About Global Water Intelligence
Global Water Intelligence is the leading market researcher for the international water market. We produce reports, databases, web products and monthly/weekly publications for professionals in the industry. Our focus on competitive intelligence and high value-added news reporting has seen us grow from two employees to nearly 50 spread across three international offices over the past decade. The outlook for continued growth of the magazine, its related websites and research reports remains strong. Our head office is in central Oxford, but fewer than 5% of revenues are generated in the UK. If you are cosmopolitan, highly motivated, and creative we would love you to join us. See www.globalwaterintel.com/about/
Global Water Intelligence is looking for a research analyst to our Oxford team to work on market research projects tailored for professionals in the water sector. We specialise in high-level business intelligence, and our analytical, industry-focused reports are essential reading for those who need a clear understanding of the rapidly expanding global water industry.
This position would suit a recent graduate with a maths / science background, who is looking to begin a career in publishing with a fast growing young company with a very international outlook.
As an analyst, you would work closely with a team on our market intelligence reports and consultancy projects. Typical work activities would include:
- Picking up the essentials of a new field quickly through background research.
- Collecting and analysing data and information from published sources, proprietary sources and interviews conducted with industry experts.
- Working out what "stories" the data is telling in order to build up a picture of both the current marketplace and what is likely to happen in the future.
- Writing sections of our reports to communicate these findings to an appropriate audience (e.g. consultancy clients, investors, water sector specialists, etc).
- Must be able to make connections across different datasets and identify interesting trends from both quantitative and qualitative information.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Good attention to detail, taking pride in a high quality end-product.
- A team player who delights equally in sharing with and learning from others who are working on a project.
- Strong problem-solving and IT skills.
Salary: £23,000 (6-month probationary period)
How to apply
Send your cover letter, together with your CV, to Francisco Virgili by Wednesday 5th April 2017. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to receive speculative applications from graduates. For editorial roles, please send your CV to Christopher Gasson, Managing Director, email@example.com