ScienceOpen GmbH - Discovery for academic research
ScienceOpen is a new platform for scientific communication. From informal networks to open access services for publishers, it offers a full spectrum of options to effectivly discover and share research results.
Working Student for Scientific Communication, Marketing and Outreach
ScienceOpen is a freely accessible network for aggregating, sharing, and evaluating research information with over 70 million Open Access articles and records. An innovative young company located in Berlin and Boston, ScienceOpen strives to develop new solutions for scholarly publishing.
We are currently seeking a motivated student to join our team as Student Assistant for Communication and Outreach to support our sales, marketing and outreach activities. We are a small but dynamic team located in Prenzlauer Berg. You would be responsible for
Promotion of ScienceOpen content on Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels
Support in developing and implementing social media marketing campaigns
Writing and publishing blog posts on general topics in scholarly publishing, as well as promoting customer content and new features on the platform
Working with customers on marketing strategies
Preparing and distributing press releases
Outreach to researchers and support in developing article Collections
Back office research and statistics
You should have an interest in scientific communication, good organizational and writing skills and a high level of English fluency. Any experience in the fields of media and communication, publishing, library science or marketing would be valuable. Experience with social media channels such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. preferred. We are looking for student support for 20 hours / week with a compensation of 12 € / hour. Because of the complexity of the subject and the resulting training time, we require at least a 6-month commitment.
What we offer:
We offer insight into the Open Access publishing industry and hands on experience for training and honing your communications skills within the framework of an open knowledge goal.