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WaterHealth - Head - Marketing Services (5-10 yrs)
WaterHealth International (WHI) is a Company that provides scalable, safe drinking water solutions to underserved areas across using advanced technology and innovative business models. Headquartered in Irvine, USA, WaterHealth International runs operations worldwide i.e. Ghana, Nigeria, and India. WHI was incorporated in 2006 with a vision to provide safe, scalable and affordable drinking water to the underserved communities across the world. In Ten (10) years of its operation, WHI has successfully installed and running more than 500 WaterHealth Centers (WHCs) and Water Vending Machines across the globe providing access to safe water to over seven (7) million consumers.
The incumbent would be required to accurately estimate the demand for various products and services of WHIN. He/She should gather, analyze and recommend the feasibility to establish WHIN Products. He/She would be overall custodian of order tracker generation, documentation & analysis, responsible for evaluation of markets and recommendations.
Roles and Responsibilities:
1 Scheduling & planning of Feasibility Studies.
2 Planning all necessary potentiality studies in new geographies through the feasibility team including development of templates of data collection.
3 Streamlining the data collection for all market research requirement for all new interventions planned by WaterHealth.
4 Manage the Demand Estimation team of the company.
5 Analysis of Feasibility Reports and making suitable Business Recommendation.
6 Support in Product Development.
7 Develop proposals for conducting feasibility studies for external clients / donors.
8 Ensure timely archival of the feasibility documents in KMS and other relevant portals of the company.
9 Develop Community and Customer Relationship.
10 Run the feasibility survey team of WHIN as an independent Profit Center.
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