Listed by The Research Partnership
Location: South West London, Great Britain
Structure:permanent, full time Up to 40 hours
Package: GBP £negotiable
Description: Added by The Research Partnership -
Research Manager (Qualitative / Quantitative Research) - Healthcare/Pharma Market Research
Research Partnership is the largest independent healthcare market research and consulting agency in the world. We are looking for a dedicated and ambitious Research Manager with a background in either Qualitative or Quantitative research to join our fast growing team in Fulham, London.
Research Partnership works with a wide variety of clients from across the global pharmaceutical, medtech and biotech industries, providing research intelligence and strategic recommendations that elevate healthcare brands and power their success. Our team in London currently numbers over 100, and we have offices situated around the globe.
The Research Manager role we are looking to hire is a pivotal role within our business. You will work on varied international projects, supporting more senior directors to manage and deliver multi-country strategic insight projects for a range of clients, while also managing the work of more junior executives and analysts. You will be the day-to-day point of contact for clients for the duration of a project, and will be involved in putting together and delivering proposals and client presentations. Our projects can entail either purely Qualitative or purely Quantitative methodologies, or can be a mixture of Qualitative and Quantitative techniques.
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This is a full time role (37.5 hours a week), based at our Fantastic HQ location in Fulham Green, directly opposite Putney Bridge in London, which boasts free state-of-the-art gym with showers, on-site café, outdoor cinema, panoramic river views, landscaped gardens and regular social events.
Date added: 14/02/2019
Listed Until: 28/03/2019
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