Internship: Digital Content Creator
Who are we?
At Happyr Health we support young people with migraine and their parents with playful and digital pain management. The two co-founders are Nicola and Cornelius.
Who are you?
A University of Cambridge student (undergraduate, postgraduate or PhD) or recent graduate (Santander requirement) who is eager to create compelling, come-back-for-more content for parents of young migraine sufferers (10-14 years old).
What will you do?
As a digital content creator at Happyr Health, you become responsible for the contribution of information, education and shared experiences in our blog.
What should the content be like?
Migraine is affecting 1 in 10 school children. It is a disabling disease that affects young people and their families severely. The content we want to share, especially to parents, must be accurate, relevant and provide real added value for them.
What should the content not be like?
The internet offers a lot of information about migraine. Unfortunately, often the language is either very medical or the content is full of myths and opinions and lacks trustworthy sources.
How can we support you?
We can provide you with many reliable sources to help with content curation. We can also provide visual aid, as well as inputting into our blog if needed.
Of course, we can’t expect you to be an expert in paediatric migraine. We are happy to share our experience and built up expertise, as well as deep insights into the world of families of young migraine patients so that you can easily communicate in a relevant and empathetic way.
When do you start?
We are applying for a Santander internship award, as soon as that is granted (earliest 1st of March) you could start but we are flexible.
What is the duration?
Working hours, if mutually agreed, can be distributed across the year.
Minimum 3 weeks.
How are the working hours?
Flexible, work whenever you enjoy it most.
- No more than 35 hours per week (Santander requirement).
- Minimum pay rate of £9 per hour (£10.75 per hour if located within the boroughs of Greater London).
- The maximum salary expenditure is £1,000 (the full amount of the Santander award).
Yes. Although we would love to meet you face-to-face one day, for now, let’s play it safe.
How to apply?
Provide some quick details in our application form:
- Such as LinkedIn profile, a few sentences about your background and why you are interested in the role.
What is the application process?
#1 You provide some quick details in our application form
#2 We review your application
#3 We respond within 7-10 days to interview you in a 30 min video chat
#4 We evaluate your application again
#5 We inform you about our decision
#6 You provide specific details (such as start date, availability, duration) & personal information for the provisional contracts
#7 We supply you with provisional basic contracts (incl. NDA)
#7 We apply for the Santander internship/ work placement award
#8 We inform you about the outcome
#9 We start to create meaningful content for parents of young migraine sufferers with you