As an intern at Adobe my role involves working on marketing campaigns to target the student audience in the UK! Although my day-to-day work is completely versatile, I interact daily with internal and external stakeholders as well as agencies, in order to complete daily tasks which supports the progress of our campaigns! From team meetings, to working independently, I always utilise my creativity, innovative thinking, problem solving and project management to ensure that I complete my work to a set deadline!
This placement involves applying a variety of skills, including general business acumen and ExCel. The majority of the work has had me assist the sales team in the early sales stages, such as acquiring contacts and initiating the sales process. I have also had the opportunity to understand Adobe's other related departments and its products in great detail.
Research and develop a solution for a smart assistant. Mostly research, training the model and coding the necessary framework for testing/using it. Some work, a daily meeting of 30 minutes, some more work until lunch, then full work until the end of the schedule.
Picking up daily queries from employees and resolving them Weekly team meetings with team, and with manager, and with buddy Working closely with other teams in the business to solve problems Building knowledge on a specialism and being responsible for helping team members with queries relating to this Working on projects to improve processes.
Communicate with the team Fulfill the tasks that I'm assigned each sprint (refreshed every 2 weeks). Give feedback every day during the daily sprint. Come up with new ideas to solve engineering problems. Propose improvements for existing projects Access resources needed for developing the applications Read the documentation of dependent projects Write technical documentation for my own project Follow online courses to develop my skills and learn new ones Have fun while doing all those tasks
The schedule usually is work the first part of the day, daily sync with the team where you get/provide help related to work as well as share your current situation. Meal break and work again. Meetings scheduled depending on need. For my role, I either spend my time researching how technologies worked or solving issues that have been assigned to me, asking questions when not knowing how to proceed or if stuck.
I was responsible to develop an internal tool with two already defined workflows. It involved creating the system architecture and a more detailed diagram for the workflows which continued to actually implement that into a fully functional and tested product which run in production.
This position reports to the Director, International DX Marketing Strategy and Planning. The role will be a valued member and provide vital support to the International Marketing Strategy and Planning team This role is working across a 12 month fixed term basis, and is suitable for those in a gap year of their sandwich degree. Areas of support and contribution include: • Support the development of strategic plans for International Marketing • Support strategy and planning team to set annual team goals, drive progress and measure outcomes • Provide analytical and presentation development support to ensure effective budget communication and governance • Contribute to the facilitation and document output for priority functional workstreams, including • Campaign Strategy & Content • Measurement and Reporting • Field Marketing & Business Development • Digital and Web • Executive Engagement and large-scale events • MarTech and Operation
Meeting with Stakeholders and team members Understanding stakeholder issues and solving problems that support business objectives Setting up projects that support large scale projects for Finance Department Creating Powerpoint presentations Creating intern project Presenting to team and stakeholders Attending Webinars and team meetings
On a day-to-day basis, I generally learn a new technology or work on my internship project. The day starts with a daily half-hour scrum meeting and at the end of every scrum sprint, we would plan the next one for one hour. After that, I usually work on my project or plan a meeting with my supervisor in order to discuss the project. Anytime I encountered a problem I had the possibility to ask my supervisor for help.
I was given a project which I worked on mostly on my own. This internship was remote and I had a short meeting with my mentor everyday. I worked on developing a webapp that helps people understand creative processes better and brainstorming solutions to the open ended problem and then implementing them myself. During the start of the internship, I spent a lot of time teaching myself new programming languages I have not used before. The rest of the internship was spent on developing the tool. Note: This is a research internship role, not a software dev one.