I was a part of the marketing team which managed and oversaw the UEFA EURO 2020 campaign. This entailed in me being a part of the war rooms during events, as well as daily meetings with members of our transnational teams. I was also responsible for analysing data and trends. I was also given the opportunity to work with the music team and help programme music for the flagship EURO2020 playlist on the platform.
I was recruited for a particular event, the Euro 2020, so as my internship was depended on many external factors each day was different. But I usually started by doing a note of the news, trends of the day on each platform (TikTok / Instagram / Twitter..). The rest of the day was more devoted to preparing for the day's matches, creating assets.. Other missions were also sometimes added, such as translating and copywriting videos related to the events, preparing Ed Sheeran's performance for the TikTok UEFA Euro show. The missions were really diverse and varied, everyday was different and challenging.
Own interview scheduling and tracking process; communicate logistics to both candidates and hiring teams. Manage candidate reimbursement process. Collaborate with recruiters and hiring managers to improve candidate experience, recruiting process, and efficiency. Contribute and support a variety of Talent Acquisition initiatives to drive best in class approach to hiring.
Everyday was different, some days I would follow up on the tasks from the day before such as keeping up with new trends and reporting them whilst thinking of ideas to expand on them, others I would be asked to translate videos and write the subtitles, or take calls for organisational purposes for the matches.
I worked as a Research intern supporting my direct lead with existing research studies and progressing to conducting and deploying my own. I took on other responsibilities such as creating slide training for agencies, and creating training videos for cross-functional teams.
I worked closely with my manager to benchmark some technologies. This meant my work cycle followed research/ Learning on the topic; Editing/ writing code; testing/ collecting data; Doing a write-up. So my day-to-day task would be based on what stage of the cycle I was on.