French & Italian speaking Product Coordinator

Are you a French & Italian speaker ? Are you looking for very well-paid work that looks fantastic on your CV?

We have an exciting new vacancy from one of our clients for a Product Coordinator role in Birmingham. The role will pay £250 - £350 a day (£65,000 - £90,000 per annum) on a 2 month rolling contract with the possibility to extend depending on performance.

The Product Coordinator will be finding and managing suppliers for an automotive dealer. A fair amount of marketing is involved in the job as you will be extracting key information on the target product from European markets and liaising with marketing consultants within the company to build an exciting marketing campaign.
You will also be negotiating with new suppliers in regards to the possibility of them supplying this automotive product and have the exciting opportunity to travel around Europe at least once a quarter.

What we are looking for:
- Spoken and literate fluency in both French & Italian
- Availability to travel to Europe once a quarter
- Experience in marketing, product management and/or within the automotive industry a huge advantage.
- Outstanding communication skills
- Excellent Organisation skills

This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking for either a stepping stone in their career, a short-term well paid job, or even in you a looking to build a meaningful career in the industry.

Please only apply to this role if you are completely fluent in French and Italian. Applications will not be considered otherwise.



Theo Chau

Team: Temporaries Division

I specialise in: Recruiting for Regional based Temps

Languages: French & Spanish

About me: I joined Euro London after graduating in French & Spanish from the University of Manchester. I have lived abroad in several places including the French Caribbean and Buenos Aires – I love to travel! I am a big fan of football, skateboarding and any activity that involves a beer but languages are my real passion and I am very lucky to have the chance to use them in my working life.

Fun fact: I own an enormous overweight sledge dog named Iggy.