New Business Development Intern

Location: Virtual (Oklahoma City-area strongly preferred)

Employment Type: Part-time Freelance (20 hours per week at $10-$12 per hour based on experience; exact schedule flexible) 

Your core responsibilities would include:

Managing agency sales pipeline, specifically:

  • Researching to build database of relevant prospects for sales team 

Supporting New Business Team, specifically:

  • Working closely with team to develop a process for vetting inbound leads coming through agency website
  • Identifying promising leads based on criteria established by sales team and scheduling meetings between leads and team 
  • Note taking and capturing action items during new business meetings
  • Keeping track of progress in lead development process

Collaborating with Marketing Team, specifically:

  • Identifying highest performing marketing content and suggesting new content ideas based on analytics
  • Brainstorming content to appeal to prospects in pipeline
  • Working with marketing team to launch new marketing content

You must: 

  • Have or be working toward a bachelor’s degree or higher in communications, advertising, marketing, journalism / PR, business or related field
  • Have previous experience with or be comfortable learning sales enablement software like Salesforce and HubSpot
  • Have previous experience with or be comfortable learning Google Professional Tools (e.g., Calendar, Docs, Sheets, etc.)
  • Have outstanding organizational, presentation, communication, coordination, problem-solving, critical / proactive thinking and negotiation skills
  • Demonstrate very strong written communication skills 
  • Be able to work remotely with team members across all US time zones
  • Have a computer and reliable internet access during business hours

How to apply:

Send your cover letter and résumé to with the subject line: “YOUR NAME Applying for Business Development Intern”. Make sure to include a few extras for us:

  • One Tweet (no more than 140 characters) that tells us what sets you apart from other applicants
  • The best piece of visual content (e.g., an infographic) you’ve seen a brand publish
  • Your favorite project that you’ve ever worked on and why
  • The top three social channels you spend your time on

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