Deadline for application: Thursday May 31, 2018
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a driven and curious market research professional to join a world renowned Educational publisher as Research Manager, supporting local regional teams in their market research efforts. This role is based in Oxford.
As Research Manager, aside from working with local research teams in the market to manage projects, you will also drive forward initiatives to ensure evidence-based research is associated with the company's products and services. The main responsibilities of the Research Manager will include: to manage multiple research projects, disseminate research results across the local teams, define research objectives and advise on the best research methodology to use, spot market trends worth investigating and recommend further research, project-manage and undertake impact studies, ensure research is run efficiently and on budget, create training materials and deliver training to enable colleagues to become more research literate, and review existing research processes as well as proactively look for ways of improving them.
The Research Manager will be an articulate and detail oriented team player, with solid experience of market research methods, either through working in an agency or client-side. You will be confident managing other team members (ideally remotely) and be a collaborative decision maker with excellent project management skills. The ability to think outside the box and proactively solve problems is also important.
In return, our client offers a generous salary and benefits package.
To apply for this position, please contact Verity Hawson at Inspired Selection publishing recruitment agency (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please provide a CV and your current salary details in your application. To view all current opportunities available via Inspired Selection, please visit our website at www.inspiredselection.com.
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