Marketing Intern

Job Description:
Marketing Intern Sabert Corporation is looking for a Marketing Product Management Intern! You'll have the opportunity to apply theoretical marketing practices into today's foodservice packaging business while learning inside business management techniques.
You'll also develop time-management and priority management while working in an up-beat, trending foodservice industry.
Sabert Corporation is a global leader and innovator in the food packaging industry.
Since 1983, Sabert has been designing, manufacturing and distributing quality, cost-effective solutions for packaging, displaying, serving and storing fine food.
Headquartered in Sayreville, New Jersey, USA, Sabert also has North American facilities in California Indiana and Kentucky, as well as manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Europe and Zhongshan, China.
Job Responsibilities: Category Management - Assist senior manager in data collection, analysis and reporting across catering, compostable packaging and snack product categories.
New Product Development - Aid in the development process of new food packaging products across catering, compostable packaging and snack product categories.
Communications - Help develop sales and marketing collateral to be used for sales development or customer relations.
Budget Management - Manage marketing spend administration across catering, compostable packaging and snack product categories.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES : Business major, management or marketing focus a plus Desire to develop business management skillset and work on Interest to work on trending foodservice and packaging innovation Strong internet research skills Ability to work 15-20 hours per week Good interpersonal and communication skills Strong project management skills; good planning, organization and prioritization skills Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) applications Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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