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Navigator Consulting is recruiting a Russian-speaking Market Research & Company Analysis Consultant

We are seeking a consultant / analyst to support a due diligence project in Ukraine that starts in the week of September 11th.

The consultant will support in-company diagnostic activities for a plastic packaging firm located in Ukraine. You will work within a larger project team, and will be responsible for:

  1. Ensuring proper data collection, including marketing and sales data, organisational analysis, budgets and financial statements.

  2. Ad-hoc interpretation and translation of data and information from Russian or Ukrainian into English. This process will include dispatching information to external translators who will support the process.

  3. Support for external customer interviews that will take place in Ukraine, Russia and 2 EU countries, based on an existing questionnaire.

  4. Support for the project manager in implementing ad-hoc tasks.

The project starts in the week of 11 September, and includes:

  • One week of work in Ukraine for in-company analysis

  • An additional 2 or 3 weeks of work in Ukraine, Russia and 2 EU countries, interviewing customers.

The qualifications of the consultant we are looking for include:

  • Strong command of Russian (and/or Ukrainian) and English language

  • Ability to implement an in-company research programme that comprises document collection and analysis

  • Ability to interview in-company staff based on a set questionnaire

  • Ability to interview external customers based on a set questionnaire

  • Ability to organise work independently as well as work within a team

You will need to travel within Ukraine, Russia and 2 EU countries in order to implement this project.

Interested consultants are requested to send their CVs in English to

 

Philip Ammerman

info[at]navigator-consulting.com

 

as soon as possible.

 

 

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