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German speaking Market Researcher/ Telemarketing

German speaking Market Researcher/ Telemarketing
(Temporary ongoing role, temp to perm option)

Are you looking to work in beautiful Brighton?
I am currently working on a fantastic opportunity for a fluent German speaker in Brighton.

On behalf of my client, an exciting company in the heart of beautiful Brighton I am looking for a fluent to native German speaker who is looking for an ongoing role within telemarketing and market research.

This great opportunity offers you a variety of tasks and possibilities.

My client offers an exciting German speaking role within market research and telemarketing. You will be working on a project for a very well known company carrying out market research tasks including some telemarketing tasks.

Skills:
* Fluent to native level in German
* Advanced English knowledge
* Previous experience in telemarketing and/ or market research is an advantage
* Carry out inbound and outbound calls
* Great communication skills
* Ability to work in a team

What do we offer:
Working hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
An hourly rate of £9.00 - £11.00 per hour

Working on a great and exciting project.

If this sounds like you, then please apply today!

Please send your application in Word Format to Josephine Gogler: j.gogler@eurolondon.com mentioning the reference: WNJG_GERBrighton_TM

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Josephine Gogler

Team: Temporaries & Call Centre Divisions

I specialise in: All temporary roles across the UK (except London)

Languages: English, German & Spanish

I’ve been at Euro London since: 2015

About me: I have started in recruitment by working in-house for a localization company and enjoyed recruitment so much that I decided to pursue a career in it. Euro London Appointments was my first choice and still is.  I’ve been with Euro London Appointments for more than 2 years, I started off in our Frankfurt am Main, Germany office and since January 2017 I am working in the London office.  

If I were a famous person, I would be: Bill Murray, because I would love to be an 80s Ghostbuster.  

Fun fact: Longest word in German: Nachrichtenübermittlungs­beschleunigungssystem, Meaning: news transfer acceleration system

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