US Water Services/Utility Chemicals Marketing Communications Intern in St. Michael, Minnesota

US Water Services, Inc. Job ID 2018-1251 Job Locations US-MN-St. Michael Category Marketing Communications & Sales Support Type Temporary Non Exempt U.S. Water Services is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability. Overview We are the Future of Water! At U.S. Water, we have a PASSION for developing and delivering unconventional solutions that leave the world a better place with better water. Discover how you fit into the Best Place to Work in Water with a 2018 summer marketing internship. This is an excellent opportunity to see if you enjoy a fast paced, high growth, energetic and customer focused environment. We place strong emphasis on experiential learning and have designed your internship to serve as a first step toward an excellent career with U.S. Water. Responsibilities Support the development and execution of marketing programs to promote U.S. Water's brand. Create sales and marketing materials, including literature, advertisements, internal and external newsletters, press releases, case studies, articles, exhibit materials, mail campaigns, internal and external messaging, signage, vehicle graphics, etc. Support social media campaigns through development of content and creative design. Assist with writing of content for company websites, both external and internal. Assist with writing of content for award nominations for U.S. Water. Assist with execution of mail campaigns. Assist with promotional material distribution. Assist in tradeshow/event coordination and material development. Gather, analyze and present information about U.S. Water markets and initiatives. Provide administrative support to the Marketing Communications team. **This position could be focused on specific areas such as internal versus external communications, specific industries, or types of communications such as social media.