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Senior Research Executive – Public Sector & Commercial clients – Strategic Consultancy

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Senior Research Executive – Public Sector & Commercial clients – Strategic Consultancy

Central London (Hybrid, c1-2 office days) £30,000 - £38,000 + excellent benefits

Joining this growing innovative strategic consultancy and  you will get to work with iconic clients across public, third and commercial sectors and have the chance to influence some of the country’s most senior audiences.

This company liaises with CEO’s, MP’s, Board members and Heads of Marketing/ Comms providing strategic insight to help high-profile stakeholders achieve their goals. Projects will be qualitative and mixed methods including communications testing, stakeholder & reputation research, co-creative and deliberative engagement pieces for broad-ranging clients spanning the government departments, regulatory bodies,  charities sectors, utilities.

You will have the opportunity to further develop your tool-box of qualitative techniques, including moderating groups (face to face and online) and communities,  depth interviews and ethnography, co-creation and deliberative workshops.

You will have some qualitative and/ or mixed methods research experience gained in an agency and a keen interest/ experience in public/ third sector research but what’s really important is your personality. 

If you are intellectually curious, ambitious, engaged/interested in public affairs, tenacious and a team player then this is the place for you.  You should be passionate about the subject matter and want to get involved in every stage of the process when solving complex and sensitive issues for your clients.

This consultancy rewards their employees with very attractive salaries, generous holidays and benefits packages, and there will be plenty of opportunity to further progress your career in a stimulating and supportive 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.