* Assist with internal and external fit and wear test data collections * Assist with the management of Brooks wear test community social media accounts * Assist with original wear test research that leads to innovating fit and wear learning and procedures * Create fit and wear test reports using Tableau, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word * Become familiar with the athletic product design features and components and how they influence fit and feel. * Develop loyal, engaging relationships with our fit and wear testers and the Brooks community * Other duties as assigned
* Current college (undergraduate or graduate) student or within one year of graduation working on degree in kinesiology, physiology, bio-engineering, biomechanical or mechanical engineering. * Product creation or running retail experience is ideal. * Experience with MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.). Experience with Tableau visualization dashboards is ideal. * Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrating effective listening through concise, clear verbal and written communication. * Keen attention to detail in planning, organization and execution of tasks. * Ability to demonstrate effective time management skills * Demonstration of innovation and initiative - always looking at improving our products and processes while also displaying a willingness to dive into the details and help wherever necessary. * Embraces and lives the Brooks values! * Minimum commitment of 6 months * Must be available to work at least 30 hours per week * Distribution of hours must be consistent and comprise of no less than 4 hours blocks * Ability to arrange transportation to Headquarters' Laboratory in Seattle, WA
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