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Jobs at Telecompaper

Telecompaper is an online publishing and research firm, delivering news and information on and for the global telecom, media and internet sectors. We give our international customers insight into the global telecoms markets. Telecompaper was founded in 2000 and now employs 20 people at its headquarters in Houten as well as a number of correspondents in various countries. We are the market leader in the Netherlands but we also focus on Europe and the rest of the world. Among our client base you will find the major telecom operators, equipment manufacturers, regulators and investors.

Telecompaper offers a dynamic and inspiring workplace, full of opportunities for growth for an enterprising individual. If you are interested in one of the jobs, please send your résumé to Ed Achterberg. You can also contact us if you have any question at our job opportunities.

 

Asia editor

Telecompaper is looking for an Asia and Australia correspondent to add to its news coverage for professionals in the telecoms industry. The position requires the ability to work independently, finding news and writing multiple stories per day on the important events in the sector. Coverage would focus on the Australia region and the main countries of south and east Asia.

Work would be coordinated with the chief editor, based in Europe. The ideal candidate would be a native English speaker based in Australia or east Asia. This position can encompass a wide range of coverage, sourced from company statements, press reports, interviews and market research, including news on:

  • mobile, fixed and broadband services providers
  • Internet and over-the-top players
  • major players in the components and hardware industry
  • product and service launches, contract wins, corporate news such as M&A and start-up financing, and regulatory and government affairs.

This is a freelance position, based on a one-year, renewable engagement. The correspondent would have remote online access to Telecompaper's content management system and resources. Working hours are flexible, and payment can be based on a per-story or hourly basis initially, with the possibility of a monthly retainer for the right candidate.

Experience

Candidates should have a journalism degree and/or experience writing about the Asian technology sector, and knowledge of the major companies and issues in the Asian telecoms industry.

How To Apply

Candidates should send a CV and sample stories to corina@telecompaper.com.
More information on Telecompaper can be found at www.telecompaper.com/about.

Researcher / Analyst

To support our clients, we require a Research Analyst to provide research, advisory and market analysis services. The Research Analyst will focus on the planning and execution of research and analysis for the telecommunications market. The particular emphasis will be on wireless and broadband technologies and applications. In terms of geographical coverage, the successful candidate will have good knowledge of market developments in Europe in general, but the Netherlands in particular.

The candidate will have at least 2 or 3 years experience in the telecommunications industry; this can include working with consulting firms, market research firms, telecommunications network operators or (mobile) terminal or device vendors. The Research Analyst will work from our offices in Houten, the Netherlands.

Candidates also require the following general qualifications:

  • HBO and/or Academic qualification;
  • Ability to create specified volumes of written documentation for research to meet client commitment;
  • Ability to write clear and concise research reports, create presentations and to present findings to clients, colleagues and other interested parties including the press;
  • Skills to answer client inquiries in knowledge areas and to provide individualised consulting for clients;
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to interpret information quickly and provide an opinion;
  • Ability to analyse forecasts, annual reports and other data to draw conclusions and make predictions;
  • Excellent interpersonal and presentations skills, for face to face and on the phone communications;
  • Flexibility and strong customer service orientation;
  • Ability to work independently and manage time without supervision, but also skilled in collaboration with team members;
  • Fluency in Dutch and English (oral and written) required.

43%
DSL market share drops to 43%
Netherlands  |  2014 Q3