Reports To: Courtney Drasner, Client Services Manager & Chris Tuttle, Principal & CEO
- Please note that this is for remote work - you do not have to be based in New York City. -
The Communications Intern is responsible for supporting the administrative, communications, and production aspects of virtual and hybrid events for TuttleCo clients and will work closely with colleagues to assist in the execution of powerful virtual and hybrid events. As a valued member of a lean digital team, the Communications Intern may also play a role in supporting colleagues with digital strategy and campaign implementation efforts.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Availability to perform in-person and on-site broadcasting and Audio/Video equipment troubleshooting
- Reviewing broadcast documentation to ensure a thorough understanding of the program
- Update various points of client access to the virtual broadcast studio and streaming locations
- General administrative tasks
- Review and draft event and website copy
- Manage and schedule calendar appointments
- Participate in client meetings, as needed.
- Regularly attend 1-on-1s, Communications Department, and Team Tuttle meetings.
- Support TuttleCo and our clients in advancing racial justice, gender equity, and LGBTQ+ equality, and prioritizing accessibility and inclusivity in all we do.
TuttleCo is a remote agency with employees working from home and other locations. Due to the need to conduct client and staff meetings, employees will occasionally need a private space for client conversations and live events.
As a Communications Intern for a digital strategy agency, it’s important our clients see us as an example of how great their broadcasts can be. To support client work, TuttleCo provides all staff with necessary equipment and a tech stipend to partially reimburse personal internet and mobile phone expenses.
Competencies of strong candidates include:
- Knowledge and experience in nonprofit event management.
Familiarity with web streaming platforms is appreciated (such as StreamYard, OBS, Vimeo, Zoom, Twitch, etc.)
- Familiarity with email marketing platforms is appreciated (such as Constant Contact, Mailchimp, Pardot/Salesforce, etc.)
- Familiarity with web design a plus
- Ability to collaborate clearly and effectively with colleagues in support of client needs, particularly while working remotely.
- Ability to independently manage projects and tasks, and work collaboratively on projects, as needed
- Excellent communication skills—in person, on the phone, by video, and in writing.
- Values and fosters learning and growth in themselves and others.
- Actively advance equity and inclusivity in their day-to-day work.
- Interested in digital and technology.
- Experience with using MacOS and Google Workspace (formerly G Suite); additionally, experience with Wrike Project Management, Canva, iMovie, and/or WordPress (or similar platforms) is appreciated, but not required.
TuttleCo is a queer- and disability-owned business that celebrates equity, diversity, and inclusiveness on our team, with our clients, and among our partners. We strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people to apply.
The Communications Intern is a temporary part-time intern position on the TuttleCo team to be engaged for 90-days from hire. Pay for this position is $17/hr with an expectation of 10/hours of work a week.
Additionally, benefits for part-time employees include:
- Flexible Scheduling
- Unlimited Time Off, including ten unpaid holidays
- $50/monthly tech stipend (reimbursement for high-speed internet & personal phone usage)
- Employer matched donations to social good nonprofits (100% match up to $150 per employee per year)
How to Apply
We welcome applications from candidates who are interested in working remotely. Once it is safe to travel and meet in person, periodic travel in the US for client meetings and events may be requested.
Qualified candidates should submit a personalized cover letter and resume by visiting our website at ------------