Packaging Researcher

Recruiter
Location
central Hampshire
Salary
around £35-£50k & bonus
Posted
10 Oct 2016
Closes
07 Nov 2016
Ref
1856
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This growing agency is full of hugely friendly people and, unsurprisingly, appears towards the top of The Times Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work for.

They have a formidable all-round offer for their clients – from exploring the concept, taste, smell, packaging and pricing, of products to measuring emotional responses to advertising using cutting edge neuroscience techniques. Hence their impressive client list.

The Director who heads their team of packaging experts is in the fortunate position of having both very loyal repeat clients and a team of three excellent junior researchers who handle the day-to-day delivery of projects.

What he now needs is more senior support on the most thought-intensive elements of the research process: tailoring and developing their excellent methodologies to suit client issues, writing proposals, delivering debriefs and nurturing client relationships. If you love these elements of the research process, then this will be an excellent move.

You will be helping clients from around the world to identify and optimise winning pack solutions that drive impact and purchase and so will definitely be seeing the fruits of your research appear at the supermarket.

As well as employing a mixture of traditional quant techniques to understand the effectiveness of new packaging, you will also be developing innovative and sophisticated approaches to understand how packaging works at a sub-conscious level.

You will be working in their airy, attractive offices in a lively and charming city, about an hour from London, with plenty of countryside and coast nearby.

The successful candidate will have a strong background in ad hoc FMCG research, great communications skills and an urge to become an expert in their field.

So don’t delay - call now for more details – 020 8840 4686 or email fiona@snapdragonrecruitment.co.uk to hear more.