Dutch Market Researcher (Home based)

During these turbulent and unprecedented times, almost everyone is concerned for the future of our careers and for the future of our economy.

It seems that most companies have stopped hiring, and with increasing numbers of people being laid off, getting a job is only going to get harder.

However it is not all doom and gloom. It is business as usual at Euro London and we are still in contact with a number of superb clients who are determined to weather the storm and continue to hire. There will be life and an economy after Covid-19 and we hope that for the correct candidate reading this advert, we can help make a positive out of an overwhelming negative situation.

I have a vacancy for one Dutch speaker to work 3 days a week, however, you will only be required to work for around 20 minutes to an hour each day and will be paid a minimum of 2 hours pay each time you work! The total expected amount of work per week is about 3 hours.
This means if you work for 20 minutes, you will be paid £20.

The job is essentially market research, meaning you will be speaking with Dutch speakers over the phone regarding a product they have recently purchased.

No experience is required, however you must have Windows 10 or newer, with a fast internet connection and of course be able to speak fluent Dutch.

I expect the competition for this vacancy will be very fierce so please apply with a copy of your CV as soon as possible, or email t.chau@eurolondon.com or call on 0207 029 3751.

I look forward to receiving your application!

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Theo Chau

Team: Regional Division

I specialise in: Recruiting for regional based personnel

Languages: French & Spanish

About me: I joined Euro London after graduating in French & Spanish from the University of Manchester. I have lived abroad in several places including the French Caribbean and Buenos Aires – I love to travel! I am a big fan of football, skateboarding and any activity that involves a beer but languages are my real passion and I am very lucky to have the chance to use them in my working life.

Fun fact: I own an enormous overweight sledge dog named Iggy.

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