Qualitative Project Manager | Insight and Design Strategy
We are working with a global insights and design strategy company who does just that. They collaborate with businesses to understand the consumer through observing and empathising with their behaviour. This involves spotting themes and patterns, looking at how different people use products, what works, what doesn't and what insights can be uncovered to create strategy.
Operating across Asia and Europe, they now have buzzing offices in 7 countries and their work varies hugely. From using trend data as a stepping stone to innovate the Australian biscuit market, through to redesigning brand values for local Asian communities. Their methods are proving to be a huge success with clients really buying into the evidence lead approach from a qualitative angle. They have secured repetitive business with global giants such as Lego, Facebook, Danone and DBS, to name a few.
Qualitative fieldwork will always remain at the crux of their operation - it's about experimenting with creative workshops, watching and decoding human behaviour patterns to invent user-centred products and new ways for brands to communicate with their consumers.
They are looking for a qualitative project manager, who's key responsibilities will include supporting researchers and other project management team members in methodology, bidding, sustainability of locations, facilities and sampling logistics, providing costs for new business proposals or existing projects, project set up and management, along with providing expertise and proactive guidance as to how to be as operationally efficient as possible.
They are looking for someone who is:
A Project Manager with over 2 years' experience
Curious for knowledge regarding people, culture, brands and business
Proactive and entrepreneurial
Able to exhibit strategic thinking throughout all stages of the project
Able to express exceptionally well, verbally and in writing, in English
Resourceful in seeking out information and thrives on solving big problems
The real draw of the role is what you can learn in terms of new techniques and uncovering insights and add to your existing skill-set and diversify your experience, making future opportunities broader too. If this sounds like a challenge you'd like, then apply below!