Internship – Web Marketing Specialist

We offer:

  • part time work 9-13/14-18 (possible full time)
  • interesting position in the company, which entering the markets of Central and Eastern Europe and joining the newly formed team in Poland (office in Rzeszow)

  • work for national and international clients

  • a friendly working atmosphere and the possibility of effective development in the company’s structures


  • student status (preferably 3-5 years of study)
  • proficiency in Polish in speech and writing

  • advanced knowledge of spoken and written English

  • correct diction and goog writing manner

  • familiarity with social media
  • willingness and motivation for Google training and SEO / SEM extension

  • learning how to manage the WordPress, 1 Minute Site and Magento platforms

  • the desire to expand the knowledge of HTML, CSS – in terms of enabling the integration of tracking code on the pages of customers and to conduct advanced SEO activities

Other requirements:

  • analytical thinking ability
  • communication
  • good work organization

  • diligence to work and willingness to develop
  • high level of self-discipline

  • ability to work based on established patterns and procedures


  • Support marketing activities in Copywriting, SEO, Google AdWords

  • Managing pages and portals on the WordPress platform

  • Website optimization

  • Getting Google AdWords Certification (quarterly)

  • Monitoring and reporting of SEO / SEM activities (including Google Analytics, Google Search Console)

  • Email contact with the customer

    We will contact only selected people. Please send your CV to in the subject line by typing staz_marketing. In the application documents, please include the following clause:

“I hereby agree to the processing of personal data contained in my job offer for the purposes necessary for the recruitment process conducted by Sintra Consulting Poland Sp. Z O.O. (According to the Act of 29 August 1997 on the Protection of Personal Data, Journal of Laws No. 133, item 883). “