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Research Manager – Environment, Education, Housing, Wellbeing – Social Research Agency

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Research Manager – Environment, Education, Housing, Wellbeing – Social Research Agency

Central London (Hybrid working) £38 – 48,000 + great benefits

Are you experienced in undertaking research with social purpose?   This full-service market agency provides the top social and public research clients with access to world-class survey research services and impactful insights. A team of focused social, government and public researchers, they offer their clients a full range of survey design, quantitative and qualitative methodologies, evaluation, statistical consulting and analytical thinking. They have an established track record as a centre for excellence in the provision of social research services across a wide range of policy areas.

They are currently seeking a Quantitative or mixed-methods social/ public research specialist to join the team. As a Research Manager you will lead in the development, design and delivery of a variety of social/public sector research projects, which could encompass the policy areas as varied as the environment, housing, education, regulatory, wellbeing, energy and business.

You will need strong experience of the social/ public research project cycle gained in a research agency or consultancy environment, with expertise in research design, data analysis, story-telling, insight generation and reporting. Providing excellent client service is also key – you’ll use your excellent communication abilities to help to answer difficult questions with practical answers and to provide high-quality research advice.

In return you’ll enjoy further developing your skills and researching some of the most important social issues of our time in a flexible, friendly and diverse environment.

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.