$8-10/hour, up to 15 hours/week
As our Marketing Intern, you would be responsible for assisting the Community Manager with a variety of tasks in the realm of social media marketing, content curation, and data management.
We are an easy-going, determined team, and we all value our work and members highly. We want you to like us and we want to like you. We’ll be spending important time together, after all.
You need a good attitude, you must be kind. Culture is important, as is diversity.
Speaking of diversity, we mean it. We know that increasing diversity among our team will lead to a better experience for our customers—coworkers are everyone. We embrace that.
And speaking of our customers and members, we love them and they know it. In return they love us! We know because we’re always meeting new people who reach out because our members rave about The Fellow. We bend over backwards to get them what they need. Sometimes a request doesn’t make sense, but usually, if you dig deep enough you can find a legitimate problem that we are uniquely positioned to solve. We never want to lose that focus.
Be honest. Always. Nobody has time for second-guessing.
We’re a modern coworking company in a rather new and fast moving industry, so we need you to be computer and internet-savvy along with being comfortable learning new things.
Our team is located in Manhattan, Kansas. We communicate a lot through Slack and other platforms. This position would be based out of The Fellow in Manhattan.
A working knowledge and regular usage of social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn).
Experience using Adobe Creative Products – primarily Illustrator and/or Photoshop.
Basic concepts of photography
Solid written and verbal communication skills
Strong customer service skills with the ability to interact and engage with potential customers.
An interest in marketing and the desire to work with a fast paced coworking company.
What You’ll Do
Daily Social Media Checklist (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
Browsing a network of members on Instagram and sharing acceptable content to our stories.
Acquiring content for/assembling blog posts.
Scanning through an approved list of content sources for articles/blog posts to be shared internally and externally.
Graphic design projects as needed. Canva, Eventbrite and Proximity as needed.
Creation of content for social media and scheduling into Buffer for approvals.
Data management and curation of lead lists, digital audiences and routine metrics.
Who You Are
Enthusiastic about marketing and social media
Personable and conversational
Efficient, timely and conscientious of your own and others’ time and deadlines
Interested in design and communications
Willing to jump in and help our team with whatever challenges may arise.
Smart, organized and efficient, able to multi-task and keep your cool in stressful situations. Well-spoken both in oral and written communication
In command of an excellent sense of spelling and grammar
A highly motivated self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit. We have no desire to micromanage.
A problem-solver and creative-thinker
A competitive hourly rate with the possibility of future growth.
Full membership access in our coworking space.
A fun and inclusive atmosphere with cool people who want to make the world better.
In general, the dress code is just be you. From time to time even we startup types have to fancy it up a little though.
Company outings and get-togethers happen whenever possible, and we’re pretty sure ours are less awkward than Dunder Mifflin parties.
There’s always some new swag floating around and you can usually snag some.
The coffee is always flowing. We are a coworking company, after all.
Freedom to innovate and bring your ideas to the table. Good decisions are not just top-down. We want a diversity of opinion. In fact, we expect it.
Nobody loves meetings, but sometimes they’re really helpful. We do regular stand-ups, one-on-ones and team discussions. You’re expected to attend the ones that are applicable to you, in person whenever possible. In general, 75% of your hours should be spent working at our coworking space at a pre-arranged schedule that works for you and the Community Manager.
You’ll be a representative of The Fellow whether you want to be or not. We ask that you represent us well. We expect you to treat everyone with respect. Note, this doesn’t mean you have to agree with them. We also hope and encourage you to demand respect from those around you. Nobody should feel unsafe or unwelcome.
Who We Are
The Fellow team is a group of young and wise business owners. Together, we work hard to provide a productive place for our members to get work done. We began in 2016 as the first coworking space in Manhattan and have continued to lead the way in flexible office space through workspaces, education, and collaboration. Our membership is 40+ strong, and includes an age range of 23-65, including entrepreneurs, students, remote employees, and small business owners. We are more than a coworking space, we are a community who encourages and supports one another inside and outside of our walls.