join us in our global expansion!