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Quantitative Research Manager/ Associate Director

Quantitative Research Manager/ Associate Director

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    £37k - 50k per year

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    over 4 years ago

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My client is looking for a Quantitative Research Manager / Associate Director to join the company on a 9-month maternity cover starting in December 2019. The role would suit a candidate with knowledge of FMCG, retail and media sectors, looking to build their experience of managing core accounts and gain exposure to exciting research methods.

The role:

Working closely with the senior team of the business, there will be significant on-the-job training in the first month as the candidate familiarises themselves with the core accounts and clients point of difference.

They are looking for a candidate that can grow into the role quickly, so the role is ideal for a candidate who has experience in managing key accounts independently, offering sound quantitative research advice and supporting the team in delivering insight projects to a very high standard.

Their typical range of work includes mainly ad hoc work ranging from new product development, shopper research, category reviews to advertising effectiveness for some of the biggest household names in these sectors.

Ideal candidate:

My Client is looking for an experienced Research Manager or Associate Director who has a proven track record in key account management and a strong understanding of quantitative research methods that deliver innovative research solutions. The successful candidate will be highly client focused with excellent communication skills.

It is also important that the candidate has previous experience in working with and inspiring more junior members of staff to ensure that the day-to-day management of projects is run effectively and that outputs are compelling and tailored towards our clients’ needs.

While the role will be supported by junior execs, the small team size means that it is also important that the candidate is happy to pitch in to do everyday research tasks.

To discuss this role in full then please contact mark on 0207 378 5476 or mark.leigh@suehill .com