Communications and Digital media Internship

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28 Jul 2017

CEPI is the pan-European association representing the forest fibre and paper industry. It currently has 18 staff members and covers a variety of topics from environment, energy, recycling, forestry, the bioeconomy up to trade issues.

This traineeship will allow you to gain experience in all areas of communication with a focus on event management and use of social media. We operate in an environment where creative ideas are encouraged and where your voice is heard!

Traineeship Profile

The trainee will assist in the following areas:

  • Organisation of our annual event European Paper Week which will take place on 28-30 November 2017, including setting up an exhibition and on-site support, use of social media, liaising with suppliers including graphic designers and others. More at www.cepi.org/epw
  • Implementation of CEPI’s annual communication strategy

Trainee Profile

We need someone with:

  • fluency in English, knowledge of French is an asset
  • attention to detail
  • organisational skills
  • excellent writing skills
  • a good understanding of social media at events
  • familiarity with using and editing video would be an asset
  • a basic understanding of EU media landscape

You should be skilled at handling multiple projects with input from a range of stakeholders and be comfortable asking questions and working with data as well as text. We are looking for a team player, who supports assistants where necessary and is offering a helping hand where needed. You should not be afraid to take on responsibility for projects.

The traineeship is paid. Students with a university agreement will be given priority.

To apply, please send an email with your CV and cover letter to mail@cepi.org, with the subject line "Comms traineeship". Interviews will take place mid-August and the selected trainee will work with us from the beginning of September until the end of the year. .

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