JALA is looking for a Marketing Intern who will conduct research on market trends, competitors, and customer behavior. The Marketing Intern will also collect and analyze data to understand the target audience and their preferences. The candidate must have basic understanding of social media platforms and trends, and be able to work collaboratively in a team setting.
Roles & Responsibilities
Conduct research on market trends, competitors, and customer behavior
Collect and analyze data to understand the target audience and their preferences
Assist in the development and execution of marketing campaigns
Help track campaign performance and prepare reports
Work collaboratively with other departments on marketing-related projects
Participate in team meetings and brainstorming sessions
Assist with general administrative tasks within the marketing department
Help organize and maintain marketing materials and digital assets
Skills & Capabilities
Previous internship or work experience in a marketing role is a plus
Basic understanding of social media platforms and trends
Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting
Creative thinker with a proactive attitude
Mandatory support that we provide through BPJS Kesehatan and additional private insurance (only for permanent employees).
Accommodating employment security through the BPJSTK program.
Annual Bonus Scheme
Applies to all staff with a value of up to 10% of salary (*T&C applies).
Hybrid Work System
Flexible start and end working hours according to your responsibilities.
Encouraging every Warga JALA to continue developing by providing interesting classes and discussions in various fields.
Monthly agenda to maintain the mood and comfort of Warga JALA.
JALA is a technology company in the aquaculture industry that develops solutions to increase aquaculture production, profitability, and sustainability. The products and services produced by JALA are implemented in the entire cultivation process to the industrial supply chain. JALA provides end-to-end solutions, starting from the planning phase, access to capital, cultivation operations, handling harvests, opening market access, and ensuring the entire process prioritizes sustainability.