London – Bespoke Projects – £40,000-£45,000
As part of a multinational professional services firm, this growing insight consultancy is offering the right candidate the one-of-a-kind opportunity to utilise their traditional qualitative research skills in a highly commercial and specialist environment.
Focusing on upgrading this consultancy’s already impressive brand marketing efforts, you will join other established researchers managing a range of qualitative bespoke projects and multi-country trackers (voice of customer and voice of employee), combining deep customer insights with leading-edge design capabilities to deliver business-changing strategies for a varied client-base across Technology, Media, Retail, Health and Automotive sectors. At the Research Manager level, you will take the lead on several key accounts, propelling yourself to the top of the insights business as you develop your projects and sector expertise.
You will need extensive experience running both ad-hoc and tracking projects (online) from start to finish within an agency environment. Strong numerical skills and commercial acumen will be key, you will be confident in mentoring juniors, building strong relationships and presenting to high profile clients. Also, important will be your drive to keep up to date with the latest research tools and initiatives within voice of customer, voice of employee and digital research.
If the above sounds like you and you are on the lookout for a new opportunity outside of the standard research agency environment, then please send your CV to Kaya Sielachowska at Resources Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.