We’re Hiring: Social Media Intern (Shanghai)

By That's, January 19, 2020

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Calling all aspiring editors, writers, journalists and bloggers. Fancy getting hands-on editorial and writing experience with a glamorous English-language media company internship? That’s and Urban Family magazines are looking for interns with an interest in journalism and new media to work alongside our dedicated and dynamic international team.

HK Focus Media (Urbanatomy Media) is a multi-media company based in top-tier cities across China, with a comprehensive portfolio of products from print magazines, city and national websites, mobile and tablet apps, strong social media presence, as well as regular supplements.

Our publications and platforms, That’s MagazinesUrban Family and URFamily cover a wide variety of topics in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Suzhou and Greater China, including: News, Restaurants & Dining, Bars & Nightlife, Arts & Entertainment, Events, Lifestyle, Families & Kids, Fashion, Culture, Sports, Music, Business, Environment, Technology and much more.

Deeply connected with the local market and culture, we have been in business in China for over 20 years. With a vibrant mix of local and international staff, we are focused on delivering quality lifestyle content across a variety of different platforms.

We’re looking for an enthusiastic candidate to fill the following position...

Social Media Intern (Shanghai)

We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual with experience in digital platforms to join our team in Shanghai.

The Social Media Intern will be responsible for overseeing the daily production of our social media platforms in English. The role requires creativity, strong attention to detail and the ability to work to tight deadlines.

Responsibilities

  • Uploading, designing/typesetting and editing English-language WeChat posts according to daily publishing schedule

  • Liasing with Editorial, Sales and Marketing teams regarding client requests and support

  • Managing competitions, receiving entries and sending out prizes

  • Overseeing social media engagement with followers

  • Managing events calendar

Requirements

  • English-language writing skills, with a strong grasp of spelling, grammar, punctuation and style

  • Bilingual communication skills and the ability to adapt to a bilingual working environment

  • Excellent communication skills and team spirit

  • Organized, detail-oriented and able to meet deadlines

  • Relevant work experience in writing, editing, publishing and content creation preferred

Interested in applying?

To apply, send an email with your CV and cover letter to hr@urbanatomy.com with the subject Social Media Intern.

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