Brand and Marketing Intern

Brand and Marketing Intern  

Posted by:
Josh Wood Colour | Public profile »
Central London 
Location details:
W11 3AN 
Job Sector:
Marketing, PR & Advertising 
5 - 9 Months 
Post date:


We’re looking for a Branding & Marketing Intern who’s a real all-rounder that can get stuck in with a variety of social media, influencer marketing and branding projects, supporting in the lead up of the launch of an innovative new product.

The role:
We work at a fast pace, often juggling a number of projects and turning hands to different tasks, while still keeping on top of always-on work. Finding this start-up-style environment exciting, with a love for working as part of a small, close-knit team is an absolute must.

Key responsibilities:
• Supporting the building of the JWC community through micro-influencer outreach and relationship management
• Identify relationships to foster/maintain a regular outreach program / track the results
• Supporting with the copy for all Josh Wood Colour owned channels and touchpoints (website, blog, social channels and email)
• Supporting the day-to-day management of the Josh Wood Colour social channels
• Support the ideation, organisation and production of creative content
• Support with events logistics and implementation
• Supporting with model casting for new product development testing and content creation
• Supporting with press/influencer bookings
• Be an ambassador for Josh Wood Colour, both internally and externally
• Be the eyes and ears of the Josh Wood Colour customer: continuously research and feedback on hair, beauty, what’s trending and anything that feeds our audience’s appetite for relevant, inspiring and useful content


Experience/key skills:
• Excellent written English
• Strong attention to detail
• Great organisational skills
• A genuine interest in hair and beauty
• Confident and self-motivated with a positive mind-set
• An ideas-person, not afraid to give their opinion
• Pro-active, inquisitive and quick to learn
• Great team player (cross-functionally), but also happy to work independently