Careers

About Global Water Intelligence:


Global Water Intelligence (GWI) is an ambitious young company with around 50 employees spread between Oxford, Austin (Texas) and Shanghai. It publishes market-leading magazines, databases, and reports on the international water industry. Additionally, it runs a series of successful events. It has a unique corporate culture which can be summed up as follows:

We are happy to receive speculative applications from graduates. For editorial roles, please send your CV to Christopher Gasson, Managing Director, cg@globalwaterintel.com.

For specific current vacancies please see below.

 

Editorial Assistant

Global Water Intelligence is looking to hire an inquisitive and resourceful Editorial Assistant to join our team full-time at our Oxford office. We are an independent publisher and event organiser that specialises in high-level business intelligence on the global water sector.

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.

Role:

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.

The ideal candidate will have:

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.

Benefits:

Contract: Full time
Based at: Media Analytics Ltd, Suite C, Kingsmead House, Oxpens Road, Oxford OX1 1XX, UK
Salary: £23,000, with a 6-month probationary period

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.

How to apply:

Please submit a CV and covering letter to Charlie Walker (cw@globalwaterintel.com) explaining in fewer than 200 words why you are applying for the job and what you think you can contribute to us. The closing date for applications is 17 August 2018.

We will discard the applications which do not come with covering letters. Shortlisted applicants will be sent a skills test and, depending on performance in this test, applicants will be invited for interview.

Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to offer feedback on any applications not carried through the interview stage.

 

Sub-editor

Global Water Intelligence is seeking a creative and talented graduate with an excellent command of written English to join us full-time at our Oxford office. We are an independent publisher and event organiser that specialises in high-level business intelligence on the global water sector.

As sub-editor you will work closely with our content team on our monthly GWI magazine. You will be responsible for subbing copy, laying out pages, and writing engaging headlines, standfirsts and captions for both print and the web. Meticulous attention to detail is crucial to succeed in this role.

You will also work on our online intelligence platform, GWI WaterData – a cutting-edge strategy and navigation tool for the global water market. You will edit analysis written by our international team of researchers, create charts and diagrams using Adobe InDesign and Illustrator, lay out and prepare content for both print and web formats, and develop a database of images for use in our publications.

If you are highly motivated, inquisitive, and prepared to take ownership of what you do, this is an opportunity to join a fast-growing, young company with a very international outlook.

Typical work activities would include:

The ideal candidate will have:

In addition, the following skills would be desirable:

Benefits:

Contract: Full time
Based at: Media Analytics Ltd, Suite C, Kingsmead House, Oxpens Road, Oxford OX1 1XX, UK
Salary: £23,000, with a 6-month probationary period

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.

How to apply:

Please submit a CV and a covering letter to Charlotte Massey (cm@globalwaterintel.com) explaining in fewer than 200 words why you are applying for the job and what you think you can contribute to us that would make a real difference. The closing date for applications is 13 August 2018.

We will discard the applications which do not come with covering letters. Shortlisted applicants will be sent a skills test and, depending on performance in this test, applicants will be invited for interview.

Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to offer feedback on any applications not carried through the interview stage.

 

Telephone and data management role – immediate start

Oxford based publishing company Global Water Intelligence is looking for 2-3 paid interns to work over the summer at our office in central Oxford. GWI specializes in publishing high level business intelligence for the water industry, and we need interns to help us collect, process, and publish data for our new publication: The Water Scarcity Solutions Handbook.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the publishing industry, as well as gather skills in data management, clerical work, and research. This is a key project for the business, and you will be making a difference towards the development of a high value publication which has international distribution.

Role:

You will work with our team to collect references from water companies around the world, through both email correspondence and telephone calls. This role primarily involves data collection and input, but through being here you will also be able to learn about the company and the water industry.

Required:

Desirable:

Applicants will ideally be available to start as soon as possible and to work through to mid-August. Both graduates seeking short-term work and current students seeking summer work are encouraged to apply.

To apply please email a CV and cover letter to rweaver@globalwaterintel.com