Senior Qual/Quant Project Manager – Leading Healthcare Agency
Central London - £28,000-£32,000
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-established and highly reputable healthcare agency. As Senior Project Manager, you will be working closely with researchers, actively contributing to proposals, providing costings and timelines as well as being a key point of contact for clients. You will be a confident Project Manager, happy to own the management of projects, as well as assisting junior colleagues on others. You will monitor progress and co-ordinate fieldwork, writing screeners and ensuring that projects are delivered on time and to budget.
To qualify for this rare opportunity you should have proven experience in qualitative and ideally some quant project management either from a field agency or a research agency along with a strong desire to expand your current skillset. Any experience within healthcare or pharmaceutical research will be a plus. In return a great salary is on offer as well as a stable and flourishing working environment where you will have every opportunity to build and progress your career.
To apply or for further information please contact Deborah Lewis, Managing Director - UK, 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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