Director - UK
Quant Senior Project Exec – International Social Research
London / Hybrid working - £Excellent + Benefits
Keen to catapult your career by joining a leading industry name? This agency has a great and diverse culture, full of enthusiastic people from a range of backgrounds that bring fresh perspectives and skills. They continually invest in their employees in terms of training and advancement opportunities, ensuring your career keeps moving forwards in line with your ambitions.
As a Quant Senior Project Executive, you will be joining a well-established team working on prestigious international studies across policy areas with a wide range of multi-national organisations.
You will play a key role in delivering a variety of high-profile multi-country projects, with a focus on project and financial management.
More specifically you will have the opportunity to get involved in:
Creating and managing project plans
Client communication helping to manage expectations and ensuring projects stay on track
Effectively managing relationships with suppliers and with internal operations colleagues
Working with large and remote teams; including briefing local agencies and monitoring their progress on multi-country studies
Input in survey design to ensure questionnaires meet clients’ and stakeholders’ objectives
Helping to oversee the financial management of projects, including monitoring time and cost spend against budget.
You’ll have the opportunity to get involved in business development by helping to identify new business opportunities, contributing to proposals and sourcing and providing cost quotations.
The starting salary will reflect your experience and future potential within the role and you can be assured of an excellent benefits package and to be joining a company that has truly embraced flexible and remote working.
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.