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Qualitative Senior Research Exec/ Junior Manager – London – Cutting Edge Bespoke Research!

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Qualitative Senior Research Exec/ Junior Manager – London – Cutting Edge Bespoke Research!

Behavioural Economics, Brand Strategy, Comms

London/Hybrid - £30,000 - £35,000 + great benefits!

Pushing themselves to the forefront of research thinking and known for their inspired thinking, innovative approaches and ability to solve even the most complex problems, this growing boutique research consultancy is looking for an ambitious and passionate Qualitative Researcher to join the team at their Central London office (hybrid working also an option).

With clients in a range of sectors including advertising, utilities, retail, financial services, retail, travel/tourism and much more you will enjoy a varied and exciting role which will allow you to build upon your research and analysis skills and industry knowledge, thus offering amazing opportunities for career development! Using a range of methodologies, you will help some the best-known brands untie some of their knottiest problems in communicating with their consumers.

Probably at Senior Research Executive level currently, you will be used to running ad-hoc qual projects from start to finish within a research agency environment and will be confident moderating focus groups, conducting depth interviews and using digital methodologies where appropriate. An interest in developing knowledge in new areas, and an interest in psychology and behavioural economics as well as an outgoing and bubbly personality are absolute musts, and above all you will be passionate and ambitious with an unexplainable curiosity to understand what makes people tick!

If the this sounds interesting and you would like to find out more then please send your CV to Cat Biles at Resources Group:  

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.