Are you starting off in your career in media and in search of experience in writing, content management, research, and site maintenance? This could be the internship for you.

What IrishCentral is looking for?

A Website Management Intern working full-time at Irish Studio’s Dublin office, in the city center.

IrishCentral is seeking a full-time intern in Dublin to help with content creation, content management and back-end maintenance of the largest Irish website in North America.

The role would be full-time and include training on the content management system and related duties expected.

What’s expected of you?

Applicants such have a background and interest in website management and media production. They should also have a good knowledge of social media, Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

Their responsibilities would include:

- Aiding with the maintenance of IrishCentral’s article archives

- Aiding in mining analytics data

- Aiding with building on the content calendar including annual events and historic anniversaries

- Updating and refreshing images/graphics within articles

- Basic backend maintenance of the site, including cleaning up errors and duplicates

- Aiding our Social Media Managers with scheduling and strategy


€600 a month

How to apply

To apply email a cover letter and resume Kate Hickey, Managing Editor in Dublin to


IrishCentral is the leading website for Irish news in both America and among the Global Irish diaspora, acting as the premier platform for engagement with this powerful audience. IrishCentral’s mission is to be the trusted source for inspiration and information with a focus on Irish expats and the Irish-American market. Of the 3.5 million visits to the site per month, 70% are from the North American market, with others visiting from the UK, mainland Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland. IrishCentral’s social reach is 750,000 with 300,000 subscribers to the daily newsletter.

IrishCentral is part of the Irish Studio group of media brands which includes Ireland of the Welcomes, Food & Wine, Irish Tatler, Tatler Man, U magazine, Q Media, and Auto Ireland.