INTERNSHIP 60 TO 80% IN THE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
Are you enthusiastic about football, have an affinity for social media, communication, the production of cool content and would you like to work "on the front lines" when our national teams are on duty? Then we have something for you: The communications department of the Swiss Football Association (SFV) is looking for an intern for at least eight months as of August 1, 2023 or by agreement.
You bring the following skills with you:
Experience in communications and/or journalism
Training or studies in the field of journalism / media and communication / or similar
Native language German or French with good to very good knowledge of the other language
Knowledge of Italian and/or English is an advantage
Knowledge and experience with Adobe programs (especially Photoshop, InDesign and Premiere Pro)
Experience in the content area (photography, video journalism, podcast, etc.) is a great advantage
Category B driver's license
Great interest in Swiss football and the Swiss national teams
Flexibility regarding evening and weekend work
Stress resistance, quick comprehension, ability to work in a team and independent work
What we can offer you:
An insight into the communication of the SFV and the Swiss national teams
Opportunity to be able to work "at the front" after a short time and to gain valuable experience
Opportunity to contribute your own ideas and concepts to the largest sports association in the country
Unique experiences and emotions at the pulse of Swiss football
Are you interested? Then send your application dossier (letter of motivation, CV) by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Co-Head of Content Team and Media Officer A-National Team Men)
Questions about the job content: Sergio Affuso, Co-Head of Content Team, 079 394 14 18, or Fabian Michel, Co-Head of Content Team, 079 658 06 79.
The Swiss Football Association pays attention to the different needs and life experiences of its employees and promotes their diversity. Equal treatment enjoys the highest priority. Unfortunately, women are still underrepresented in our association, which is why their applications are particularly welcome.