International Market Research Assistant
Job Description: The International Market Research Assistant is primarily responsible for producing secondary market research reports for client companies. These reports may include multi-country distributor searches, country and industry market analyses, export regulatory research and more. Interns are also expected to help with administrative duties, such as answering phones, data entry, word processing and export seminar preparation. The minimum time commitment is 16 hours per week. This is an unpaid position. In order to be considered, all applicants must include resume, cover letter and their time availability during the semester.
Qualifications / Skills Required: The position requires the following qualifications/skills:
Strong written and verbal communication skills in English Strong analytical and time management skills Attention to detail & organizational skills Ability to work both independently and in a team-based environment High degree of reliability and dependability Education/background in international business preferred
Please submit cover letter and resume to Kathleen Kinahan-Newell at email@example.com
Whether exporting for the first time or expanding into new international markets, Massachusetts businesses can receive a full range of customized assistance by contacting the Massachusetts Export Center. Some of the resources available through the Export Center include: export consulting and technical assistance, training programs, international market research, export publications, international trade promotion activities and more. The Massachusetts Export Center is a government agency and part of the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network.
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