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Research Consultant (Quant) - Industry Leading Training

Job description

An exciting opportunity for a junior researcher to join an award-winning insights consultancy and see their career leap forwards thanks to industry leading training and an exciting range of complex marketing challenges for blue-chip clients.
This agency has won numerous awards both for their brilliant culture and their innovative research. Their approach to problem-solving is brief-led, not methodology-led, meaning they work on tailored strategic ad-hoc projects. Projects might include (but may not be limited to) brand health, pricing architecture, segmentation, advertising effectiveness, customer experience, U&A's, comms testing, innovation, and new product development. 
As a Consultant, you will quickly play a key in the running of projects and will see you methodological toolkit, strategic thinking and client management capabilities develop quickly, with heaps of opportunities for formalised learning as well as on the job training and access to some of the best senior talent in Australia!
What they’re looking for:
  • Experience supporting across commercial quant consumer research (ideally tracking and adhoc) from within a fast-paced agency environment
  • A keen interest in brands and consumer behaviour
  • Strong client comms and relationship building capabilities
  • A strategic mindset and constant curiosity
  • Problem solvers who love asking why and what’s next?
  • Some base technical capabilities with analytical packages such as Excel, Q, SPSS 
  • Collaborative team players
A brilliant starting salary and fantastic perks (socials, flexible working, 2 lucrative bonus pools, designer office, training schemes, additional holidays etc) as well as unrivalled industry progression will be on offer for the right candidate.

To find out more please contact Rowan Haylett at Resources Group on

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