Quantitative Associate Director | Pet and Vet Specialists
Are you a quantitative researcher who’s passionate about all things pet related? We’re looking for a quantitative associate director to join a leading pet & veterinary market research agency for a 12month maternity cover.
We’re working with an ambitious research agency who are the market leader in veterinary, pet and consumer market research. They’ve shown strong YoY growth and are at forefront of cutting-edge research techniques, utilising the best online insight tools and they have the biggest panel of veterinary professionals in Europe!
They’re now looking for a quantitative associate director for a maternity cover contract beginning in September. Projects will be wide ranging including NPD, usage and attitude, segmentation, modelling, ad testing & brand health tracking. You’ll work end to end on projects, from meeting clients to designing bespoke research and presenting insights. The associate director reports to the managing director and you’ll play a key strategic role for clients and helping to run the team and business.
- End to end quantitative research experience
- Excellent client management skills
- Ability to work well within a team as well as being a self-starter
- Experience within the health sector a big bonus
This a great opportunity in a leading agency, they want someone who will drive the team forward not just “keep things running” for the year contract. They offer flexible hours and working from home arrangements. If you relish a challenge then apply now!
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