Qualitative Senior Research Executive – Top Automotive Brands - Research Consultancy
London (currently home working) – £30,000 - £33,000 + strong benefits
Are you passionate about all things automotive? Keen to work with top car (or van/bike!) manufacturers innovating for the next generation of drivers? This is a fantastic role for a Qualitative Researcher keen to combine their ‘petrolhead’ leanings with their qualitative skills in a creative and supportive environment where ambition and achievement is rewarded. The good news is you don’t need experience in the automotive sector – just a demonstrable enthusiasm for everything with an engine alongside your well-honed qualitative experience.
They are well known for taking an investigative approach to research and utilise the full suite of methods from focus groups, communities, car clinics, client workshops and ethnography to challenge assumptions and reveal new opportunities for their clients.
With a solid grounding in qualitative research gained on the agency side, you will be accustomed to managing projects from start to finish, you will have moderated groups as well as depths and will have experience in delivering insights at senior levels. An excellent salary is on offer plus the chance to develop your consulting skills and career in this highly successful business.
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 helping thousands of Researchers,Insight Specialists and Data Analysis in their career moves, 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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