The Job:

The Content & Strategy Midyear Fellow will join The Foundry team dedicated to best-in-class content within video, print, and digital. Working with the team during the winter and midyear months, you will play an active role in content brainstorms, content campaign strategy, and content creation.

Reporting to the Senior Manager of Content & Strategy, the Content & Strategy Fellow should bring to the table a proficiency in writing and editing, an affinity for telling great stories, and fluency across media channels.

 

You will:

  • Gain real-world experience in the media industry, specifically in the domain of branded and native content – fellowship will include training in ideation, strategy, pitch development, activation, social copywriting, and more
  • Draw on personal interests, educational background, and market research to deliver fresh, strategic thinking on formats, platforms and trends – e.g. cost-efficient video, social-first content, first-to-market ideas, etc.
  • Provide creative expertise on new business opportunities and content proposals
  • Conceive original, best-in-class content campaigns that align with Time Inc.’s diverse audiences and advertiser goals
  • Work with the Senior Manager of Content & Strategy to manage content campaigns from pre-sale to activation to completion
  • Assist with the deployment of post-sale activated concepts across platforms
  • Build relationships and interact with internal teams for updates on campaign performance, as well as new opportunities

 

You are:

  • Knowledgeable: You have a Bachelor’s degree (e.g. Marketing, Communications, PR, Journalism, etc.). Digital media experience through previous internships or entry-level positions is a plus. Agency internship background is preferred. You understand the editorial landscape, fluent in the advertising world, maintain high standards and a sharp eye for detail.
  • Collaborative: You have a demonstrated ability to work across departments with both internal and external stakeholders. You enjoy partnering with others and possess strong project management skills. You thrive under pressure and are motivated by creating content that contributes to a high client retention rate.
  • Organized: You live by prioritization and organization. You’re a born multi-tasker who loves to take on a good challenge – especially on a tight deadline. You see the big picture, but your attention to detail and creative flair make you an invaluable asset to any team.
  • Witty: You’ve always got the perfect retort ready on the tip of your tongue and you know how to make others laugh, or at least crack a smile. You’re a quick thinker with a passion for wordplay, never at a loss for what to say.
  • Fired Up: You’re excited about the dynamic developments in the content space, and enthusiastic about building a career in this ever-evolving field. You thrive on variety and novelty, and enjoy stretching your creativity across categories.
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