We are looking for a recent graduate to become our Community Manager at Global Perspectives™ for our international market research projects.
The role will involve working with our Project Management Teams in our Oviedo office to identify and contact sources of patients around the world. The Community Manager will draw up a communication plan for each project and contact patients and patient support organizations initially via social media and email, and subsequently over the telephone in order to secure their participation in the market research study.
The Community Manager will also have responsibility for the Global Perspectives™ Facebook page and patient facing website.
A fluent level of English is required for this role as you will be talking to patients, patient support associations and clients from all around the world in English every day.
We offer an initial 6 month internship position. If all goes well, we will turn this into a permanent position.
Please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com to be considered for this position.
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