Graduate Research Executive | Quant & Qual!
Salary | £22,000 - £24,000 + fantastic benefits
Location | Central London
THE ROLE & COMPANY | These graduate Quant/Qual roles don’t come along very often! A boutique, multi-award winning and highly-ambitious B2B market research led consultancy are looking for a superstar Graduate Research Exec to join their team. The team are truly inspirational and you’ll learn from the best in the industry! They demonstrate infectious levels of passion, energy and determination to get the job done to the highest possible standards. The team deliver insights that generate real competitive edge for their clients across different B2B sectors including Technology, Financial & Professional Services, Transport, Industrial, Media, Education and Publishing. They invest heavily in their staff’s professional and personal development and have very high employee retention levels. This is because the agency encourages lateral thinkers & highly curious individuals and believes that their contribution deserves to be recognised with rapid career development. You will be working on ad-hoc, international projects and addressing strategic challenges with the world’s leading brands.
ABOUT YOU | What sets you apart from other Graduate researchers is your entrepreneurial mind-set, impeccable client management abilities and readiness to push boundaries! You thrive in a relaxing and social culture that encourages strategic thinking and business savviness. B2B research experience is a bonus (an internship!) but the agency will consider ambitious, budding research professionals from consumer research or ‘non-research’ backgrounds such as consultancy or marketing. You are a great ‘story teller’ with a natural talent to derive engaging insight and strategic recommendations from primary and secondary data. The role will suit a flexible, creative Graduate Research Executive’s level candidate who is keen to question and challenge. You will be excited by the idea of applying research and insight to clients’ strategic issues, not just ‘doing’ research. Your degree subject is less important but you've achieved a minimum of 2:1 (ideally First!) combined with Masters from a reputable University.