Digital Marketing Intern

Mito has grown from 3 guys, averaging an age of 27, to 10+ teams, with just over 200 people dreaming up clever things every single day (sometimes including weekends). We provide our services in four business units, ranging from brand strategy all the way to digital development. At Mito Performance we improve our clients’ digital performance and increase online sales using a wide variety of data-driven solutions such as PPC, direct media, programmatic, analytics and SEO, working with brands like Nokia, Wizz Air, Decathlon, Cetelem or Share Now.

And we are not looking for an intern because we’re too busy brewing our own coffee. We are on the lookout for someone who wants to start building a career in digital marketing. Someone who can help us out with a wide variety of skills, and gets to participate in real projects with real impact on real brands. So if you’ll give us half a year’s worth of your talent and enthusiasm, we’ll give you access to knowledge and challenges, and some other cool things in return. Sounds like a deal?

What’s all this about?

It’s 6 months of understanding what agency life is all about.

 

It’s an opportunity to learn how a performance project works at an agency: for example how we plan and manage complex global media campaigns, how we measure the users’ behaviour during online shopping or how SEO can help in brand reputation.

What do we expect?

You should be currently enrolled in college or be a recent graduate with a bachelor’s degree in communications or in economics or in business management or in a related field such as advertising. Maybe in all of them, if you’re not a big fan of sleeping. 

Please be available to work 30-40 hours per week.

Advanced Excel or Google Sheets proficiency. If formulas scare the hell out of you, now is the time to say so (Mito Creative might welcome you with open arms).

Pro-activity and a passion for learning.

Fluent Hungarian and English. Speaking, listening, reading, writing, preferably even dreaming.

Strong interest in digital marketing and attention to detalis

Have you noticed the typo? Excellent!

Quick learning skills for new technical and data-driven tools, and an analytical mindset.

What are you going to do?

Contributing to the work of our professional teams, like

PPC or programmatic campaign setup, copywriting and management

Media collaboration execution with international and local websites (such as Forbes Global).

 

Reports and dashboards: measurement monitoring, analysis of incoming data, lessons / conclusions / suggestions / anything that ends with “ons”.

General administration tasks. That might sound boring, and it is. But it’s crucial for the success of a projects.

What do we offer?

A real understanding of things:

30 – 40 weekly working hours / week with flexible working hours according to your studies or your partying habits.

A fair salary. We know you’re going to give your best, and we will honor that not just with kind words.

A client pool with the most ambitious brands and great opportunities. Your work will matter not just for you, but also for your team and your clients, from Nokia to ShareNow.

Full time Mito-ship: nobody will treat you like an intern, you’ll be part of the team and that’s that.

We’ll guide and train you constantly so you won’t feel left behind at any time.

We can’t guarantee anything once the 6 months pass, but if you’re really good and we can work something out, then we’ll definitely work something out.

 

How do you apply?

You can apply with a CV and a short presentation in Hungarian (max. 8 slides) describing what will make a webshop’s digital marketing successful and how would you build the first 2 years of a webshop’s digital marketing, if the goal is to achieve a positive ROI by the end of the second year.

Please use Google Slides for your presentation and insert the link in your CV, so we can access it. We’d urge you to check the permissions, but you’ll do it anyway because of your attention to details, remember?

The deadline for submitting your application is: 24 October 2021

What does the selection process look like?

First, we will review your CV and the presentation you prepared. We will invite the best candidates to an interview, where they can meet their future team and tell us more about themselves. For that matter, we will also ask you to prepare for this meeting by creating a presentation about a specific task.

After the interview we will let you know what we think about your application and presentation(s). No matter the outcome, we’ll give you detailed feedback.

Within two weeks after the interview, we will come back to you with a final decision, hopefully with a big and happy yes!

Digital Marketing Intern