Managing Director - UK
Research Manager – Global Consultancy, Boutique Culture!
Central London (Hybrid with c2 office days) £35 – 45,000 + strong benefits
This global Insight Consultancy partners closely with some of the worlds’ most loved brands enabling their clients to make informed, evidence-based decisions founded on cultural, brand and consumer insights.
With offices in all corners of the world they are a truly international agency and value culture, different opinions, and new ways of working. They are well-known for their ability to deliver impactful insights that connects with consumers, improves brands performance, advertising and marketing success.
The London HQ of this outstanding agency is looking for a Research Manager to join their collaborative and positive team of strategists, researchers, and consultants. A varied client-facing and hands-on role, you will manage quantitative research projects from an initial client meeting, through to the final report and presentation. With support from Directors you will take research briefs, attend workshop sessions with your clients, ensure projects run smoothly with the support of junior execs and find key nuggets of insights to generate compelling brand stories.
You will have commercial research agency experience with a focus on quantitative methods. An independent and innovative thinker, you will be confident in your end-to-end research skills with an ability to find stories in data and an eye for detail.
This agency offers the benefits of an international group with a boutique working culture including tailored training, development, and progression plans, wellness initiatives, hybrid and flexible working arrangements alongside social events and a highly active CSR programme.
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.