Student worker

YouGov is looking for a project/student worker to help us with our Finnish jobs.


YouGov Copenhagen

Job description

You will report to the project manager and your primary tasks will be:

  • Contact with our panel members (primarily by e-mail)
  • Translating smaller texts into Finnish
  • Checking translations into Finnish
  • Encoding open questions in Finnish (possibly also in Danish and Swedish)
  • Work close together with one of our clients regarding encoding open questions in Finnish
  • Other odd jobs

The number of hours will vary according to our requirements but we expect it to be five hours per week.

Qualifications

You work in a structured manner and are meticulous, service-minded and flexible.

It is also an advantage if you:

  • Are a competent user of Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Can speak and write Danish and/or Swedish
  • Have some knowledge of marketing/market analysis, but this is not a requirement.

Application

Please apply by sending your application to job@yougov.dk.

If you have any questions about the job, please contact Operation Manager, Pia Fruergaard pia.fruergaard@youg.com

About YouGov

YouGov is a professional analysis and consulting organisation, which has pioneered the use of the internet and information technology to collect data for market and interest group analyses. We employ 80 highly qualified analysts at our offices in Copenhagen, Kolding, Stockholm, Malmo, Oslo and Helsinki.

Through tried and tested panel management principles, great flexibility and an innovative approach to recruitment, YouGov has built up a Scandinavian panel with 160,000 members which represents all age groups, socio-economic and other demographic groups.

We also specialise in forming and maintaining dedicated panels of consumers (for example patient groups), professional groups (for example doctors) and interest groups (for example customer panels or municipal citizens’ panels). Being part of the listed research group, YouGov plc, we have access to over 400 qualified colleagues and more than 2.5 million respondents worldwide.