Clientside Insight Executive–Behaviour Change Not-for-Profit
Central London, £ 30,000-£34,000 + Strong benefits
Looking to take your career to the clientside? Look no further than this interesting new role at a Government-backed not-for-profit organisation tasked with influencing consumers to change the way they use energy using technologically advanced energy-saving tools.
With a good grounding across quantitative (and ideally qualitative) methodologies, you will be looking for an opportunity to work strategically with internal stakeholders and contribute to delivering research insights that truly drive business strategy! Project design and management skills plus the ability to run ad-hoc and tracking work from end to end will be important, but above all you will need to be a researcher who goes one step further – always asking so what? How can we dig deeper? What can we recommend from the insights to really drive our strategy forwards?
Applicants will ideally currently be working in a research agency and be looking to devote your energy developing one company’s marketing efforts or perhaps will already be working client-side and be looking for a fresh challenge. To apply you’ll need exposure to a range of quantitative methodologies (any qual a bonus) and be able to work effectively in a team environment with direction and intelligence.
To apply or for further information please contact Deborah Lewis, Director, Resources Group on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 242 6321.
About Resources Group
With over twenty five years’ experience in the business and offices in London and Sydney, no one has better knowledge of the MR and Insights job market than Resources Group. Our consultants take the time to understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing impartial advice and finding you the best career move, with access to an unrivalled range of opportunities with top employers in the sector.
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