Temporary

Community Outreach Data Collector – Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese)-speaking at S. Groner Associates Marketing

Fields: sustainability, environment, marketing, Chinese, immigrants

Location: Oakland, California

About the Organization: SGAmarketing is a small and passionate social marketing firm that finds ways to use marketing to improve our world. We work in areas such protecting the environment, affordable housing, community engagement, promotion of eco-companies and other types of projects that promote the social good.

About the Position: We got a small grant to conduct market research on four immigrant communities across the State regarding recycling and litter. One is the Chinese American community in San Francisco, which we are currently focused on. We are looking for a few interested individuals to help with an environmental market research project that would take place in the SF Bay area. The work is to conduct brief interviews to residents of the Chinatown community (either SF and/or Oakland). It would entail a few hours of training, 1 or 2 days of data collection, a few hours of data analysis and discussion. Benefits: gain some experience on market research (you will get trained), it is a short project – small commitment – (at most one weekend of data collection), and a nice line item on your resume regarding environmental marketing.

Special Requirements/Qualifications: Individuals should have conversation fluency (either Cantonese or Mandarin) to help with collecting data and providing insights.

Estimated Salary: $15/hour

Deadline: ASAP

Apply Here:
S. Groner Associates Marketing

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