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New Internationalist, Oxford
Deadline for applications: Tuesday 21 April 2015
The New Internationalist is looking for an intern to work three to four days per week to support all aspects of books sales and marketing. We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised individual with interests in ebook production and distribution, direct sales, sales support and online & offline promotion. You will also support other members of the sales and marketing team on occasions.
The paid post lasts for a year, and begins on or near 15 May 2015. There is some flexibility in working hours, between three and four days per week.
To apply, please send an email marked ‘books sales & marketing internship application’ to Dan Raymond-Barker at danrb(at)newint.org including:
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 21 April 2015
Interviews: Week commencing Monday 27 April 2015
Please note: Applications will only be accepted from those who have permission to work in the UK. Successful applicants would be expected to make their own accommodation arrangements in Oxford.
You will also be assigned specific tasks as they are required, where we will try to take account of your existing skills, interests and experience.
The New Internationalist is a workers’ co-operative. As well as being a member of the Sales and Marketing team and attending regular Publications group meetings you will also attend Co-op meetings when teams and groups report. You may be invited, or may request, to join other Co-op meetings or meetings of Business Activity Groups.
Pay is in line with Oxford City Council Living Wage guidelines: £8.69 per hour, or £15,816 pa pro rata (working an average of 3.5 days per week annual pay would be £11071). No overtime payments will be made. Statutory deductions will be made for Income Tax and NI and payment will be made on the nearest working day to the 28th of each month.
Annual holiday leave is 25 days pro rata.
You will report to the Publications Sales and Marketing Manager. Reviews of work will be carried out every three months. This is an opportunity for the intern to assess their work and see how to develop their skills, and to agree targets and objectives.
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