Location: Remote (anywhere from Montana) or in-person work. Our office is located in Missoula, MT.
Open Date: March 6, 2023. Open until filled.
Schedule: April to August 2023. 10 hours/week. Part-time. Flexible start date, flexible schedule. Staff typically works M-F 9 am to 5 pm, so team meetings will be scheduled during those hours.
Pay: $13/hr. to start.
Qualifications: College undergraduate, recent grad, or graduate student pursuing a degree in business, marketing, communications, liberal arts, graphic design, or other relevant field. Strong customer service, detail-oriented, and written and oral communication skills preferred.
Requirements: Internet access to enable remote work. Must either have one’s own computer to use, or the ability to pick up a laptop computer from our Missoula office.
Who we are: Launched in April 2014, the Montana High Tech Business Alliance (the Alliance) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)6 association of more than 200 high tech and manufacturing firms and affiliates. View our website at www.mthightech.org.
Connect tech leaders across the state. The Alliance typically hosts six networking receptions each year in communities like Bozeman, Missoula, and Kalispell as well as online webinars and virtual events.
Promote Montana’s strong high tech and manufacturing sector. The Alliance serves as a voice for high tech, shining a light on the success of our member firms and increasing the visibility and influence of Montana as a growing tech hub.
Accelerate growth through our online jobs portal. The number one barrier to growth for member companies is finding enough talented workers. The Alliance is a matchmaker, helping people find good jobs in Montana that allow them to enjoy our beautiful state and high quality of life.
Doing meaningful work – the intern will directly impact essential activities.
Using your strengths – tasks vary, and duties can be tailored to your interests.
Expanding your career prospects – work with founders and CEOs of Montana’s leading high-tech and manufacturing firms, and add significant experience to your resume.
The Digital Marketing and Jobs Board Coordinator Intern will partner with the executive director, communications coordinator, and intern team on a variety of tasks in support of the day-to-day operations of the Montana High Tech Business Alliance. Supervisors will provide training, resources, and regular feedback to ensure assigned work can be completed successfully.
Responsibilities may include:
Create and edit graphics on Canva to share on social media promoting Alliance content, upcoming events, and member news.
Post to Alliance social media accounts. Compose and schedule regular posts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Monitor and repost content from members.
Work with the team to monitor monthly marketing analytics. Use existing templates to compile data on reach and engagement for digital marketing channels and MHTBA jobs board. Share reports with the team and identify opportunities for improvement.
Assist with website updates. This could include uploading new content such as articles, images, and events as well as editing existing content in Squarespace.
Proactively manage the online jobs board - adding accounts, posting and taking down jobs, featuring new jobs weekly, and promoting jobs on social media.
Outreach to hiring managers to set up accounts, troubleshoot, and approve pending jobs or accounts on the MHTBA Smart Jobs Board.
Recording data in the Jobs Board spreadsheet and keeping information up to date – updating company contacts, noting when jobs were last posted, and marking whether the job was featured on the MHTBA jobs board and/or social media accounts for the week.
Attend and help on-site with events when possible – set-up, clean-up, check-in guests at registration table, take notes, coordinate Zoom participation, take photos and post to social media, etc.
Project Management and Leadership:
Spearhead projects – develop and follow-through with new initiatives.
Bring creative ideas – offer fresh perspective and suggestions for innovative ways to serve our members.
Take ownership of other tasks as requested by supervisors.
Who we’re looking for:
The Montana High Tech Business Alliance is looking for an essential team member who shares our passion for our mission and whose strengths and interests are a good fit for this role. High-tech moves quickly and our staff is small, so the right person for this job can hustle and wear multiple hats. We’re looking for someone who will take initiative. If you don’t know exactly how to do something or run into a roadblock, you jump in and figure it out.
The ideal candidate is conscientious about details and will deliver high-quality work on time. You love to learn and are excited to keep up with an industry that’s always changing. You communicate professionally and believe in great customer service, whether you’re helping a leader in a global software company or a student launching an app in their dorm room.
How to Apply: Please submit resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Christina Henderson, email@example.com.