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Are you;
An all-round gun with a different way of seeing things
An up-and-comer wanting to get your foot in the door of a global agency
Passionate about social media, with your finger on the pulse of culture
A keen bean for managing some of the world’s best streaming, technology and FMCG brands.

If this checklist has you nodding your head like someone (you, probably) just dropped an absolute bop on the office speakers, then you’re probably the kind of person We Are Social is looking for. We’re on the hunt for a bonafide legend to join us. We have internships open in various departments, collaborating alongside our client service, strategic, creative, editorial, design and production teams in order to make great work happen, you’ll get real-world experience that will matter in the long run, and we’ll do our best to ensure you have fun doing it.
Our Internship program is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates and recent graduates to gain experience in the social media marketing industry. If you have a real passion for social media, are organised with attention to detail and a passion for learning about marketing, social media and creative advertising then we want to hear from you!
Internship placements run for a three month period, in which time:
Learn how we develop and roll out exciting, creative work for our household name clients
Take part in our weekly 'We Are Learning' training sessions
Have a dedicated mentor who will guide you every step of the way, and;
Work on a brief and present your recommendations to our Heads of Department upon completion of your placement
We’re a team of 50 pop culture aficionados, gamers, music trivia geeks, and sports fanatics. Our offices are located in Chippendale, close to universities and major transport links.
Want to apply? We want to know a bit about you so please send us your CV and a one page cover letter briefly telling us:
What you hope to gain from an internship placement?
What is your favourite social media moment and why?
What brand do you think puts other brands to shame with their social media presence?



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