In the Story and Communications Management department in the Public Fans Directorate
we are looking from mid July 2022 (or later)
for a period of three to six months
an intern (m/f/d)
for the communication management team.
You will become a full member of the amateur football communication team.
You take on editorial tasks, write text for the different platforms of the DFB.
You work in internal working groups.
You support the organization and implementation of conferences/workshops with the press spokespersons and social media employees of the state and regional associations.
You support the cooperation with external service providers.
You support in communication management on other topics such as 3rd league, internal communication.
You are a student preferably in the field of communication science / media science / sports management / sports science.
You have experience in print and/or online journalism.
You bring a good letter.
You have a high affinity for amateur football.
team player and reliable;
resilient and hardworking;
open and communicative.
You've been part of the DFB team from day one.
With us, you will enter demanding areas of work and take on exciting tasks.
Our large intern network offers many opportunities to exchange experiences.
In addition to the legal requirements, we pay the minimum wage of around 1,800 euros per month for all compulsory and voluntary interns.
The application deadline is May 31, 2022.
The German Football Association (DFB) is the association of state associations, regional associations and the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga eV (DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga) in which soccer is played.The most important task of the DFB is the organization of football in championship games and competitions.The DFB represents the interests of its member associations at home and abroad.With more than 7 million members, the DFB is one of the largest sports associations in the world.The DFB acts with social and socio-political responsibility and feels strongly connected to the idea of fair play.Leisure and popular sports are also subject to his special support.
The DFB wants to organize football in a sustainable and successful manner and use its diverse potential responsibly to maintain and strengthen the democratic and ethical foundations of a free society.He is committed to quality, objectivity, honesty, fairness and integrity as key requirements for mutual success.
The DFB stands for inclusion and diversity.Therefore, we emphatically welcome all applications regardless of gender, age, cultural, religious or social background, sexual orientation or disability of the applicants.If you have special requirements regarding the application process, we ask you to mention them in your cover letter.We welcome applicants of all nationalities with permission to practice a profession in Germany.