This is a comms-focused role working of a wonderful portfolio of global drinks brands. The work spans pre-testing, campaign evaluation and ad effectiveness and these brands have enormous marketing spends both above and below the line. If you love marketing communications, get a buzz from working on big brand names, enjoy team management and want to work in a forward thinking, dynamic environment, this could be a really exciting next step.
The first thing that stands out about this mid-sized, growing agency is the scale of opportunity for career development. The organisation is enormously successful and growing at a rate of knots. It’s the kind of place where you can stick your hand up to get involved in new projects and develop your own specialist areas of interest. And there’s no waiting around for promotion either – you get promoted when you are ready and there are lots of examples of people moving up quickly, both as the result of the level of exposure and the work coming in. The leadership team is bright, motivated and experienced – and training and development are taken very seriously.
What’s different about it here is that the research team focus on providing the insight and resulting consultancy advice to their clients: most of the project management and business development is the responsibility of other teams. You get to input into these but the analysis and managing the client relationships are the key parts of the role.
And work-life balance is taken very seriously with regular reviews of workload and reallocation of work amongst the teams during busy periods. People pull together and help one another out – there’s a real team spirit.
This role is focused on a dazzling drinks portfolio heading up brand and comms work on a global basis. The work spans continuous (sizeable multi-market programmes) and ad hoc; that said, the continuous work feels more ad hoc in nature. You can expect lots of air time with the clients who really listen to the insight and rely on it.
For this role, we would like someone with research experience which incorporates exposure to global drinks brands. You will need excellent quant skills and be able to tell compelling stories from the data. You will need to love working alongside global clients and enjoy keeping your projects on track. And you will enjoy mentoring juniors and bringing them on. Fit is critical: we need smart people who have an opinion, who are team spirited, driven, dynamic, curious and interested in the changing brand and comms landscape.
Please contact Stephanie Fairbank: firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0207 129 1091 for an informed discussion. Visit our website for other great market research jobs: www.pollenrecruitment.com
£45,000 – £50,000 plus package
Salary: £45,000 - £50,000 plus package
Type: All, Quantitative research.
Sector: All, FMCG
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