Young Foodies was founded upon the belief that consumers have changed, but the FMCG industry has not. Consumers want innovation that is better quality, better for them and better for the world. This progress should be celebrated and brands delivering on this should be empowered.
In 2017 Young Foodies launched to bring the most exciting challenger brands in FMCG together because we believe that collaboration is more powerful than competition. Today, with a network of more than 1,000 high-growth consumer brands, we provide specialised business services to those looking to reach the next level.
We are looking for a 3-month Customer Support and Operations Intern to help manage our communications with our clients, manage our involvement in the Kickstart program, and support across our events and training programmes. With ambitious plans for 2021, we are growing our team to provide more brands with better service.
The role involves:
- Learning about and communicating all Young Foodies services to external brands
- Interact with hundreds of brands who are on the cutting edge of the FMCG world
- Manage all written communication for inbound email requests for Young Foodies
- Help develop and run the Kickstart process, where we represent 10’s of brands who are leveraging the government scheme.
- Support for our events and training programmes, including liaising with attendees and trainers and editing course content
Key skills and attributes
- Strong written communication skills; impeccable grammar and spelling and a wonderful way with words
- A client-first mentality, always wanting to make the customer happy
- Strong organisational skills and attention to detail
- A team player with great interpersonal skills
- Not afraid to ask questions
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