Trainee positions available – August 2020 Intake
Initiated in 1997, the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (EuroCham) is a non-governmental business interest group. EuroCham is a ‘Chamber of Chambers’ with its membership comprising 15 European Chambers based in Hong Kong and 1 in Macau. EuroCham acts as a link between the Hong Kong Government and European businesses, as well as with other stakeholders in Macau and the Greater Bay Area.
EuroCham is currently looking for PR & Marketing an Advocacy & Research interns expected to start in August 2020 for 3-6 months. The desired interns need to have an excellent command of English and Cantonese as well as strong interpersonal and organisational skills. Interns are also expected to be flexible, have an open mind as well as show responsibility and initiative to handle the various tasks involved in the job.
1) PR & Marketing Intern
EuroCham is seeking a talented individual with an interest in social media, digital marketing, event planning and coordination. The intern should ideally be a student in Communications, Marketing or any other relevant fields.
Any previous marketing experience such as creating social media content or working with different digital tools is highly encouraged. Knowledge of Photoshop or Web Design is a plus.
The PR and Marketing intern’s responsibilities will include:
  • Manage various events organised by EuroCham or in collaboration with other national chambers or partners of EuroCham
  • Prepare marketing materials, e.g. business proposals, promotional flyers
  • Manage and grow our online channels (@eurochamhk Instagram account, Facebook page, LinkedIn page, website) by creating engaging content
  • Create new marketing strategies
  • Find sponsors for events
  • Provide clerical and administrative support to the team

 

2) Advocacy & Research intern

EuroCham is seeking a motivated intern to assist Business Councils with research work and formulating position papers for advocacy purposes as well as arranging events and activities related to the Councils’ work. The intern should ideally be a student in European studies, international relations, politics, law, business, marketing, environment, or any other relevant fields. 

EuroCham currently manages six Business Councils representing specific industries:  

  • Intellectual Property Rights Business Council (IPRBC) 
  • Financial Services Business Council (FSBC) 
  • Information and Communication Technology Business Council (ICTBC) 
  • Environment and Energy Business Council (EEBC)
  • European Automotive Council (EAC) 
  • Wine & Spirits Business Council (WSBC) 

The aim of the Business Councils is to discuss common challenges the member companies are facing, provide a platform for dialogue with Hong Kong authorities, and publish position papers to put forward recommendations to the Hong Kong Government. The councils consist of members of the leading companies in their fields in Hong Kong 

The advocacy and research intern’s responsibilities will include: 

  • Participating in the meetings of the councils and assist the council members in the research and analysis of European-related business, trade and investment issues in Hong Kong 
  • Conducting interviews with stakeholders, summarizing information and writing reports 
  • Managing and assisting in various events organized by the councils 
  • Providing clerical and administrative support to the team 
Interns will be located at our office in the heart of Hong Kong Central offering the chance to network with the European business community in Hong Kong.
If you think you have what we are looking for, send your CV and resume to us via email: nuria.sau@eurocham.com.hk

Room 1302, 13/F, 168 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong www.eurocham.com.hk | info@eurocham.com.hk T: 2511 5133 | F: 2511 6833

 

 

 

 

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