Ken Wroy is Looking For Social Media Interns

Ken Wroy

Ken Wroy is an award winning men’s underwear brand that pulls design inspiration from the creative energy of New York. All products are carefully engineered for absolute comfort and hand printed responsibly through fair labor practices. Aiming to help men feel cool and stylish from the inside out, Ken Wroy underwear offers a cutting-edge alternative within today men’s underwear market.

Ken Wroy is a company that believes in having a dynamic work environment. We believe in mentoring more than managing, as we appreciate the skills that each person brings to Ken Wroy’s table. If you are looking to soak in the energy of a bold fashion brand and want to kindle the entrepreneur in you, Ken Wroy is your place to be.

Internship: Social Media Marketer 
What We Are Looking For
  • Work with team to create and maintain social media content for all social media outlets (Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter)
  • Research how other companies successfully employ social media to gain followers and drive sales
  • Analyze Ken Wroy’s social media (what works, what doesn’t, how should we move forward based on this analysis?)
  • Come up with new and innovative ways to promote the brand
  • Establish our social media channels for successful marketing and sales
Responsibilities 

We will be creating a clear social media strategy plan and this will be your guide to follow

Requirements
  • Well-versed in social media! Take ownership of content and production
  • Should be able to come up with not-too-complicated graphics on Photoshop to generate visual content
  •  2-3 days a week, can be flexible with option to work remotely
  • Interested in fashion with focus on menswear and mens fashion and lifestyle brands (Knows about mens underwear is ideal, but we can educate you about this quickly)
  • Knows what’s new, what’s going on in NY and around the world
  • Creative, enthusiastic spirit and solid work ethic
  • Self-starter, able to work independently and take initiative
  • Can bring new ideas to the table and help grow a business
Skills

Required: Adobe Photoshop
Preferred: Amateur Photographer

Next Steps

Visit Ken Wroy an send an email to vasumathi@kenwroy.com with your resume and/or portfolio, and a short letter describing why you want to intern at Ken Wroy and what you can bring to the table! (We accept interns on an ongoing basis, so there is no deadline.)


Internship: Blogger-In-Chief
What we are looking for:

We use our blog to bring traffic to our website and for SEO purposes

  • Work with team to write and maintain our blog
  • Coming up with suitable and interesting pitches for the blog content
  • Research how other companies successfully employ blog to gain traffic and drive sales
  • Analyze Ken Wroy’s traffic sessions on Google analytics
  • Come up with new and innovative posts to boost the brand
Responsibilities

We will be creating a clear blog-strategy plan and this will be your guide to follow

Requirements
  • Well-versed in blogging for brand publicity
  • Should be able to come up with not-too-complicated graphics on Photoshop to generate visual content
  • 2-3 days a week, can be flexible with option to work remotely
  • Interested in fashion with focus on menswear and mens fashion and lifestyle brands (Knows about mens underwear is ideal, but we can educate you about this quickly
  • Knows what’s new, what’s going on in NY and around the world
  • Creative, enthusiastic spirit and solid work ethic
  • Self-starter, able to work independently and take initiative
  • Can bring new ideas to the table and help grow a business
Skills

RequiredAdobe Photoshop
PreferredAmateur Photographer

Next Steps

Visit Ken Wroy an send an email to vasumathi@kenwroy.com with your resume and/or portfolio, and a short letter describing why you want to intern at Ken Wroy and what you can bring to the table! (We accept interns on an ongoing basis, so there is no deadline.)


Interested in listing a job or internship, please email juliette@theemergingdesigner.com.

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