Resource Manager (Part-time, 2.5/3days per week) – Healthcare Research Consultancy
Central London (Currently homeworking) - £40 - 45,000 pro rata + strong benefits
This is a newly created part-time role (2.5 or 3 days a week) within an international research and strategy consultancy focusing on healthcare research.
Hugely successful, with a busy project load, this team are now keen to recruit a Resource Manager to help drive delivery of high-quality insights for clients through effective management of people resources, pipeline and both qualitative and quantitative project work,
Reporting to the Operations Director and working in partnership with Research Directors, you will support the business by managing pipeline activity, support pitches and proposals and allocating the best resource for project success. You will build relationships with researchers across the team (and the roster of freelancers) to understand clear picture of skills, capabilities and development needs to enable you to draw together the right team for every project (both qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods). You will also be skilled at implementing and driving efficient processes that ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget.
Strong market research agency background is a must, either in resource management, project management or full-service research ideally with some healthcare sector exposure – expertise in workflow management would also be advantageous. Above all you will have superb interpersonal and organisation skills - the ability to influence and negotiate are key to the success of the role. A great opportunity to have business wide influence and a vital part of the successful delivery of outstanding and impactful work to clients.
To apply or for further information please contact Deborah Lewis, Director, Resources Group on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 242 6321.
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