Intern - Digital Marketing Abbey Road
Universal Music GroupLondon, UK
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Full Time Unpaid Internship
Assist in the management of Abbey Road Studios' brand and 'editorial voice' online, through social media, Abbeyroad.com and other platforms.
will include, but not limited to:
Generate editorial & content for Abbeyroad.com including music editorial and playlisting.
Create visual assets: photography, video, digital and printed marketing materials.
Action eCRM campaigns.
Coordinate social media channels.
Coordination of e-commerce including product launches, merchandising, campaigns.
Reporting on digital KPIs, conversion rates/ROI/CPA/reach.
Commercially minded and understands how to leverage brand, assets and social communities to produce revenue.
Must be analytical, numerical and have excellent attention to detail.
Passionate about all things digital, understands technical language, passionate about user experience, with good eye for UI design.
Passionate, enthusiastic and knowledgeable about music.
Basic skills in photography, video, design.
Excellent demonstrable writing skills, very active on their own social profiles.
Experience with Photoshop and Excel.
Highly organised and methodical worker able to juggle a number of tasks at any one time.
Excellent project management and organisational skills.
A team player with the self-confidence to work with people at all levels.
End to end campaign management.
Experience in a media/creative/PR/web agency environment.
Studying for or graduating from a marketing or related degree.
Musician or music industry experience.
diversity and inclusion
Universal Music is an equal opportunities employer and committed to the principle of diversity.
The company presents this job description as a guide to the major areas and duties for which the jobholder is accountable. However, the business operates in an environment that demands change and the jobholder's specific responsibilities and activities will vary and develop. Therefore, the job description should be seen as indicative and not as a permanent, definitive and exhaustive statement.