Content Marketing Intern, Public Safety - Spring 2022

Marketing Troy, Michigan


Description

Tyler Technologies is looking to add a Content Marketing Intern to our Public Safety marketing team this spring. This individual will be immersed in Tyler’s successful marketing department and will gain an understanding of the public sector and technology industry, as well as gain valuable experience with database platforms including Microsoft Dynamics Cloud (CRM) and Marketo (Marketing Automation), which are highly sought-after skills in today’s job market.

The Marketing Content Intern will assist with a variety of day to day tasks of the public safety marketing team and will be given exposure to a broad range of marketing responsibilities. The intern will become a part of a 100+ member marketing team, and participate in marketing activities related to support of Tyler’s more than 26,000+ clients across North America.

Responsibilities

  • Write blogs and/or new articles for a variety of publication channels
  • Project manage blog series from strategy to publication
  • Assist in collecting and analyzing data on content performance
  • Assist in editorial strategy with a focus on key messages and SEO
  • Draft suggested social media posts for owned and earned content
  • Liaise with vertical business units on content syndication
  • Research new content placement opportunities

Qualifications

  • Currently an active college student pursuing a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in Marketing, Political Science, or Related Field
  • Exceptional writing skills including exceptional command of proper grammar and punctuation and familiarity with AP Style
  • Able to provide a strong short form writing sample (blog, article, short paper, etc.)
  • Basic knowledge of and interest in the public sector including local, state, and federal governments and school districts
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Outstanding attention to detail including consistency and accuracy in writing; takes time to fact check, proofread, and turn in quality – not rushed – work