Fall Communications Intern Needed
Lamoille FiberNet is looking for an intern to assist with marketing and communications for fall 2023. If you want to learn how to track and expand the public presence of a municipal organization and get some experience in public and community relations, this position could be a great fit.
In this internship, you’ll be helping to bring high-speed Internet access to unserved and underserved homes and businesses throughout Lamoille County, engaging community support and stakeholders on behalf of Lamoille FiberNet. Lamoille FiberNet is a communication union district, governed by appointed representatives from each Lamoille County municipality.
You’ll learn how to track the effectiveness of our website, MailChimp newsletter and social media platforms, including Front Porch Forum, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as tools to promote awareness of the ongoing Lamoille FiberNet fiber network buildout. You will generate and manage tailored content, and since Lamoille FiberNet is a grant-funded municipality, you’ll also learn about working within regulations and grant requirements.
This paid position is 20 hours per week, flextime, working in our Morrisville office and remotely. If you’re a self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills, and you would enjoy working with a team to give Lamoille FiberNet’s member communities greater access to online education, telehealth and economic development opportunities, please check out the full job description here.
Applications must include a cover letter and resume — no phone calls please.
Lamoille FiberNet is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Those who identify as women and non-binary, people of color, veterans, individuals with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and other individuals from underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.
Lamoille FiberNet’s Vision is that every home and business in our territory will be connected to fast, reliable internet service. Our mission is to prioritize access to unserved and underserved addresses to symmetrical, high speed, and affordable internet service — as soon as possible.