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Job: Marketing Intern at Upbeat Centre

Job: Marketing Intern at Upbeat Centre

Location: Lekki, Lagos
Employment Type: Internship

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the Marketing team to develop and implement innovative marketing strategies that will help strengthen our brand and drive sales, ensuring effective and efficient executions.
  • Help activate impactful marketing campaigns from conception through to execution and evaluation.
  • Work with marketing manager to collate & track key data for weekly report; and share data analysis with stakeholders
  • Update social media pages daily (Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram), work alongside the team to optimise campaigns.
  • Assist in developing and managing contents for website and social media platforms.
  • Support the planning and execution of events
  • Ensure all relevant documentation are kept up-to-date and secure.
  • Prepare weekly activity report as required by the Marketing Manager.

Experience and Qualification

  • A First Degree in Marketing or any related Social Science discipline.
  • One year corporate or personal experience in a related role.

Competency and Skills Requirements:

  • Basic knowledge of trends and developments in the Sports Gaming & Hospitality Business.
  • Basic understanding of content creation and marketing tools – Inshot, Canva, Mailchimp
  • Basic photo and video editing skills
  • Good analytical abilities and working knowledge of, but not limited to, LinkedIn, Instagram & Twitter
  • Exceptional Negotiation & Relationship Management Skills
  • Networking & Influencing Skills
  • Excellent verbal and written Communication skills
  • Good Presentation Skills
  • A passion for excellence.

Salary
N70,000 Monthly.


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