Campus Rep for New York Times (Spring 2017)
The New York Times, a leading global, multimedia news and information company, is seeking a Campus Representative at your college/university.
We are looking for highly motivated, passionate individuals with a love for news, current events and the desire to keep their fellow students informed.
As a New York Times Collegiate Representative, you will be a brand advocate for the New York Times on your campus. You will be expected to fulfill you role in the following capacities:
Subscription Sign Ups:
You will be expected to meet monthly subscription goals throughout the semester by informing students about the academic price.
You will be involved in brainstorming, creating and executing new marketing initiatives on campus for The New York Times.
This will be achieved through tabling, presenting to classes and student groups, social media marketing, hosting New York Times related events, and communicating with your instructors and peers about the student offer.
Research and Feedback:
You will be asked to collect and give feedback and suggestions regarding the New York Times, putting you on the front lines of marketing research for one of the world most established brands.
This will include conducting focus groups, administering online surveys, and collecting feedback in conversations with students.
We encourage you to apply if you are a regular reader of The New York Times, are outgoing, organized, and are comfortable talking and presenting to your peers and professors.
The ideal candidates will have connections to, or be members of on campus groups and organizations.
You must be a registered subscriber of The New York Times, have an ability to meet deadlines, and respond to requests by program managers in a timely manner.
Prior field marketing experience or brand ambassador experiences are a plus.