Specialist with Foreign Languages
Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.
We are a 60 000 employees company located in over 100 countries. We seek talented, qualified employees in all our operations around the world regardless of race, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, or any other protected classification under country or local law.
We are recruiting for a position of a:
SPECIALIST WITH FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Work Place: Katowice
Your role will involve:
· Conducting Internet and database research in English and foreign languages
· Analysis and summarization of research findings
· Preparing reports in English focused on reputation of companies and individuals
Please note that no financial knowledge is required.
· Excellent written and spoken English is a must
· Fluency in one of the following languages: Russian, German, Italian, French
· Degree or equivalent qualification
· Strong analytical skills with attention to details
· Ability to multitask and meet deadlines
· Good knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Word and Outlook
· Full-time position
· Competitive salary
· Work in an office in a convenient location in the center of Katowice
· Professional trainings and career development opportunities
· Multicultural and dynamic work environment
· Opportunity to apply and develop language capability
· Friendly atmosphere
· Attractive benefits package (extensive private healthcare, Multisport card, life insurance, retirement plan and others)
If you want to join our team please send your CV and cover letter in English to:
The Company reserves the right to contact only successful candidates.
Please, place in your CV the following clause:
"I hereby agree for processing my personal data, included in my application for a job, for the purposes of recruitment process, according to the Data Protection Act of 29 September 1997, unified text published in the Polish Journal of Laws (Dziennik Ustaw) of 2002, no. 101, item 926, later amended."