Research Manager – Top Sports Clients - Strategic Global Agency
Central London (Currently home working), £33,000-£39,000 + great benefits
Are you a consultative consumer researcher with a passion for sports? Fantastic role with a leading player in the sports research field whose clients include the biggest global sporting events, sports governing bodies and sponsors.
This is a great move for a passionate researcher who can tell a compelling story based on key insights gained from primary research and integrating other data sources. Leading ad hoc and tracking studies, you will also need strong proposal writing, superior project management, and advanced presentation skills gained in a mainly quantitative focused consumer research role. You don’t need experience in the sports sector but an enthusiasm for sport is ideal.
With responsibility for building trusted client relationships, varied projects in this fast-paced environment include sponsorship and advertising awareness, brand perception, supporter experience and attitudes and sports fan segmentation. Your enthusiasm, drive and tip-top communication skills will ensure success in a creative and stimulating environment.
This sports-focused division is part of one of the most successful global agencies out there, so this role comes with the all the benefits, role security, and career prospects you would expect from a leading research group.
To apply or for further information please contact Deborah Lewis, Director, Resources Group on email@example.com 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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