Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 24/07/2019 Covestro, Intern International Marketing and Communications

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Allee 60, Leverkusen, Germania
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  • In your new position, you will help building a social media community with a passion for sustainable mobility solutions
  • You will develop a storytelling concept to promote Sonnenwagen’s participation in the World Solar Challenge and convey the vision, mission and values of Covestro as well as the company’s contributions to Sonnenwagen
  • In addition, you are going to produce meaningful content in various formats (e.g. blogs, vlogs, social media posts) and distribute it via your own social media channels
  • You get the chance to engage in social media conversations about the World Solar Challenge and respond to community requests
  • Finally, you will attend events to speak about your experience after the race in Australia (e.g. internal Covestro events, career trade shows, etc.)

This projects starts for you in Leverkusen, Germany, where our Headquarters is located, as well as Aachen, and includes a trip to Australia in October 2019.

Requisiti principali:
  • You are an enrolled student (m/f/d) and have achieved a Bachelor Degree, ideally in communications or a technical field
  • For this position, advanced communications and social media skills are required
  • You are willing to publicly share your experience on your own social media channels
  • Additionally, you have a passion for science, tech, innovation and or sustainability and ideally, you have social media followers who share your passion for these topics
  • You are willing to travel and have a permission to travel between Germany and Australia
  • You know what it takes to create value through social media content and engagement, while providing a structured working style and being able to deal with topics individually
  • Besides being able to break down complexity into concise bits of content for a specific audience, you have a passion for working in complex and unknown environments
  • Your commands in English are excellent, both written and spoken. German is a plus.