Sales, Marketing, and Research InternshipApply
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
INTERNSHIP CANDIDATES MUST BE ENROLLED IN A COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY.
THIS POSITION IS FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2018.
CANDIDATES MUST BE ABLE TO WORK AT LEAST 4 DAYS A WEEK.
THIS IS A PAID INTERNSHIP.
Local Sales provides successful candidates the opportunity to learn from a team of talented, successful and creative Account Executives who call on the top advertising agencies and clients in Chicago who are willing to share their knowledge of the broadcast sales industry with the right candidates.
Our Sales Marketing area develops promotional and revenue generating campaigns for existing and new clients and coordinates prospective audience casting calls locally (when available) for such CBS Programs as "Survivor," "Amazing Race," “Big Brother” and “The Price Is Right,” as well as other client-specific promotions. They also produce commercials and promotional spots for clients as needed.
The Business Development team enhances our traditional sales efforts by calling on new businesses or New-To-TV businesses to share information about television advertising on CBS 2 Chicago. Further, they discuss our ability to produce commercials and media plans for those who have not advertised in broadcast media.
Our Digital Sales department works with advertisers, ad agencies and clients to develop web-based campaigns to compliment traditional broadcast schedules, as well as stand-alone digital campaigns.
Our Community Partnerships section of sales collaborates with current and prospective partners in outreach and educational campaigns that benefit the community and enhance sales.
Interns also respond to viewer calls regarding CBS 2 Chicago and CBS Network programs. They assist the sales team with day to day business and help maintain customer records.
Candidates will assist Account Executives, Sales Management and Sales Assistants with Research Projects, Presentation Preparation, Off-Site Events and Miscellaneous Office Projects. Interns in this area may also participate in assisting the Promotions and TV Executive departments with various projects.
This internship encompasses working with the Research Department. Interns will assist in pulling overnight ratings reports, program analysis reports, one-sheet program reports and preparing presentations.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must be currently enrolled in college and must submit a resume and cover letter detailing their interest, expectations and reasons why an internship in this particular field of broadcasting is of interest to them. Inclusion of two writing samples is preferred. References may be requested.
Proficiency in MS PowerPoint, Excel and Photo Shop is strongly preferred.