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Job vacancy – Research Manager at DJS Research
DJS Research are recruiting a Research Manager to work in our growing Culture Research team. You will have a minimum of 5 years project management experience, predominantly in quantitative research, ideally including experience of working in the Culture and Heritage sector. You will be interested in working on key accounts, looking for a challenge and comfortable with working in a fast-paced environment. Our team works with some of the biggest names in the culture sector, and also conducts research in a range of other sectors including Education and Not for Profit.
You will have experience of a range of different quantitative methodologies, and whilst statistical skills are not required, you will ideally have experience of managing research that includes a range of different techniques, with some qualitative experience also desirable. In addition to excellent research skills, you will be a confident presenter and demonstrate a passion for developing client relationships.
We are looking for team members who can demonstrate the following behaviours:
- Effective client management skills
- Collaboration and contribution towards new business development
- Exceed expectations and continuous development
- Effective project management
- People Management skills
As well as being a great place to work, DJS offers birthday leave, unpaid leave, a bonus scheme, pension contributions and wellbeing initiatives.
Location: Strines, Leeds or remote working.
The closing date for applications is Friday 15 January 2021.
We look forward to hearing from you!
DJS Research Ltd is an equal opportunities employer. DJS Research’s policy is not to discriminate against existing staff or persons seeking employment on the grounds of age, sex, disability, ethnic origin, nationality or national origin, religion or similar philosophical belief, race or colour, gender or gender re-assignment, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status or family circumstances. All staff understand that discrimination on the grounds mentioned above is unlawful and DJS Research Ltd will not tolerate any direct or indirect discrimination, harassment, bullying and victimisation by its staff.