What You’ll Do
The third pair of hands (in addition to the co-founders) moderating and publishing submitted reviews on the website. Also the voice behind our Facebook and Twitter pages. As a team member, you will have administrator access to all three platforms.
Keep The Intern Insider busy on its social networks! Whether it’s attending a career fair, or running another episode of #curate on Twitter, you will keep our Facebook page updated and active.
Submitted reviews require the following checks before it can be published:
- i) Does it break any rules? If so, skip ii) and proceed to iii).
- ii) Is the company listed? If not, the company needs to be created as a Non-Subscriber. The new company will have a unique Company ID, which you will then insert into the correct fields in the review. Otherwise, continue with publication.
iii) Notify the reviewer of either publication or rejection with a standard e-mail template. If published, include a link to their review.
You will keep the page looking sharp, part of which includes making sure the cover photo up to date and correctly positioned. Keep the page busy with recently published reviews and internship listings on theinterninsider.com.
Our Twitter is particularly busy when we run our #curate project, during which you will be guiding curators through the process of gaining access to our Twitter account:
- i) Sending them the curator manual;
- ii) Changing passwords on the Sunday evening before a new curator comes on board.
Serious multi-tasking ability and an amazing eye for the small details in how sentences are phrased. Catchy, undemanding, not too self-promotional, invitational, and friendly. And fairly short.