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Jobs

 Interested in Joining the Ideacoil Team?

At ideacoil, we are not just a tech company. We embrace an energetic atmosphere of creativity, purpose and spirit in our commitment to providing an awesome feedback and learning tool for all. We are looking for self-motivated and creative people who possess solid interpersonal skills, have strong work ethics, and can demonstrate leadership in and out of the everyday work environment.

All applicants are encouraged to browse through our current openings. You may also forward a detailed resume and an optional cover letter to careers@ideacoil.com

Current Openings

Brand Ambassador/Marketing Intern

Title:

Brand Ambassador/Marketing Intern

Location:

New York, NY

Salary:

N/A

Education:

College or University Student

Category:

Marketing

Experience Required:

None

Required Skills:

Strong interpersonal, socially responsible, ethics, teamwork, communications, reporting.

Recruiter:

Ideacoil

Short Description:

Qualified candidates must be self-starters, creative, outgoing, adaptable and willing to work in a self-monitored environment. In addition, candidates should be able to interact and communicate with others well.

Date Posted:

2017-10-11

Full Description

Qualified candidates must be self-starters, creative, outgoing, adaptable and willing to work in a self-monitored environment. In addition, candidates should be able to interact and communicate with others well.

Opportunities:

Qualified candidates must be self-starters, creative, outgoing, adaptable and willing to work in a self-monitored environment. In addition, candidates should be able to interact and communicate with others well.

Candidates must also have some experience with internet usage, technology products, and understand the social and ethical implications of web-driven services.

General Requirements

Core Goal of Internship Campaign:

Get New Feedbacker Sign-ups

Get New Project Postings

Guide Businesses through sign-up process

Participating in College/university student sign-up campaigns