Salary: £50,000 - 60,000 + benefits Location: Greater London,Central London Job Type: Permanent

An exciting opportunity for an ambitious quant/qual specialist to join an award-winning research consultancy.


A respected research consultancy with a fully integrated qual/quant offer and significant international coverage. With over 20 years of history, they work across a range of sectors, including financial, energy, professional, telecoms and technology.

There are always initiatives relating to innovation, thought leadership, new business, client development and international growth.


This is a broad and rewarding role for an ambitious researcher who is either a quantitative specialist or a dualist. Your responsibilities will include:

- Managing ad-hoc research projects, including developing project spec, client liaison, designing research materials and communicating conclusions across multidisciplinary teams.
- Scheduling and leading on analysis and reporting.
- Helping to win new projects by assisting with proposals and pitching.
- Supporting on other research projects, including managing a share of fieldwork, contributing to analysis and debriefing to clients.

Ideally this agency is looking for a quantie with some qual experience but they're also open to hearing from 100% quant researchers. It's a great agency where collaboration is key and little attention is paid to job titles.


You'll do great if you can combine the following experience, skills and attributes:

- A passion for research; enjoys keeping up with the latest thinking by reading widely
- Comfortable with online and classic research methodologies
- On the quantitative side; experienced in questionnaire design and familiar with techniques such as factor and cluster analysis, as well as conjoint and regression analysis
- Proven experience managing/leading projects from brief to design, conducting fieldwork, analysis and delivering reports

If this sounds like you, please apply today.
Please only apply for this role if you are eligible to work in the UK.