Digital Marketing Fellow
The Digital Marketing Fellow supports the digital marketing efforts of The Christian Science Monitor. The incumbent supports existing marketing campaigns and collaborates with teammates to generate new efforts focused on acquisitions and conversions related to the Monitor’s free and premium products. Efforts are executed and distributed in a variety of online channels including, but not limited to, Facebook, Google AdWords, on csmonitor.com, and via email.
To apply, please submit your application here.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assist with planning and executing web, social, search, and email campaigns
- Maintain and support weekly newsletters within the marketing cloud and email system
- Suggest, design, and maintain promotional and marketing concepts, including new concepts related to video, animation, and the changing digital landscape
- Work with senior staffers to identify trends and insights, and optimize spend and performance based on the insights
- Brainstorm new, creative marketing and growth strategies
- Collaborate with editorial, product, and marketing teams to enhance the user experience
- Develop strong analytical ability to evaluate end-to-end customer experience across multiple channels and customer touch points
- Support the Monitor's social platforms, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram
STAFF MANAGEMENT AND JOB CONTACTS
Supervisor: Manager, Marketing: Audience Acquisition
This position has regular contact with all staff levels of The Christian Science Monitor and business sponsors/partners
- Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university in journalism, communications, marketing or related field of study. Experience supporting paid, digital marketing campaigns or integrating social media activities into a larger brand strategy.
- Strong writing, grammar, and editing skills.
- Familiarity with Adobe design software (PhotoShop, Illustrator, Premier)
- Organized, detail-oriented, and efficient self-starter with solid time management skills
- Ability to effectively communicate information and ideas in written and verbal format
- Proficient in HTML and CSS
- Professional experience shooting, producing and editing video
- Team player, with the confidence to take the lead and guide others when necessary
- Creative and technical thinker who can pick up new tools quickly
- Knowledge of the news industry and how social media is being used by different outlets and publications.
This position is located in Boston.
Christian Science Information
Membership in the Mother Church is preferred.
To apply, please submit your application through our job portal.
Newsroom editorial internships
The Christian Science Monitor is seeking editorial interns with solid journalism skills to write and edit across the Monitor’s various print and online platforms. Applicants will be self-starters, have keen analytical skills, a basic understanding of world events, and an ability to write and edit with clarity and precision.
Duties will include pitching, reporting, and writing stories with angles that strive to bring understanding to divisive topics, show new innovative approaches to a wide range of problems, and highlight areas of progress.
A creative and deft approach and an attention to detail are all requisites. Interns will emerge from their experience as stronger writers able to discern and analyze trends in addition to earning valuable day-to-day experience working with top-notch editors in a dynamic newsroom.
Work Schedule: Paid and academic interns will work Monday through Friday, between 35 to 40 hours a week. Position is based in Boston, Mass.
- Spring internships run from January through the beginning of May. Application deadline is October 15.
- Summer internships run from the end of May through mid August. Application deadline is January 15.
- Fall internships run from September through December. Application deadline is July 15.
To apply, please contact the Internship Manager, and send a résumé, cover letter, and clips to (hard copy only):
The Christian Science Monitor
210 Massachusetts Avenue – P02-20
Boston, MA 02115