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Reference: 71783

Date Added: 5 July 2019
Closing Date: 26 July 2019

Job Title: Research Managers (x2)

Working For: a client of Whiton Maynard

Location: London

Salary: £30,000-£39,000 per annum (depending on experience and location)

Job Details

Please see: https://www.whitonmaynard.com/research-manager.html

Full time, permanent

London or Leicester


Independent Policy and Research Institute


In this post you will:

  • Design, manage and deliver multiple research projects across key policy themes including learning, skills and employment
  • Liaise with funding organisations and manage project teams ensuring that work is delivered to time and quality expectations, and within budget
  • Proactively engage with colleagues across the organisation to ensure that policy, practice and promotion activity is underpinned by robust research evidence, and achieves impact
  • Develop and implement appropriate research methodologies, evaluation strategies and research tools
  • Represent the organisation with key stakeholders including national and local government, trusts and foundations, providers and other research centres and think tanks
  • Line-manage research staff as required.


  • Masters degree in relevant subject area or evidence of equivalent research experience, ideally from working in a market research, social or policy research organisation
  • Well-developed skills in managing and delivering a range of research, evaluation and development projects
  • Proven track record in delivering research projects to meet funders’ requirements (quality, time, and budget)
  • Experience of developing research proposals and proven track record of securing funding
  • Understanding and application of a range of research and evaluation methodologies and methods
  • Strong organisational and planning skills.

Closing Date: 26 July 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Application Details

To be considered for this role, please email your CV to tim@whitonmaynard.com

Website: http://whitonmaynard.com

Additional Notes