Hiring – Administrative & Marketing Intern

2024 Administrative and Marketing Intern
Job Description

Position Description
The Administrative and Marketing Intern role is a non-exempt opportunity, requiring an average commitment of 37.5 hours per week in the office. Reporting to the Director of Communications and Scholarships, the intern collaborates closely with other team members. Compensation is $17 per hour, and preference is given to applicants currently enrolled in college. The position is on-site from Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

This internship spans May to August, potentially extending into the student’s college breaks.

The ideal candidate should possess excellent communication skills, meticulous attention to detail, and a collaborative spirit.

Duties and Responsibilities
o Develop a digital and paper annual report for the foundation’s website, social media, and print copies.
o Support staff in conceptualizing and executing monthly campaigns for donors and fund representatives, following an easy-to-use format.
o Monitor and enhance the foundation’s social media presence, offering suggestions for increased engagement. Create and schedule content for social media, focusing on scholarship opportunities for non-traditional students, college students, and high school seniors. Develop concise versions of donor stories.
o Update the informational video office entrance.
o Curate a swag list for marketing giveaways.
o Research and compose donor stories for the foundation’s website.
o Assist with new board members (and potentially staff members) photos for the website and annual report.
o Aid in planning recognition/gifts for Noble Legacy Society members throughout the year and the next two years.
o Craft thank-you notes for donors, emphasizing good penmanship.
o Answer phone calls, take messages, greet guests/visitors, and manage general office tasks.
o Collaborate with the finance department to handle routine tasks such as scanning documents and shredding.

o Actively take part in and enhance customer service relations with donors, fund representatives, and scholarship recipients.
o Collaborate regularly with other team members.
o Undertake other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Director.
o Attend meetings upon request.
o Occasionally run business errands.
o Familiarize yourself with the CFNC employee handbook.

Updated 1/10/2024

Email resume to Jennifer@cfnoble.org