Graduate Research Executive | High End Fashion + NY Travel

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£22,000 to £24,000 + amazing benefits
Posted
13 Oct 2016
Closes
13 Nov 2016
Sector
Generalist, Retail
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Graduate Research Executive | High End Fashion + NY Travel

Salary | £22,000 to £24,000 + amazing benefits

Location | Central London

THE ROLE & COMPANY| Fancy working with a New York-based high-fashion retail client? A fantastic opportunity for QUANTITATIVE Research Exec (Graduate or RE) to join a ground-breaking agency at the heart of hip London. They have a reputation for delivering trend-led insight, strategy and ideas that inspire famous brands across the world. Their culture is great too (creative, open & playful with emphasis on real collaborative work). You will work in an environment that constantly challenges and stimulates you. The team develop cutting edge quantitative techniques and tools and unique insight narratives. This role will truly TRANSFORM your career!

ABOUT YOU | You are an extraordinarily bright Graduate with an impressive academic background (1st Class or min 2:1 from a well-respected University). You are fascinated and inspired by people and have got proven interest in quantitative research methodologies. Your ideal agency is progressive and at the leading edge of developments in quant research. You’ve got an entrepreneurial spirit and clear career goals. You have a VERY high standard of written outputs (professional and visually engaging; easy to follow and written in excellent English). You can put "research and data" into context, and within a bigger and commercial business picture. You are proud of your strong academic background and Maths or Statistics at A level or University with an exceptional grade (or can demonstrate another proof of numeracy awareness and understanding of statistics and probability).

Previous experience in a Quant agency (internship etc.) will be highly advantageous.

HOW TO APPLY | Please apply with your CV, a cover note explaining your interest in Quant Research and suitability for the above role.