streetfootballworld is a global NGO that harnesses the power of football to tackle some of the greatest social challenges of our time. The organisation’s work supports an international network of over 120 grassroots organisations that use football as a tool to address deep-rooted community issues, ranging from refugee integration in Ireland to gender equality in Kenya. Collectively, the network empowers more than two million disadvantaged young people per year.
COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT INTERN
for our project Common Goal
Common Goal is guided by an ambitious vision: to unite the football industry in the name of social change.
The idea is simple. Football players pledge 1% of their salaries to a collective fund. And we allocate this fund to high-impact football charities based all over the world.
It’s a small commitment that drives big change—building a bridge between the world of professional football and the sustainable development of our planet.
Juan Mata and Mats Hummels have already set the movement in motion. And we want you to join them.
ABOUT THE ROLE
We’re looking for a community management intern to join our talented, passionate team. In the role, you’ll work closely with our communications manager to share compelling content across our social media channels. You’ll also help manage our relationships with professional footballers and media contacts. And, of course, you’ll get to play some football. We love kicking off the day with a game from time to time.
Support in developing and refining our social media strategy
Conceiving, drafting and posting content for our communications channels
Maintaining an active online Common Goal community
Overseeing and improving each stage of the player onboarding journey
Managing our mainstream media contacts
You have a keen and active interest in community management and relationship building
You have some professional experience working in digital communications
You are ideally a native English speaker (bonus points for additional languages)
You are a matriculated university student—preferably in an advanced semester
You buy into our mission and are willing to go the extra mile for the cause
A paid internship of 3-6 months (depending on your status)
Real responsibility from day one and full ownership of your tasks
An immersive experience that connects you to the football industry and charity sector
A stimulating work environment with lovely colleagues and flat hierarchies
The opportunity to be part of a growing movement that’s changing the game for good
Hinweise zur Bewerbung:
Do you think you have what it takes to become our next community management intern? If so, you can get yourself in the game by submitting the following to Andrew Erlanger, email@example.com:
A CV or link to your LinkedIn profile
A 250-300 word cover letter—stating your interest and experience
No more than 400 words on one social media trend or strategy that you would look to implement
Start date is ASAP. Please put the words ‘Community Management Intern’ in the title of your email.
What are you waiting for? Get cracking with the application and help us take our game to the next level.