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Social Media Intern (Paid plus commission)

Job Description:


The Social Media intern handles lead generation, contacts new prospects and builds relationships through online campaigns. The goal of this position is to take a lead from a marketing list or campaign, qualify the lead through discovery and follow through until a connection is made.

You Might Fit This Role If :

-You are looking for a flexible work opportunity

-You enjoy working independently

-You want to do internet-based work from home


Social Media  Intern positions are part-time (up to 10 hours per week) and highly flexible This position requires 1-4 hours of work per day, 3-5 days a week


Minimum Qualifications:

-Currently living in and legally permitted to work in the United States

-Access to a computer with speakers and access to a smartphone 

-Access to a secure high-speed internet connection

-Basic level of computer operational knowledge, including experience using social media.

-Fluent in English writing skills

-Must be self-motivated and organized

Bad Girl Basics is an online platform committed to educating the next generation of female business leaders, but we can’t do that without a team of passionate employees. That’s why we’re committed to giving every employee the opportunities, resources, and support they need to succeed.

This is a fantastic position for self-starters with a keen work ethic who are motivated, diligent, and have positive communication skills. This position could be a good fit for candidates in or just out of college or who are changing careers and love using Social Media. Backgrounds in Marketing, Sales, Business Administration, and Communications is a plus. This is an internship with the potential to become a full-time opportunity; if the candidate shows promise and exceeds in this role, they may be asked to transition to a permanent position.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • $10 per hour

  • Bonus opportunities!

  • Daily pay!

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $10.00 to $12.00 /hour plus commission