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HR & Marketing Intern

Posted by: Jeff Greenberg | Posted on: October 18, 2021 | 0 Comments

How does the role fit?

The Kitchen Coop is looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic person to be part of our team. TKC’s Intern will have the opportunity to learn, and various opportunities to contribute, depending on the specific interests of the individual.  Primary opportunities exist helping the Operations department with HR support AND the Service Department with Client & Supplier connectivity, and or both! The Intern will learn important skills in both HR & Marketing: screening & hiring prospective employees, shepherding new employees through onboarding and training, advancing conversations with clients and prospects.  As a part-time member of a small team, the Intern will be exposed to many aspects of the natural Food Industry. TKC would be a great launching point for anyone interested in the world of food start-up and product development.

Essential Job Duties:

Communications

  • Responding to service inquiries and talking with food brand owners and product or project managers
  • Executing company correspondence and communications with Clients, Prospects, and Staff: emails, appointments, notices, bulletins, appointments, etc.
  • Posting web content, and updating social media and other outlets on behalf of the company and perhaps its Brand partners.

HR

  • Talking with employees to improve employee engagement and enjoyment
  • Helping our team recruit additional employees
  • Onboarding new employees and facilitating employee training and enrichment programs.
  • Assisting with event coordination including managing all the logistics for client visits, employee meetings, trainings, etc.

 

Skill/Ability:

  • Ability to talk plainly and relate to others shall be paramount.
  • Spanish fluency would be a huge plus and candidates who are bilingual shall be preferred.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Willingness to find answers, and then ask questions of others
  • Ability to communicate professionally and kindly with a diverse group of people.

 

Job Qualifications:

Education: High school diploma or above.  Bachelor’s degree or candidacy preferred.

Experience:  As this is an internship to gain experience, any work experience shall be considered as part of the evaluation.

Hours: There is flexibility for the Intern to work an hour or two a few days each week and perhaps half a day every or every other week for an average of 10-15 hours weekly.

Compensation: This is a paid internship. 

If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter including schedule availability through the linked online form.

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