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12 months ago
Resources Group
Salary: £45000 - £50000 per annum
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: B2C
Contact: Catriona Stone
Sector: Agency
Category: Market Research Jobs, Consultancy Jobs
Senior DP Executive - Innovative start-up
London - Mobile insights - £45,000 - £50,000

Are you an experienced DP professional looking to join a firm that's really going places? One of the most ambitious, innovative research agencies in the industry now has an opening for a Senior Data Processing Executive to join its growing team, working with some of the biggest names across FMCG, retail and telecoms. With backing from major investors, this offers unrivalled consumer insights, using the latest technology to draw on real-time data.

Working with a dynamic research and data processing team, you will take full ownership of the data processing function in a rapidly growing team. You will use your expertise, ensuring that scripting and datasets are processed efficiently and use your experience to work with the latest technology in the mobile insights industry.

In this standout opportunity, you will be right at the core of start-up entering an extremely exciting stage of growth. You will have solid experience in data processing with ideally 'R' and Python exposure but also SQL and Javascript. It's likely that you will currently be working within a commercial market research environment (panel company, insights team or market research agency) and you will be looking for an opportunity to step up and develop your career in a vibrant, fast-paced environment.

Resources Group guarantees confidentiality and quality service. No applications are forwarded to third party clients without an applicant's prior consent.

To apply or for further information please contact Catriona Stone, Consultant, Resources Group on applytocatriona@resourcesgroup.com or call.

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