Marketing & PR
£23,000 Per Annum
Market Researcher - Chinese Speaking
Salary – £23k (Depends on candidate experience)
Hours - 5 days per week (40 hours).
The client provides a secure Market Intelligence digital platform to a global customer base requiring 24-hour access.
They are a leading provider of strategic market intelligence and consulting services to the global offshore renewable energy sector. Their customers include established market players and new entrants from across the entire value-chain. An opportunity has arisen for a motivated researcher to join the Greater China Team. You will have a passion for renewable energy, an eye for detail and the tenacity to pursue, discover and communicate industry intelligence and news.
Monitoring of project pipelines, emerging technologies and contractors in the offshore wind and marine energy markets within Greater China, and providing valuable information to our global subscriber base
Assisting with the Greater China Team Lead by undertaking data research and analysis, report writing, and consulting projects.
Assisting with business development activities in Greater China Team
Maintenance of clients information systems with accurate and engaging content.
Taking responsibility for ensuring proper quality control and completeness of client’s information systems.
Proactive telephone engagement with the industry to pursue the latest information.
Developing a personal network of relationships across the supply chain.
Undertaking extensive research to keep abreast of the latest trends and news.
Writing news articles.
Networking and presenting at industry events.
Engaging with customers to ensure all support requests are dealt with in a timely and satisfactory manner.
Proficient in Mandarin and English, both written and verbal.
High attention to detail.
Excellent writing skills
A self-starter with a can-dos attitude who takes responsibility for the completeness and quality of their work.
Excellent communication skills and a willingness to cold-call in order to gather insights.
An undergraduate degree in a technical, numeric or business-related discipline. A postgraduate qualification will be well regarded.
Any experience of the following is beneficial: Additional language skills, knowledge strong numerical skills, statistical, knowledge of MS Access/SQL, knowledge of Geographical Information Systems.
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