OVERVIEW At Hello Innovation, our story is the stuff of legend…We own and operate a strong set of businesses powered by innovation and change. We are disruptive by design and love solving the world’s toughest business challenges. It’s in our DNA to change the world and improve lives through our portfolio of companies.Intrigued? You should be. If you’re ready to be inspired, challenged and leave work everyday knowing you did the best damn work of your life, you’ve come to the right place. POSITION DESCRIPTION Do you love using the internet to dig up valuable insights and market research? Do you live and breathe data and content mining to uncover the best nuggets of info possible? Are you a disciple of the design-thinking mentality? Then we should talk. We’re looking for a super passionate, detail-oriented research ninja to help us untap and uncover the gold nuggets of info that are scattered across the web. If complex documents and studies turn you on, this is the role for you. The ideal candidate has a black belt when it comes to sorting through complex, complicated and overwhelming info, and they’re able to easily turn data into easily-understood, scannable insights that save time and headaches.Still think you have what it takes? Here’s some more info about the role... QUALIFICATIONS Excellent research and written correspondence expertise (previous background is a MUST) Be fully comfortable with all phases of research, included analyzing, testing and presenting. Be able to present complex, data-driven research into simple, efficient presentations Have background with data libraries, LexusNexus, and similar research banks Show strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills Can work under minimal supervision Think you have what it takes to join our team of HI-Rollers? Apply now!**We welcome full time, part time and freelance candidates. (Please let us know your availability and what type of role you’re looking for in your introductory letter.) This position can be remote or in-house if you live in the Detroit area.
September 28 2017 on The Resumator