Paloma's automated messaging platform turns Facebook Messenger into a storefront for top brands like Joybird, Andie Swim, and Care/Of. Our team designs personal shopping conversations, powered on our platform, that help customers find the right products to buy, making them more likely to buy.
We're a small, venture-backed team, taking on a big space.
How we work
We partner with e-commerce and marketing teams at some of the best direct-to-consumer and e-commerce brands, providing services and software to launch their experiences in as little as a week. Once an experience is live, our software tracks performance, helping us to improve and optimize over time.
As a new sales channel, it's our role to provide expertise and best practice to drive the highest performance and ensure the quality of our partner's – and their customer's – experiences.
What you'll do
- Support our Client Solutions team in providing Messenger marketing services to our brand partners
- Compile reporting between Facebook Ads Manager and Paloma's tools into our custom reports
- Be involved in developing the customer experiences and content for shopping in Messenger
- Build and launch partner experiences with Paloma's software
What we're looking for
This is a paid internship of $15/hour for 20–30hrs/week. We're looking for someone available EST mornings who is:
- A current or recent undergraduate student who has or is pursuing a degree in Marketing, Communications or a related field
- Detail-oriented and highly organized
- An excellent communicator
- Familiar with digital advertising – experience with Facebook Ads Manager a plus
- Experience in reporting on performance of marketing efforts
- Has an understanding of how brands interact in the social media landscape, in particular with ecommerce
- Excited to be involved in the growth of both our business, and the businesses we support
Shoot us a note if you’d like to chat!
- Resume showcasing any relevant experience
- A note describing your interest in Paloma, and showcasing your written skills
- An answer to the following question: What is an example of a direct-to-consumer brand that you think has or is succeeding in connecting with their audience on social media? How and in what scenarios? Please include any links or images for reference.