“How do you do, fellow kids?”
BASE10 Genetics is seeking a part-time and/or full-time Marketing Intern, or Assistant, to join its dynamic team. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, this person will gain experience in digital marketing, social media content creation, copy, CRM platforms, event planning and graphic design while assisting with administrative tasks.
Schedule can be flexible with a combination of work on-site if based in Chicago area, or from home. Looking for about 20 hour per week commitment for three months to a year. Position is paid hourly.
Located in Chicago, BASE10 is a healthcare software technology company whose platform creates turnkey disease management programs that can be deployed at scale for nursing home operators, pharmacies, payors, and self-funded employers.
- Support local marketing efforts through website and social media updates.
- Managing social media platforms, creating content and engaging with the audience on a regular basis
- Call nursing home facilities to get email addresses for marketing campaigns.
- Research trending articles in healthcare and create social media posts, and newsletter
- Assist in preparing creative briefs for new marketing campaigns.
- Assist in updating website designs.
- Track order of promotional materials, collateral, studio samples, etc. for conferences, events.
- Perform other duties as assigned or needed
SKILL AND EXPERIENCES:
- Strong writing skills and communication skills
- Well organized and strong attention to detail.
- Experience with social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, TikTok
- Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Working knowledge in Canva, Hubspot is a plus
- A creative thinker who likes to come up with new and different ideas
- Pursuing degrees BA or BS in marketing/communications/journalism or related field. Preferably last year of college
- This is a paid Internship
- Internship Duration: Minimum 3 months to a year
- Position can be hybrid if based in Chicago or remote
- Willing to accommodate college breaks