Marketing Intern
Publishers Clearing House - Port Washington, NY

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Publishers Clearing House (PCH) is a leading interactive media, specialty retail and entertainment company offering a broad range of products, digital entertainment and services to consumers and advertisers. Our success is based on PCH's unique, free-to-play, chance-to-win value proposition, the trusted first party relationship we maintain with millions of consumers and the excitement of the Publishers Clearing House brand.

PCH is looking for a self-motivated, eager college student to join our team as a Marketing Intern at our Port Washington, NY office. We are a collaborative team who values input from everyone and you will have an opportunity to work closely with the Marketing team on a wide range of projects.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Responsible for tracking the response of current mailings
  • Build and maintain monthly spreadsheets
  • Assist with invoices
  • Create charts analyzing the performance and profitability of current and previous mailings
  • Various research projects and ad-hoc reports as needed

Required Skills/Experience:
  • Preferred major in Marketing, Advertising or Business
  • High energy, team player who works well in a complex, fast-paced, demanding and constantly changing environment
  • Desire to learn and grow
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks with deadlines
  • Must be detail oriented, analytic and organized
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel a plus
  • Previous Marketing internship a plus

Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter online at www.pchjobs.com or by emailing pchres1@pch.com

This is a New York Based position; candidate must reside in the Tri-State Area

PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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