Marketing Internship

Nestlé Academy has built its reputation as a continual innovator over a history of more than a century and a half. So for an ambitious Marketing Intern, it really is the best of both worlds. A safe, secure business with which to start a successful career but, also, the kind of employer that encourages you to try new ways of doing things.

That’s why we’re now looking for people who love exploring ideas. Does that sound like you? For example, have you been wondering what kind of career you might want to develop once you graduate? That bold, impressive ability to look critically at your choices is just what we want to see from the next generation of Nestlé innovators.

 

What can you expect?

Our 10-week Marketing placement will see you undertaking a brand focused project with business critical impact. You might end up working on packaging redesign for one of our brands or with community managers on a digital and social media strategy. Alternatively, you might find yourself working on the internal launch and sampling of a new brand or defining enhanced content on digital, social and other campaign platforms. Whatever the project, it will give you an unmatched entry into a lifelong career.

Join us and you’ll:

  • Analyse market trends as well as the results of previous campaigns for effectiveness
  • Undertake desk research into competitor activity, products and trends
  • Work with advertising and marketing agencies on campaign strategy
  • Support our Brand team by acting as a brand guardian on campaign rollouts
  • Gain the confidence to take clear ownership of deliverables for your 10-week placement

 

Who are we looking for?

In your penultimate year at university, you’ll be highly energised. Creatively minded problem solvers populate the marketing sector, so you’ll need to be one of them. Curious, passionate about brands and consumers, and able to turn complex data analysis into meaningful action plans, you’ll be ready to start your career with a bang.

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