Social Media Intern

Passionate about all things art and social media? So are we. Artsy seeks a Social Media Intern to help make the art world more accessible to our 3M+ followers across platforms.

We’re looking for someone highly creative who is a skilled copywriter with a demonstrated passion for connecting people to the art world via social media. You will be responsible for producing content for Artsy’s presence across platforms, supporting ongoing initiatives and partnerships, and assisting with the day-to-day management of Artsy’s overall social media strategy.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Copywriting and copyediting across channels
  • Assisting with content calendar management
  • Creative development for photo/video/graphic assets
  • Social Media ad development and implementation
  • Analytics and reporting

Candidate Qualifications:

  • Experience contributing to successful social media channels (professionally and/or personally)
  • Spectacular organization skills and experience with data-driven decision making
  • Background in art history is strongly preferred
  • Strength in copywriting, photography, editorial strategy, or graphic design a plus
  • All candidates must be currently based in New York City or be willing to relocate to NYC for this position

TO APPLY

This is a paid six month internship and starts immediately in our Manhattan offices. To apply, please submit your resumé and a cover letter here. When you apply, you will be directed to a third party site.

ABOUT ARTSY

Artsy is a global platform for collecting and discovering art.

We think of Artsy less as a business with employees, and more as a community of people who have chosen to work together towards a common goal, and who share a common set of values.

Artsy empowers a global audience to learn about, discover, and collect art. We partner with leading museums, international galleries, auction houses, and art fairs to create the world’s largest marketplace for art, enabling the growth of the entire art market by effectively connecting supply and demand at a global scale.

WHY ARTSY

At Artsy there are no specific work hours or policies, no pointless bureaucracy. We only care that you achieve inspiring results and are a joy to work with. This means you must be highly energetic, enthusiastic, and resourceful—no problem is too big or too small for you to tackle. You will enjoy both responsibility and autonomy in your work.  

WORKING AT ARTSY

Artsy has five core values that will inform your experience at Artsy.

Art x Science: We believe in uniting empathy with logic, emotion with data, and intuition with research in everything we do. Whether in business strategy or design, culture or code, we seek the magic that happens when the often separate worlds of art and science come together.

People are Paramount: We spend extraordinary energy finding the best person for a job—and once found, we give them the trust and autonomy to be CEO of their role. We avoid pointless bureaucracy and prefer to empower people with information rather than limit them with process.

Quality Worthy of Art: We aim to create an experience worthy of all the world’s art and so hold ourselves to the highest standards in all our work. We believe that the best long term quality comes from rapid shipping, iterating, and learning as we go.

Positive Energy: We know positivity and optimism benefit our work, and we harness positive energy as a vehicle towards greater awareness, growth, and collaboration. We believe in cultivating a positive relationship to art as opposed to one based on exclusivity or scarcity.

Openness: We believe in being open with each other and the world—whether in open-sourcing our code, sharing feedback, or building a diverse and inclusive work culture. We believe in bringing our full selves to work and manifesting an open world where everyone has access to art.

Artsy is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, disability, and veteran status.