ECCO - The European CanCer Organisation
The Communications & Marketing Intern supports the Communications team in its goal to deliver a continuous and outstanding service and products to ECCO member Societies working in oncology. He/she is interested in gaining first-hand experience in a dynamic and fast-paced marketing and policy communications environment. The working language at ECCO is English.
- Work with operations, policy and science team, project manager and Comms colleagues to implement the marketing and policy communication plans;
- Coordinate the creation and distribution of marketing collateral such as Advance Programmes, Programme Books, newsletters, e-blasts, advertising, website and social content, or other communication tools;
- Responsible for composing & editing communications, including creating online content and maintaining relevant clients’ web pages;
- Together with the other members of the Communications Team, come up with fresh, innovative ideas for both formats and contents of communication tools;
- Responsible for keeping promotional materials updated and maintaining relevant web pages;
- Research, identify and follow-up on potential partners for barter exchange of services to promote and enhance exposure of client events and services;
- Event collateral planning and follow up;
- Advertising planning and follow up;
- Work with external suppliers;
- Follow-up/report on communication status for specific projects.
- University degree in Communications and PR, marketing, political science, social science, journalism or any related disciplines preferred;
- Strong analytical and communication skills – Fluency in English, with proven writing skills; knowledge of additional languages is welcome;
- Excellent organisational skills;
- Be a team player able to follow internal and external workflows with precise deadlines;
PROFILE & EXPERIENCE
- Currently enrolled in an graduate degree programme with a university or other higher education entity;
- Computer and internet literate;
- Additional educational qualifications, experience in policy research, interest in EU Affairs, and adequate knowledge of one or two more languages are considered assets;
- Internships are remunerated on a level comparable to the internship programmes offered at European institutions.