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Research Manager - Quantitative Research
Our client is a mixed-methodology newly formed market research agency based in Berkshire. They currently have a small core team and some pillar accounts, and are looking to grow quite rapidly in 2014, having been set up in 2013. Currently their work is focused on the Retail sector, however they are planning to diversify their sector base. They have been doing a mixture of continuous and ad hoc studies for a major national retailer, as well as working within the Online Retail space.
They are looking for a bright Quantitative Research Manager to join their team, whose responsibilities will include working on projects for their existing pillar accounts, as well as contributing to the new business pitching that the senior team will be leading.
The agency’s Quantitative work will cover Market Mapping & Segmentation, Brand and Advert Tracking, Online Panels / Communities, CAPI; some exposure to each of these Quantitative project types would be beneficial.
Key personal competencies:
* Enthusiasm – this will be a start up environment, so applicants must be self-motivating and keen to grow the business and their own roles
* Analytical – able to distil important information for clients from a range of different data forms
* Impactful communication – an ability to present information to clients in a clear, concise and easy to interpret manner
* Between 2 and 5 years experience within a market research agency / a research-oriented role at a boutique consultancy
* Experience working on a range of Quantitative-led projects, particularly within the Retail sector
* Exposure to designing and utilising innovative research projects
This would be a great opportunity for an ambitious Quantitative researcher to join an exciting new agency, led by individuals with proven track records for growing successful businesses and teams within the Insight & Strategy space.
Quantitative Research Manager / Insight & Strategy Agency / Berkshire / £32k to £45k depending on experience