Associate Director - Financial Services

5 days left

£38000.00-45000.00 per annum
05 Oct 2016
02 Nov 2016
Amy Kirby
Contract Type
Full Time
The Company

Our client is a full service research agency, based in a great London location, with modern offices and a friendly and professional working environment. They are looking for an Associate Director to join their Financial Services team to work across a range of projects. This role will suit someone who enjoys ad hoc projects, where you can work with some really interesting clients to help them develop a range of products for their clients.

The Role

In this role, you will be working on projects from proposal through to reporting and presenting to clients. You will be working on a variety of projects including NPD, innovation, pricing & forecasting, proposition and concept testing. You will be leading on the projects, building up strong client relationships.

Key Duties Include:-

-Proposal writing

-Pitching for new business

-Designing research methodologies

-Overseeing the research team working on the projects


-Reporting and presenting results

-Building up strong client relationships

The Candidate

The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level and will have a strong background in quantitative research. You will have worked in the financial services market and will be looking to work in a role that offers variety. You will have experience working on projects from proposal stages through to presenting actionable findings to clients. Agency or clientside experience will be considered.

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