Wednesday, August 4, 2010

New Internship available at Merrow for the fall of 2010



The Merrow Sewing Machine Company is a world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of quality, high-performance, industrial sewing machines. Established in 1838, the Merrow brand is one of the most recognizable in the textile industry.

This job is available to well educated college students who are looking for an opportunity to develop international marketing skills.

Primary Responsibilities:
1. Marketing Communication
2. Copy Writing
3. Product Documentation, Phototgraphy
4. Product Research

We're looking for brains, energy and a work ethic. Everything else is optional. A 2nd language preferred (but not required). The Marketing Team at Merrow spends its time and energy protecting the trademark, developing soft & hard copy marketing material, and compiling Merrow application information.

Facts about Merrow:
1. Merrow is actively sold in 65 countries worldwide
2. the Merrow brand is known worldwide
3. Two dogs in residence (Sable and Pilot)
4. Merrow is a young, passionate and ambitious company

We are located in Fall River, Massachusetts. About 15 Minutes from Providence, and 45 Minutes from Boston. Please apply by email to working@merrow.com

A NOTE FROM A SUMMER INTERN:

From one college student to another,
As a summer marketing intern, this is what I’ve learned: Merrow is a passionate company, and an intense/relaxed environment, if that makes sense... There's no dress code, and you can be sure you'll find lots of puppies running around the office. The expectations at Merrow are simple: get the job done. You'll find that you'll have much more responsibility than at most companies, but also be doing more interesting things and getting much more experience. Merrow's got a whole lot of energy and spunk, and if you are those things too, you will enjoy working at Merrow. At the end of the summer, you will have worked hard, enjoyed some laughs, and gained a ton of real world experience.
charlie merrow Merrow

Merrow has manufactured sewing machines since 1838 and remains one of the most interesting companies in the textile space

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