LINGUIST List 17.2782|
Wed Sep 27 2006
Jobs: Japanese, Consumer Interviews: Rank Open, Lexicon Branding Inc.
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Japanese & Freelance Consumer Interviews: Rank Open, Lexicon Branding, Inc.,Tokyo
Message 1: Japanese & Freelance Consumer Interviews: Rank Open, Lexicon Branding, Inc.,Tokyo
From: Peter Manasantivongs <peterlexicon-branding.com>
Subject: Japanese & Freelance Consumer Interviews: Rank Open, Lexicon Branding, Inc.,Tokyo
Organization: Lexicon Branding, Inc.
Web Address: http://www.lexicon-branding.com/
Job Rank: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Freelance Consumer Interviews
Required Language(s): Japanese (jpn)
Lexicon Branding, a brand name development company based near San
Francisco, USA, is looking for linguists living in Tokyo to conduct
freelance interviews with consumers on one day during the week of October
23rd. Candidates must have at least a Master's degree, with a Ph.D. being
Interviewers should have excellent written and oral communication skills in
both Japanese and English.
Please send an expression of interest and a resume, via e-mail
only, to Peter Manasantivongs, Ph.D., at peterlexicon-
For almost 25 years, Lexicon Branding has developed extraordinary names for
extraordinary products. Globally recognized brands developed by Lexicon
include: Pentium, Centrino, and Viiv for Intel; BlackBerry for RIM;
PowerBook for Apple; Optima for American Express; Swiffer and Febreze for
Proctor and Gamble; Pipeline for CNN; and Outback for Subaru.
Application Deadline: 28-Feb-2007
Apply on-line at: http://www.lexicon-branding.com/
Dr Peter Manasantivongs
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