Are you looking for experience in a global digital agency?

You will have the opportunity to try the digital agency world to see if it's for you! Developing talent is part of our DNA, and in fact many of our long-term employees started as interns. This program is a fast-track to launch your career with regular learning opportunities, mentorship and real client work.

During your initial onboarding, you will embark on a custom-built learning journey to understand what we do, who we are, and how we engage our people and clients. You will attend exclusive soft-skill building webinars spanning professional development, leadership, innovation, and diversity & inclusion. Whether you are in a city with one of our offices, or joining us remotely, you'll have an amazing summer of learning, networking and experience.

Our goal is to show you the amazing work we do here at Critical Mass and be able to offer our new graduates a full-time opportunity so you can grow your career with us!

Who are we? We're Honest, Inspired, Driven, Purposeful, Real and Equal.


You Will:

  • Organize and set agendas for weekly client meetings.
  • Assume ad-hoc requests and assist in the coordination, preparation, and promotion of small projects and special events.
  • Attend meetings and document information from those meetings.
  • Prepare appropriate presentations and present data from spreadsheets.
  • Liaise with Client Services and Project Management teams.
  • Schedule meetings with internal teams, departments, clients, and vendors.
  • Coordinate between agencies in regard to client information and document sharing, meeting scheduling, and communication maintenance.

You Have:

  • Post-secondary education desired.
  • Highly proficient skills in Microsoft Office Suite, Internet browsers, and Keynote.
  • Excellent word-processing skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • A thorough, detail-oriented mindset where organization is prioritized.
  • Ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work well under stress and in a dynamic environment.
  • Effective interpersonal skills and the ability to be a global thinker.
  • Ability to follow up with teams proactively and diligently.

 

Critical Mass is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We do not tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. If you are an individual with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation, please reach out to accommodations@criticalmass.com.

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