Are you interested in marketing, advertising, and business? Excited about exploring new marketing initiatives? Are you organized, a strong researcher, and good with detail and follow-through? If the answer is yes, this position offers an in-depth look at marketing and product management, and the opportunity to be part of a dynamic team overseeing a diverse product line and developing and marketing new products.
About the department of General Publications
The General Publications (GP) department is responsible for all of the products sold in Reading Rooms that aren’t Mary Baker Eddy’s writings or the periodicals. Our product suite includes Bible reference materials, biographies about Mary Baker Eddy, hymnals, music CDs, article compilations, children’s products, markers/chalk, and more.
Learn about and contribute to the activities of the GP Cross-Functional Team (consisting of members across multiple departments, following an agile work-model to address the various needs of the department)
Participate in product development in a variety of different areas
Receive training in analysis (spreadsheet creation, analysis and interpretation of sales information, etc.)
Help identify new advertising and marketing initiatives for the entire suite of GP products
Seasonal promotional materials
Ad campaigns for print and online, including writing ad copy and providing input on design direction
Collateral materials for Reading Rooms (communication, posters, flyers, etc.)
Assist with filing, organizing, proofing, and other activities essential to department work-flow
Qualifications & Desired Qualities:
Commitment to Christian Science and interest in sharing its healing message
Familiarity with products offered in Reading Rooms is beneficial
Progress towards a degree in Marketing, Business, or similar fields (or demonstrated experience and/or interest in those areas)
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Organized, detail-oriented, self-starter, capable of multitasking
Team player who can work independently
Strong writing skills, interest and/or experience in music, art, or graphic design a plus
To Apply: Fill out the online application and email us your resume and a cover letter at email@example.com. Applications are due January 31, 2019. Applicants will be notified by the third week of February.
Program Dates: May 28 - August 9 (11 weeks)
Compensation: Interns will not receive pay or compensation but will receive a living stipend of $300 per week to help offset the cost of living in Boston. They will also be housed near The Mother Church, free of charge, for the duration of the program. The living stipend and housing are taxable benefits. Interns who are Mother Church members and are returning to school after the internship program will be eligible to receive an Albert Baker Fund educational grant award after their successful completion of the program.
Questions: If you have questions about this program, please contact Chris Sheasley firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-617-450-3494 or 1-800-288-7090 ext. 3494 (toll free)