KILTR is a disruptive social media platform that generates culturally relevant content welcoming users, contributors and subscribers from all around the world.
£7.85 per hour. Part-time, 2 or 3 days per week for 12 weeks with the opportunity for extension for the right candidate.
Ideal Start: 2 February 2015
KILTR users are encouraged to post original content created by individuals and organisations onto the next generation platform that is curated into The Good Stuff by our team. The content should encapsulate the most relevant and best film, art, music, literature, politics and more. Find out more on their website.
KILTR are looking for a Graphic Design and Content Intern to join the team, assisting in design, content marketing, content production and growth hacking.
The ideal graduate will be technical minded with a background in graphic design. You should be fully literate with design packages such as Adobe Photoshop. You will be driven, motivated and able to work both on your own and as part of a team.
You should be a strong communicator, confident with both written and oral forms of communication. Previous experience of content marketing and production would be highly regarded. A passion for alternative social platforms and new media would also be beneficial.
Closing date for applications is 30 January 2015, 5pm.
Please submit a CV and brief covering letter through the Adopt an Intern online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by 5pm on the closing date. State a. your availability and b. relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job spec. We do NOT accept e-mail applications unless otherwise stated.
This Adopt an Intern funded internship has been made possible through the financial support of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) with match funding from the Scottish Government. It is part of a "Business Growth Programme" supporting the third sector, micro businesses and SMEs and contributes to our wider focus of boosting economic stability by investing in graduates. These are paid, meaningful, capacity-building internships, with monitored outcomes.