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Japanese Speaking Associate

Job title: Japanese Speaking Associate
Contract type: Permanent
Location: London
Specialisation:
Salary: £25K - £35K
Start date: 12 Feb 2020
Job Reference: 10974
Contact details: Masumi Shibui
Contact email: masumi.shibui@jac-recruitment.com
Job published: 5 days ago

Company Profile

    Information/Research company 

 

Position

 Japanese Speaking Associate

 

Salary

 £30000 - £35000 per annum

 

Work Days/Hours

  Mon-Fri

      9:00 – 18:00

 

Contract Type

Permanent

 

Location

  London / City


Main Responsibilities

  • Conduct a cursory review of industries in order to understand the gaps in our clients’ knowledge and identify the most relevant individuals (practitioners and often C-level executives working at the heart of their industries) to take part in a 1:1 consultations with our clients via phone 
  • Engage with these individuals to understand whether they are the right fit for our clients
  • Persuade relevant individuals to take part in a consultation with our client and negotiate terms
  • Develop relationships with existing Third Bridge industry contacts and build new ones with experts you have identified
  • Set up consultations - scheduling, contracts, compliance requirements
  • The work is fast paced – you will be working on multiple requests on any given day, all with tight timelines, and spanning a wide variety of industries and geographies. We look for individuals who are excited by a hands-on, high-pressure role
  • You’ll need to think on your feet as you speak on the phone with people across industries and levels
  • Teamwork is essential - you’ll be collaborating with others locally and internationally when executing on projects. 

Requirements

  • Individuals who will thrive in a hands-on, high-pressure role with a focus on results 
  • Strong academic credentials and/or experience in a customer focused role
  • Fluency (verbal and written) in relevant foreign language

Language

Advanced level Japanese essential 

Fluent English


VISA

The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK at the start of employment