Do you want possibly the best internship in the world?
We’ll pay you to come work in our Central Coast office (good start right?).
But if it suits you better to work from home some of the time, we can definitely work something out!
The chances of you going viral on our UP&GO Social Media is pretty high.
You’ll get loads of UP&GO, training and heaps of cool opportunities.
You’ll get really good at making coffee and sorting mail (Jokes. Kind of).
Who do you think you are anyway? We don’t know but we reckon:
You’ll be all about social media – this is a social media internship after all. You’ll be familiar with working on multiple platforms, you’ll know what is likely to work on each and (PAY ATTENTION – THIS BIT IS REALLY IMPORTANT) you’ll be great at creating content that influences and engages people . Maybe this social media thing is what you want to do when you grow up? Growing up is totally optional though.
You’ll love a challenge. This isn’t wrapping Christmas presents at the mall, this is a once-in-a-year opportunity and we want to see you achieve something you can put in your CV or at least brag to your mates about.
You’ll be creative. You’ll need to be able to come up with great ideas that work for both us and our fans.
You need to love UP&GO. You’re going to be living and breathing it. No, not literally, that’s a bad idea.
So you think you want to come and work with us? Sweet, there’s just a couple of things we need you to do:
We want you to show us why you’d be the Intern for us. Cause this is a social media internship we reckon you should probably create a video cover letter – or at the very least show us your TikTok dancing skills. What you decide to show us is up to you but this is totally your opportunity to stand out. There’s a box down there for you to send us a link to something you’ve created to show us why we should pick you. This is quite possibly the most important part of the whole application. Impress us.
Do your homework. We need someone who can be trusted to be the voice of UP&GO so you need to have a read of the job description and the brand information to make sure you don’t confuse awesome with something else.