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Strategic Consultant (Research Manager) – Behavioural science & Quantitative methods

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Strategic Consultant (Research Manager)  –  Behavioural science & Quantitative methods

Boutique Strategic Consultancy

London/Hybrid - to £45k+ benefits

A rare opportunity in the market research world for you to combine your quant skills with your interest in consumer psychology and behavioural science theories!

This growing strategic consultancy were one of the first on the London scene when it came to incorporating behavioural economics, delivering a new level of consumer and public understanding to their enviable list of high-profile clients.

The team here already have an impressive knowledge of traditional primary research and experimental behavioural methodologies, but there are always new areas in which to grow and develop!

As the newest recruit to the quant team, you will work with clients across the social, health, and consumer sectors across a range of big thinking, high impact projects. As well as managing projects you will play a key role in helping to develop the consultancy’s deployment of quantitative methods and training/mentoring junior team members.

The range of methods/techniques here are hugely varied and could include:

  • Implicit techniques – evaluative priming, Association Tests, Item Response Theory

  • Physiological response measurement and eye tracking

  • Behavioural experiment design & evaluation

  • Behavioural applications of conjoint and choice modelling 

  • Customer experience measurement & evaluation

  • Behavioural journey (longitudinal) tracking via mobile/online diaries 

In return for your skills and experience you will receive an excellent starting salary, benefits, and the chance to play a senior role in the growth of a forward-thinking agency!

For more information, please send your CV to Cat Biles at Resources Group –

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.