Intern

A global, digital creative group is looking for an ambitious intern to join our New York team.

At Bravvura, we stand for meaningful, long-lasting connections between our clients and their customers through tailor-made strategies incorporating a custom-blend of creative and technology. We work beyond borders and bring influences from different countries, industries and backgrounds to deliver diverse and innovative work. We believe in breaking down barriers to build better solutions.

Bravvura is a place for people who have outgrown the confines of a typical working environment. We’re committed to helping our employees grow across disciplines and continuously chase innovation and inspiration, even when it comes to the small stuff. We rely on our employees to drive change at Bravvura because “it’s always been done that way” is never good enough.

The ideal candidate :

  • Is interested in a career in the marketing, advertising, or technology space
  • Is ready to contribute at a professional level

Responsibilities :

  • Develop an understanding of the roles of different teams and team members while coordinating schedules and joining meetings
  • Determine the size and breath of your role as you explore your interests and prove your competencies
  • Gain exposure to different teams and develop new skills that you’ll use in your career

Skills Required :

  • a willingness to learn
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc.)
  • Excellent written, communication, and interpersonal skills

Ready to get to work? We’d love to meet you.

Send your resume, cover letter, a short introduction, and links to your accomplishments to Imagine@Bravvura.com with the subject line: Intern

In your cover letter, please do one, some, or all of the following:

  1. Tell us why you’re uniquely awesome, in general or specifically. 
  2. Link us to your favorite tweet. 
  3. Share a book, movie, music, or pop-culture recommendation.  
  4. Let us know if you would rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck. Why?  
  5. Tell us the failure you are most proud of in your career/life. Why?