Fix in art is looking for a dynamic, efficient, multi-skilled student and/or graduate in communications (Bachelor or Master’s) with a keen interest in creating, developing and working on the layout of our websites.
Who are we looking for?
Students of computer engineering, IT and other related studies;
Experience in campaigning is a plus;
Written and spoken English; knowledge of other EU languages is a plus;
Attention to details;
Well-organized, practical-minded and able to priorities a busy and varied workload;
An independent, proactive, self-starter personality;
Interest in European networks and membership-based organizations.
What will you do?
-Develop and daily update of our website that you will create
-Interns attend team meetings and involved in activities of Fix in Art
-Support Fix in art's Campaigns is a plus;
-Support implementation of communication actions is a plus (mailing design and drafting), including monthly News Digests and Newsletter;
Creating content for the website
The selected intern will benefit from the experience in the following ways:
Get a deeper understanding of web development in practice
Obtain practical knowledge on running a cultural organization;
Develop a solid understanding of external communications practices and practical knowledge of communication tools and software;
Experience audience development via start-up projects ;
Gain a thorough insight into the workings of NGO communications and lobbying in Greece and at European level;
Team driven project.
Please note, that this is a volunteer internship. We are giving priority to candidates holding a grant (Erasmus+ or similar) or carrying out the internship as part of their studies.