The Research Manager will be covering a period of maternity leave and ideally will get started in early November for at least 12 months.
This role would suit a Research Manager or high end Senior Research Executive looking to make the step into a more senior position.
Working on trackers and ad hoc quantitative research projects, you will have the chance to lead on certain markets in a close knit team with a friendly and open working culture.
Good knowledge and experience in brand health trackers, market sizing projects and a clever head for quantitative market research will be important.
This role pay between £32,000 and £36,000 depending on seniority, and note that this role is based in west London (Zone 3), although a very short distance away from a tube station.