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Qualitative Research Manager – Leisure, Hospitality & Tourism Clients – Brand Consultancy

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Qualitative Research Manager – Leisure, Hospitality & Tourism Clients – Brand Consultancy

Manchester (Hybrid, 1-2 office days), £40,000 - £45,000 + benefits

An exciting opportunity to join an innovative research team at a growing brand consultancy in Manchester!

As the newest recruit to the team, you will work closely with exciting clients in the leisure, tourism, and hospitality sectors, helping them to align their customer experience and shape inspirational brand visions for the future! From day one you will work closely with senior team members on project planning, research, and creative insights delivery, utilising various mainly qualitative methodologies to create totally bespoke projects tailored to the individual needs of your clients. You will get under the skin of consumers both in the UK and on an international scale (there may be opportunities for travel), and also take on responsibility for training/mentoring more junior team members.

This is the ideal role for qualitative researcher and brand enthusiast who has experience of all aspects of the research process from proposal to presentation and is confident in their ability to manage relationships with high profile clients.  

A passion for and experience in a range of qualitative methods including group moderation, depth interviews, online communities and accompanied shops plus strong insights delivery/storytelling skills will be essential.

In return for your experience, you will have the opportunity to take the lead on some truly fascinating projects, in a company which encourages individuality, diversity, and autonomy.

The ideal candidate will be close enough to travel to the Manchester office at least once a week.

Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background.