down-to-earth colleagues who do serious work, but dont take themselves too seriously.The OpportunityWe are looking for an Intern to join us our Internal Communications Team - this is an excellent opportunity for someone looking for experience to start their career in Internal CommunicationsWe are looking for someone to start with us in either June or July and be with us until September (the internship will last to a maximum of 12 weeks).We are ideally looking to offer this internship on a full time (40 hours per week basis), but we can be flexible to 15-20 hours per week, if your schedule does not currently allow for a full-time roleThis will be a paid internship, paid on an hourly-rate basisWho this role will be perfect for: You will currently be studying towards a Bachelors degree, or be a recent graduate, who has and have a passion for communications, considering it as a possible career-of-choiceYoull have coursework in creative writing, journalism, communications,
marketing, or relatedExperience in writing for school or University newspaper or publication is idealYoull have the ability to come up with new and creative story ideas, which may range from serious to more light-hearted, human interest storiesYoull be a creative and innovative thinker who pushes boundaries when necessaryYoull also need to be a high energy self-starter, with an eagerness to learnJob Overview:As Internal Communications Intern you will be:Content development, Writing and Editing: Copy editing and proofreading of all internal communications.Collecting and writing submissions for the firms regular This-Week-in-OW post and share on the firm-wide Slack channel.Supporting in the creation and development of European internal communications.Campaign development and Project Management: Help progress various internal communication projects and campaigns on a variety of topics (firm strategy, client work, social impact projects, leadership changes, Mental
Health & Wellness initiative, etc.) in the form of:Helping with writing and formatting of internal broadcast e-mails from senior leaders to all employeesWorking closely with the firms global Mental Health & Wellness team to develop and execute internal communications campaigns.Helping develop podcast channels for senior leaders to share with all employees (coordinate logistics, content creation, overseeing the audio recording team).Helping to implement the global communications strategy in migrating the firms intranet to a new software platform.Assisting in the launch and implementation of hybrid work programs, as part of a firm wide Evolving Together initiative.Support the UK & Ireland office to develop new engagement strategies and maintain some of the content on the local office intranet page.Technical Skills that would be advantageous:Youll have knowledge of design programs, MS Office Suite (especially Outlook), G-Suite, podcasting technologies,
LinkedIn, Slack, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, WordPress, SharePoint Online, Java Script and HTML is ideal or a willingness to learn some of them quickly.To learn more, please follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter: OliverWyman. www.oliverwyman.com/careers At Oliver Wyman we do not unlawfully discriminate against anyone and we are particularly mindful of the requirements to prohibit discrimination based on nine protected characteristics namely: age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, sex, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity. Additionally, we pay close attention to work/life balance and family life, military status and personality types. Marsh & McLennan Companies and its Affiliates are EOE Minority/Female/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity employers.