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over 6 years ago
Resources Group
Salary: 70000 - 80000 per annum
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Employment Type: All
Business sector: Both
Contact: Deborah Lewis
Sector: Healthcare, Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
Category: Market Research Jobs
When it comes to providing thought leadership at the heart of Healthcare market research & insight, few can match this major research group's pedigree. Growth of the business has created a need for a Senior Director to lead a team and key global accounts while also playing an active and influential part in the running and direction of the business. This is an ideal role for and excellent, senior 'all rounder' who is equally at home with client responsibilities and strategic research delivery as with team leadership and development, who is looking for a long term move to a top name in the sector.

The agency is well known for using the full toolbox of methodologies to address a wide range of tactical and strategic issues for all of the main global clients in the sector and you should therefore be a well-grounded research professional who can distil strategic recommendations from the research and present to, and advise, client audiences across a diverse spectrum of research and marketing specialisations. Strong commercial and management skills are also essential as you will be part of the senior management team and will lead and mentor a team of bright and talented researchers who will look to your for guidance and development.

A credible background in Healthcare research is a must, with agency experience at some stage in your career, and in return you can expect a market-leading salary and benefits package, plus all the career benefits one would expect from a 'world-class' employer.

To apply or for further information please contact Deborah Lewis, Director on applytodeborah@resourcesgroup.com or call.

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