Public Sector Qualitative Research Director - 6 month CTR

City of London
£60000.00-60000.00 per annum
13 Oct 2016
10 Nov 2016
Richard Jenkins
FMCG, Generalist
Contract Type
Full Time
Public sector Research -Qualitative Research Director (6 month contract)

Do you have an avid interest in public sector research and want to work in a more worthwhile sector? Would you like to work for charities, government departments and third sector clients to design research that will help improve people's lives or impact on shaping public policy?

We are working with a specialist public sector research consultancy who are looking for a qualitative director mid-level researchers to bolster their rapidly expanding insight team. They are looking for people with an interest in the sector who would like to apply their commercial research skills to a social research setting.

They are one of the biggest and most well-known agencies in the sector, working hand in hand with most government agencies as well as charities on their most strategic issues.

You will get a chance to lead research projects and work with a variety of differing clients from initial research debrief to the final deliverable.

Ideally you will have:

* At least 8 years research experience from a reputable market research agency or internally on the client side

* Either fluent in mixed methodologies or primarily a qualitative researcher

* An avid interest in delivering insights to third sector clients

This is an excellent opportunity and time to join a fast growing research team where you'll be given a lot of autonomy. If you'd like to find out more about the opportunity or the company then please get in touch!

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