Experience isn’t everything to us – what we’re looking for is a good fit.
We love team members who take initiative, are proactive, committed and ambitious, apply themselves, value open communication, and have a positive attitude.
It might seem like a lot to ask, but when you meet our team you’ll realise that most of this comes naturally!
The opportunities on offer…
You’ll learn how to work with content all the way from submission to publication…
From sub-editing, to working with content in WordPress and optimising for SEO.
By the end of your training, you’ll be able to work personally with a pool of writers: editing their content and helping them to plan for future submissions – this involves planning, strategy and a lot of imagination!
Master the art of crafting content for an online audience, become an SEO expert, and harness the power of social media to spread your content
Be involved in content strategy, development and planning – come up with ideas and manage content projects (only for our very best content crafters!).
Discover what it’s really like behind-the-scenes at a busy publication!
Have your finger on the pulse at all times as you manage our editorial and publication schedules, and work with our amazing teams of editors and writers!
Be involved with content strategy, development and planning – come up with ideas and manage content projects.
Become a communications superstar and organisational whiz by learning to manage our busy inbox. Be the one responsible for publishing content on the magazine, and sharing it with our community on social networks.
Psychological researchers, to auditors, bank-tellers, journalists, French philosophy graduates and everywhere in between. From Melbourne, Paris, Chicago, London and beyond…
We’ve had interns working as editorial assistants, social media mavens, information managers, content crafters, online marketers, event coordinators, graphic designers – if we can dream it up, we’ll make it a reality. If you’d like to be involved – no matter the capacity, we’d encourage you to get in touch.
Days per week
Interns work two, three, or four days per week – these can be full days, or spread out across the week.
Internships are a minimum of 6-12 months (preferably 12 months and we’d be happy to explain why.).
Virtual vs inhouse
Our team members are based all across the globe, so we’re used to training and working virtually! Even Melbourne-based team members have flexibility in where they work, and will do at least part of their work virtually.
As we’re a startup, many of our team members work on a volunteer basis. So, our internships are not-remunerated. But we value the hard work and time all team members put in, so we make sure we give back as much as we can – in learning, support, fun and experience. (Scroll down for proof!)
We’re looking for native English speakers with excellent French, or native French speakers with perfect English!
While we don’t ask that you’re already a whiz with technology, our team members have a passion for the digital world.
If it’s a new thing for you – don’t worry! We’ll help you get there. All we ask is that you approach this with passion and enthusiasm.
Part of becoming a true digital native is having a wide social footprint. It doesn’t just mean having an account on Twitter or Pinterest – it means owning them, loving them, and casting your social net wide!
We expect team members to already have, or be willing to create active accounts on: Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. Pinterest and Instagram are a plus!
If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!
Please send your CV and which position interests you to firstname.lastname@example.org.