If you could write your own job specification for your dream job, what would it look like? How about working for a legendary brand, one that is focused on creating world-class experiences and that you have idolised since you first watched The Lion King?
This dream job could be a reality, Walt Disney Studios Ireland team are currently looking for a Studio Marketing and Publicity Intern to join the team at Disney’s Studio Motion Picture location in Dublin.
In this paid internship the successful candidate will be primarily assisting the marketing and publicity team which is responsible for distributing and marketing Disney content in Ireland.
Within the job specification for this fantastic opportunity, the key areas of responsibility are the following:
- Provide support via campaigns; contacts; publicity and event management
- Production of campaign reports for internal use.
- Administration support on marketing budgets and marketing related SAP.
- Preparation of locally relevant decks (including national/Irish research) for external pitching and communications with trade, promotional & media partners.
- Supporting all appropriate marketing, publicity & event activity.
- General administration duties.
One of the key requirements of the role is you MUST be an undergraduate returning to full-time education and MUST have the right to work in (Republic of) Ireland. If you are currently studying a relevant degree in Marketing, Media or Business and think this could be the perfect position for you, you can read the full job specification here.
The annual salary for this position is €22,000 with 25 days’ holiday (plus bank holidays). You also get discounts at the Disney Store and on Disney products and shows available in Ireland.
Times ticking though, the application deadline for this 12-month paid internship is 29th March 2019. Applications must be submitted online via a link here.
Due to the volume of applications, only applicants who are returning to full-time education in September 2020 will be considered. So if you are a recent graduate thinking you can chance your arm and apply anyway, don't.
Best of luck with your application.