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£30 - 43,000
Job type:
Permanent
Sector:
Charity, Public Sector, Market Research Agency
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Contact:
carl dines

Join this hugely respected organisation in a Senior Research Executive/Research Manager equivalent role where you'll be at the forefront of research that influences policy makers, practitioners, academics and the media, thus shaping our understanding of the world we live in and how it is changing.

Projects use the full range of data collection techniques and methodological innovation. You'll be responsible for surveys from development to delivery, meaning you'll be involved in all stages including design, set up, monitoring fieldwork, data analysis and reporting. As such you'll communicate with external stakeholders and clients, as well as other internal teams. Having the ability to supervise and mentor more junior staff is also a good part of this role.

Ideally you'll be a research professional with background in quantitative social survey or market research (and have always wanted to get into this sector). In so doing you'll have experience of conducting research surveys and analysing the resulting data; additionally you'll have an interest in survey design and methodology plus strong project management skills too.

This is a great chance to see yourself working on projects and with teams that will make a difference. You'll get to enhance your social research credentials, learn new skills and collaborate with true influencers in this field.

For further details contact Carl at Resources Group

Join this hugely respected organisation in a Senior Research Executive/Research Manager equivalent role where you'll be at the forefront of research that influences policy makers, practitioners, academics and the media, thus shaping our understanding of the world we live in and how it is changing.

Projects use the full range of data collection techniques and methodological innovation. You'll be responsible for surveys from development to delivery, meaning you'll be involved in all stages including design, set up, monitoring fieldwork, data analysis and reporting. As such you'll communicate with external stakeholders and clients, as well as other internal teams. Having the ability to supervise and mentor more junior staff is also a good part of this role.

Ideally you'll be a research professional with background in quantitative social survey or market research (and have always wanted to get into this sector). In so doing you'll have experience of conducting research surveys and analysing the resulting data; additionally you'll have an interest in survey design and methodology plus strong project management skills too.

This is a great chance to see yourself working on projects and with teams that will make a difference. You'll get to enhance your social research credentials, learn new skills and collaborate with true influencers in this field.

For further details contact Carl at Resources Group

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