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Data Collection Researcher I
Ref No.: 18-09185
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Job Description: 

*This role does not have a language assessment nor a specific language requirement, though the candidate does need to be bilingual in English and at least one other language – native or near native is preferable but not required.*

Client is launching several new data collection initiatives and is seeking a highly motivated language data researcher to join our team and support these exciting programs. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, customer focused and flexible. This position requires the ability to work with minimal direction, the capacity to work quickly and be adaptable while delivering high-quality results.

Primary responsibilities:
-Respond quickly to program inquiries from customers.
-Research future engagement opportunities and submit findings to relevant managers.
-Work closely with Program Managers to support each program as needed.
-Be accountable for specific processes including handling logistics and troubleshooting technical or process issues.
-Be a quick learner and grasp complex project details and own specific aspects of the project
-Work independently to meet objectives
-Work with Program Managers to report on projects and think of ways to improve tracking and reporting

- Bachelors degree or above, Masters preferred
- Degree in Linguistics, Languages, Social Sciences or Business
- 1+ years of experience as a Research or Project Coordinator
- Able to work Monday-Friday
- Excellent communication skills
- Customer service or similar experience
- Good sense of humor, a positive attitude, and great teamwork skills

- Fluent in a foreign language
- Excellent written communication skills
- Experience working in a professional setting
- Learns new technology easily
-A high level of professionalism, integrity, and discretion in handling confidential information
-Ability to work well with people at all levels inside and outside the company
- Excellent verbal communication, interpersonal and problem solving skills
- Willingness to roll up your sleeves to get stuff done and accept re-prioritization as necessary
- Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask effectively in fast paced, highly collaborative, and dynamic work environment
- Ability to follow through, work independently, and take ownership of assigned responsibilities

- This candidate will be working with the CLEO Skill team for Alexa.
- The right candidate will be someone who has a passion and curiosity for language.

This role does not have a specific language requirement, though the candidate does need to be bilingual in English and at least one other language – native or near native is preferable but not required.

Top 3 most important skills:
- Customer service
- Detail oriented
- Flexibility with rapidly changing work focus as this is a new team and things move quickly

Some of the day to day tasks may include:
- Monitoring and responding to inbox with Client facing inquiries
- Researching locations and contacts of potential universities for the team to connect with
- Processing customer experience feedback

Should have experience in:
- Logistics of launching programs
- Running projects
- Communication

Regular hours 9-5, local candidates only
- Must be able to work in office daily
- May have the opportunity to WFH occasionally when approved ahead of time

Interviewing Process
- 30 minute phone screen, then if the team is inclined, the candidate will be invited to a follow-up on-site interview
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