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Ge Early Career Graduate Internship Program 2022 [Communications Support]

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GE Early Career Graduate Internship Program (ECGIP) is now open for application from suitably qualified young African graduates to be trained as a communication analyst. General Electric (GE) is building the energy technologies of the future and providing the cleaner, more efficient power people depend on today.

As a Communications support intern – your role under the Early Career Graduate Internship Program (ECGIP) will be focused on marketing communications, organizational communications and community relations support.

Company/Organisation(s): General Electric (GE)

Program Type: Graduate Internship Program

Program Location:  Nigeria, South Africa & Ghana

Program Duration: Not Specified

Available Slot: Not specified

Basic Qualifications: Recent Graduates

Nationality: Africans

GE Early Career Graduate Internship Program | What to Expect

As a communication analyst under the GE Early Career Graduate Internship Program, you will:

Support to develop, execute & maintain a holistic communications plan

Support content creation for internal and external communication channels, including writing, editing, interviews, videography, etc.

Support to design and execute the overall internal communication strategy to drive employee engagement through story development and writing for internal articles, newsletters, employee emails and key events and milestones

Provide required administrative support such as event coordination, marketing campaigns management, manage internal meetings and processes, presentations, reporting metrics etc.

Provide support and develop content for a wide range of traditional and digital communications platforms including websites, social media platforms and external sites

Assist in executing the overall external communications strategy, campaigns and media engagement activities that support business objectives.

Support in executing community relations and affinity groups’ calendar

Eligibility

Applicants must be an African

Experience (1-2 years) through an internship or other communications work experience

Academic excellence in Arts and humanities (preference for Marketing, Communications, Languages, International Relations or Social Sciences)

Demonstrated leadership ability and initiative

Strong communication, interpersonal and influencing skills

For Nigeria, NYSC discharge or exemption certificate (for Nigeria)

How to Apply

To to apply for the GE Early Career Graduate Internship Program as acommunication analyst, interested applicants will proceed by filling and submitting the online application form for the program.

You can submit personal and professional information by uploading a resume or by importing a profile from a third-party service. The system will automatically extract the relevant information from the profile or the resume and fill out part of the online submission.

Application Deadline: Not Specified

Website; https://jobs.gecareers.com/global/en/job/R3612233/Communications-Analyst-ECGIP

 

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