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/
Telephone and data management role
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.
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.
- A confident telephone manner
- Committed and persistent approach to work
- A basic grasp of Microsoft Excel
- Great attention to detail and processes
- The ability to work full time over the period in our Oxford office.
- An interest in water issues and/or business
- An interest in data and processes – our input systems can be flexible and feedback from interns during the process is welcomed.
Applicants will ideally be available from mid-late June 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 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