HR Contact

Christa Fellner
Human Resources

Online Marketing Intern — Facebook & Display

Apply now

About the Role

Location: Munich
Employment type: intern
Schedule: full-time
The Online Marketing Department is responsible for attracting new members from around the world via desktop and mobile campaigns on the main paid online marketing channels (e.g. Facebook, SEA, Display) as well as through organic traffic (e.g. SEO). The Online Marketing Intern – Facebook & Display reports to the Senior Manager and contributes to the development of the paid advertising channels.

As an Online Marketing Intern – Facebook & Display at InterNations, you will:
  • create and implement advertising copy for specific target groups
  • monitor ads’ and campaigns’ performance by analyzing the relevant data and KPIs
  • optimize ads and campaigns to meet performance goals
  • test new Display channels

You meet the following requirements:
  • you are a university student in business administration, marketing or related fields
  • the internship is a compulsory part of your course of studies and you are available for at least 6 months, various starting dates
  • you are not afraid of handling large amounts of data and you have a good knowledge of Excel as well as other MS-Office and internet applications
  • you are proactive and self-motivated and you can work independently
  • you are interested in social media and digital advertising
  • native-speaker level written and spoken English

Are you the right one for the job?
Then send us your application (CV and cover letter) today!

Please note: We can only accept applications from those who must complete an internship for a minimum of 6 months as part of their degree.

About us

The InterNations team

At InterNations, we’re dedicated to making expat life a great experience! With more than 3.7 million members in 420 cities, InterNations is the biggest global community for expats. We offer regular local events, interest-based groups, and useful information to help our members feel at home abroad. What started as an idea over ten years ago is now changing the lives of expats and global minds around the world every day. With team members from around 50 countries, we believe in the benefits of cultural exchange and the power of bringing people together. Together we’re constantly growing, learning, and coming up with new ways for our members to meet other international people and enjoy life abroad.

Benefits of working at InterNations:

  • a growing, dynamic company with an international team
  • a friendly atmosphere and the space to pursue your ideas
  • a centrally located office in Munich and an office near the beach in Porto
  • support with your visa application
  • 28 paid vacation days + special paid leave
  • the option to take a sabbatical after 3 years with InterNations
  • part-time work contracts possible
  • Albatross Membership for team members and their partners
  • XING Premium membership
  • regular team events and trips. Last year we brought the whole company to Maresme in Spain
  • a weekly team breakfast, plus coffee, fresh fruit, in-house yoga sessions, and gym discounts (depending on location)
  • regular workshops, training sessions, cross-departmental projects & exchanges
  • annual internal hackathon and a culture fostering open-source contributions

At InterNations, you’ll be working in a friendly atmosphere geared to bring out your creativity and independence. With our flat organizational structure, you’ll have a lot of room to pursue your own ideas. If you’re a working parent, you’ll find the flexibility you need to support your work-life balance. Start your work week off on the right foot with a weekly team breakfast and get your creative juices going with a free flow of coffee. When inspiration strikes, bounce around new ideas over a game of table football. And as we value building strong connections between our team members, you can look forward to a regular lunch lottery, language tandems, and an annual team-building activity.

HR Contact

Christa Fellner
Human Resources