Internal Communications Intern

Job Description
The Internal Communications Intern will provide support to the Internal Communications Manager, and will collaborate with others throughout the company for the purpose of creating value-added and interesting communications for employees.
Plan, research, write, edit and publish articles of interest to the company intranet and applicable social networks. Considers the audience and develops material that resonates, engages and informs.
Collaborate with internal, PR and social media teams to leverage content and enhance communications overall
Assist with development and orchestration of company all-hands, leadership, and other company events as assigned. Duties may include speaker prep and refining presentations.
Research, write and pitch communications plans for various company initiatives
Participate in weekly internal communications calls with other Munich Re entities
Participate in brainstorm sessions as necessary and appropriate
Assist with development of video for internal use
Proactive, detail oriented, creative thinker
Comfortable with and proficient at interviewing others
Must be an excellent written and oral communicator
Ability to juggle multiple projects / assignments at once
Open to feedback from others
Willing to meet with top level leadership to assist with communication needs
Very knowledgeable with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint; knowledge of Sharepoint 2013 and Adobe Photoshop 2015 a plus
Please submit 3-5 writing samples along with a resume and cover letter.
Must be a current college student during the summer of 2019 to be eligible for this position
Preferred majors: Marketing, English, Public Relations, Communication Arts
Minimum G.P.A.: 3.2+
Strong preference given to students who are juniors or rising seniors
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Additional Information
The 2019 Summer Internship is a 12 week program. The dates for 2019 are 5/13/19 - 8/2/19.
Program events include the following:
Intern Service Day
12 week project with interns from other departments
Exposure to senior-level management
Breakfast with the CEO

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