Senior Research Executive – Social (Learning / Skills)
London – £26,000 - £30,000 + Excellent Benefits Package
The Company, Culture and Values
The agency is independent and has reported strong financial growth over the years, and they continue to build on their success and strengthen their brand. They work with both public and private sector clients across a range of areas, but have a particular expertise in the areas of Learning and Skills, Regulation and Employment. Their work is very much focussed on delivering tailored solutions to meet the needs of their clients, and they draw upon both quantitative and qualitative tools and techniques. As a company, they strive to enlighten their clients with strong analysis and insights and the team fosters a welcoming, supportive and collaborative environment. Everyone is passionate about the work they are delivering to clients, going the extra mile to deliver added value. They place great emphasis on learning and development, ensuring everyone’s career path is nurtured and any skills gaps are addressed with appropriate training courses offered both internally and externally. Promotion is on merit, and as an organisation they are non-hierarchical.
They are now focussed on hiring a Senior Research Executive calibre candidate who will be able to come on board and make an immediate contribution to the team. You’ll either already have some experience working with social sector clients or be able to demonstrate enthusiasm and a strong interest to work in this area. At this level, you will have previously worked in an agency environment and you’ll certainly be comfortable when it comes to developing questionnaires, conducting analysis, and contributing towards writing insightful reports and presentations. A dual quant : qual background would be ideal.
- Training and development, as well as swift promotion opportunities depending on performance
- A strong benefits package and attractive bonus scheme
- The opportunity to work in a sector and conduct research that truly impacts people’s lives