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Senior Research Consultant - High Impact Social Research

Job description

Experts at delivering insights to inform behaviour change, policies, and strategy, this leading social research organisation are seeking a new Senior Consultant to join their talented and passionate team.
Reporting to a Director in the quantitative research team, you will be supported by a diverse team of researchers, PMs, programmers, statisticians and data scientists as you work across a range of exciting quant studies. Projects will be both quick turnaround and large-scale ongoing studies requiring strong client servicing and insights capabilities. You will have exposure to a range of topics and utilise both digital and face to face methodologies. Key responsibilities will include:
  • Ownership of the end-to-end management, execution, and delivery of research projects
  • Communicating with and managing internal and external stakeholders
  • Leading analysis, reports, and proposals
  • Effectively problem solving issues and adapting on the fly
  • Contributing to continuous improvement of processes and methodologies
  • Mentor junior team members
This role would suit someone from a social or government research background who enjoys variety and delivering high impact research. Those from commercial research backgrounds will be considered but you must be able to demonstrate a passion for and understanding of the complexities of social research and have strong quantitative and project management expertise (including skills in Q/SPSS) . You will have strong attention to detail, great stakeholder management capabilities and high levels of organisation.
In exchange for your experience, you will be joining a fun, friendly, flexible environment with great progression opportunities and the chance to play a key role in a fascinating high impact piece of social research.

To apply, please send your CV Cat Biles at Resources Group  for any additional information/ for a confidential chat.

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