Marketing Intern

Marketing Intern  

Posted by:
Royal Society for Public Health | Public profile »
Central London 
Location details:
Job Sector:
Marketing, PR & Advertising 
5 - 9 Months 
Post date:


Role purpose:

To communicate the benefits of our Education Services to our target markets, ensuring that we position our services effectively, develop and implement successful marketing campaigns, and deliver results within budget.

Role outline:

Take responsibility for our regular newsletters, co-ordinating the content each month, producing and distributing them on time and to a high standard.

Manage the Youth Health Movement website - including producing, uploading or scheduling and editing content and adding extra pages where needed

Assist in developing and producing a range of promotional materials, such as case studies, to support our services; including liaising with designers and external clients, proof reading and organising delivery.

Create and manage our marketing databases and update accordingly

Manage our social media for Education Services, making sure that key messages are launched in a timely manner.

Research and implement lower cost ways of communicating with our trainers, customers and training delegates, such as webinars, vlogs and YouTube videos.

Create marketing and impact assessment reports

Produce regular reporting on our digital effectiveness.

Undertake any other activities as agreed by the Education and Marketing Manager.


Essential skills:

Self starter with a good understanding of marketing and communications
High standard of communication including written, verbal, listening skills
Good standard of IT skills, including social media
Good numeracy skills
Ability to work in team setting and provide support to internal clients
Education and experience:

Essential: degree in Marketing, or Business with a marketing specialism

· An interest in Public Health and wellbeing
· A familiarity with or a willingness to learn google analytics, twitter analytics, hootsuite, quartz and dotmailer