Universal Music GroupKings Cross, UK
Part Time Unpaid Internship
Job title: Communications Intern
Responsible to: Head of Communications, Universal Music UK
Location of work: Kings Cross
Main purpose of the role:
• General assistance for the Universal Music UK communications department .
• Assist with generating content for umusic.co.uk website (written and AV), completing daily/weekly updates of the site .
• Assist with generating content for weekly internal newsletter including news-gathering, interviewing and writing copy .
• Assist with generating and maintaining activity across Universal Music UK’s social media platforms .
• Monitoring umusic “contact” inbox and assisting with replies .
• Passionate and knowledgeable about music .
• People person – must be able to get on with everyone across the business, from junior team members to the chairman, with the confidence to make contacts and be an ambassador for the communications team – internally and externally .
• A confident, accurate writer .
• Excellent communication skills in person, via email, social media and on the phone .
• Detailed knowledge and experience of social media .
• Demonstrable interest in the media .
• AV/photographic skills desirable .
• Personable .
• Good communication skills .
• Proactive .
• Forward thinking .
• Organised .
• Shows initiative .
• Good at multi-tasking and juggling priorities .
• Attention to detail and accuracy in all areas of work .
• Ability to think under pressure .
• Being confidential and dependable .
Diversity and Inclusion:
Universal Music is an equal opportunities employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to a working environment where no one will be treated less favourably on grounds of their sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, belief or age.
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.