AWAREWAYS internship Marketing & Communications
WANTED: FUTURE MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
For the new year, we at AWAREWAYS are looking for a (future) communication specialist who is eager to test, improve or simply share with the world their (upcoming) MarCom skills in the daily practice of a creative service provider. Does that appeal to you? Then read on quickly, because we are currently offering an internship Marketing & Communications.
- have an education/background in marketing,
communication and/or journalism, for example;
- can formulate a sharp message from an existing
tone and style, but also from a new idea;
- are eager to support us in various
MarCom activities, both in print and online;
- can work with all relevant programs and tools,
from Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to WordPress and LinkedIn;
- Can work independently and accurately.
An interest in and affinity with the topics of security and privacy is a plus, but we’d love to teach you all about information security.
You will join a growing team where you will work together with our creative specialists on the development of blogs, communication campaigns, presentations and other initiatives for our various channels. You will usually work on several assignments at once and keep a sharp eye on your to do’s.
We value diversity at AWAREWAYS, and we continue to strive to be an organisation where everyone feels at home. We are therefore looking for people with a range of backgrounds and experiences to strengthen our team.
- are a fast growing company where you
can become an important part of;
- offer a place where you can learn a lot and
where own initiatives are given plenty of room;
- offer a pleasant balance between
working at home and at the office;
- are a fun team of young people with different
backgrounds and nationalities;
- offer you all the support that fits your
talent, learning path and (required) work experience.
We work for large and well-known brands at home and abroad and are therefore growing rapidly. We also have many communication needs and channels within our own organization, including our website with blogs on developments and news in the world of security and privacy, the periodic newsletter and our social media.
You see it in the news every day: companies are increasingly dealing with cybercrime. Phishing, ransomware, data breaches, and so on. We help companies increase their information awareness (= working safely with information), and that starts with educating their staff.
We do not do this by offering boring training courses, but by using a creative combination of learning, gamification and communication. With our security awareness programs we achieve long-term behavioral change, making companies more resistant to cybercrime.
For more information, take a look around on our website. Will you help make the world a little safer with your creativity?