The position wold suit a recent graduate with a degree in a relevant field who is looking to begin a career in research and publishing within a market-leading young company with a very international outlook.
- You will be contributing to GWI’s water technology coverage, analysing trends and developments in international water technology markets for GWI magazine and our online intelligence platform, GWI WaterData.
- There may also be opportunity for travel abroad.
- GWI employees are enrolled on a company pension plan, and receive a holiday allowance of 25 days per year. The successful candidate will be sent to relevant training courses and conferences that help them to develop within their role.
- An eye for presenting complex data or issues in digestible visuals
- Excellent writing and analytical skills to express thoughts in a concise and lucid manner
- Confidence to interview senior level contacts either face-to-face or over the phone
- The ability to work well within a team and to adapt to different challenges
- Prior knowledge of the water sector is desirable but not essential
Additionally, it is important that you are a quick learner, have an inquisitive mind, are prepared to take ownership of what you do, and take a resourceful and flexible approach to work.
2:1 or higher in a degree in a relevant field.
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