VIS Marketing & Media Trainee 2016

The VIS is offering an exciting learning opportunity in the VIS Communications & Marketing department for a passionate intern.

The Victorian Institute of Sport Communications and Marketing department is offering a one-year trainee program to a university student or recent graduate who has an interest in sports marketing, digital media and communications.

This unpaid placement is for approximately 8-12 hours per week over a 12 month period, starting in February 2016 - a great time to join the VIS at the start of the Olympic & Paralympic year. 

The right candidate will be a hardworking, articulate, passionate and motivated individual with a willingness to learn and a strong interest in sport. They will be social media savvy and have the ability to generate relevant and timely content, and have a sound understanding of the Australian media landscape.

The placement will be located at the VIS within the VIS Marketing and Communications Department at Lakeside Stadium, 33 Aughtie Drive, Albert Park.

This traineeship is available to undergraduate or postgraduate students studying Marketing or Communications or an equivalent degree with an interest in providing high quality support for VIS athletes.

Applicants with other related Marketing or Communications degrees may also be considered. Student placements are NOT offered to high school students.

To apply, please send your application (including cover letter, CV and academic record) to Ashley Carr by COB on Friday 22 January 2016.

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