Digital Media Content Analyst Internship


Why we're here

We’re here because, for brand leaders, access to data is easy. But access to answers is hard. Very hard.

Too much noisy data. Too many inefficiencies. Not enough time. Too much at stake.

Solving those problems is our mission.

Turbine Labs has developed software that offers “answers as a service”. Decision makers ask any question on any topic related to their brand, market, competitors, whatever - and the answer delivered in the right format, to the right people, at the right time. Simple and powerful.

This is not just software. It's a platform with an attitude. We're out to change how decision-makers request and receive intelligence about brand, market and competitor topics and events. We got to where we are because we're relentless in our mission. Every day, we make sure our customers obtain massive value from the output of our platform and our services. Why? Because customers rely on our software to make brand impacting decisions. So we have to get it right. Every time. No exceptions.

What you will learn:

  • How to use big data tools to discover media and consumer trends

  • How to curate content to inform strategic decision-making within communications and executive teams

  • How to fail, break things & come back stronger and smarter

  • Many additional opportunities related or self-starter projects

Main Responsibilities:

  • Social

    • Assist Marketing team with creating and implementing social campaigns

    • Monitor and engage with discussions, posts, and comments across multiple social media channels

    • Complete work using Adobe Suite (namely Photoshop and Illustrator), Squarespace, Tableau

  • Digest

    • Assist analyst in compiling media highlights

    • Night monitoring on social listening platforms

    • Format daily news briefings

    • Schedule and deliver content


  • Current college student status

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Apple's OS X environment

  • Background in marketing, journalism, communications, or business intelligence

  • Strong communication skills & a team player

  • Organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments

  • Creativity and flexibility, and the ability to work well in teams

  • Familiarity with social media sites, forums, blogs, etc.

  • Detail-oriented with writing, editing, and analytical skills

  • Organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments



  • 6-month internship program
  • To complete your application, the following must be submitted with your resume: Instead of the traditional cover letter, we want you to show us your skills in another way. Please submit 1-3 examples of social content for Turbine Labs to Erica Schecher at
  • “My experience here at Turbine Labs as an intern has been exceptional. The culture combined with the strong desire coming from each individual employee is something hard to beat. Everyone shows up every single day ready to produce the best work they can and that motivates me to continue to strive for perfection. Becoming a part of the Turbine team was such an easy transition due to everyone’s welcoming and accepting nature here. The level of work here is professional and something to continue to work hard for. The experience learned here is invaluable and teaches important metrics not only working with analytics but every other aspect of business development, whether that be interpersonal connections or developing software. The testing, successes, and failures are what makes a good employee and that full spectrum can be experienced here at Turbine Labs.” - Current Data Analyst Intern


  • We value all of our interns and go the extra mile to make sure you receive a valuable learning experience that fits your career goals. You will become extremely knowledgeable in big data analytics, content curation, and sentiment analysis. You will also have hands-on access to and training for software services and tools used by some of the world's largest brands and agencies.


Position: Part-time

Location: Greenwood Village, CO

Posted: December 15, 2017