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Reference: 75884

Date Added: 7 September 2020
Closing Date: 25 September 2020

Job Title: Research Executive

Working For: Message House

Location: Berkhamsted, Herts

Salary: £21,000-£24,000

Job Details

Message House is growing! We are looking for a talented, committed, and ambitious individual to join us as a Research Executive in our team.

Message House is a research and communications consultancy, we use research to help solve business challenges and improve the effectiveness of communications. We believe that good instincts are enhanced by smart insights.

Our team works as consultants to support communications and political teams, helping them understand the landscape they face, their most winnable audiences, the messages that move the needle and their most compelling narrative. Our client base is impressive, spanning a range of sectors from transport to technology, entertainment to energy, and finance to FMCG.

The role
We specialise in using market research tools such as focus groups, in depth interviews and surveys, and the Research Executive plays a critical role in every part of the research process – helping to design, run and deliver our projects. As an important part of a close knit and collaborative team, you will have real responsibility from day one – whether it’s supporting the delivery of our focus groups, analysing data for insights or helping to craft debriefs – you will certainly never be bored at Message House.

There are excellent opportunities for progression through exposure to new and varied challenges.

To find out more about this position, the person we are looking for and how to apply, follow the link to the Careers area of our website.

https://message-house.co.uk/careers

Closing Date: 25 September 2020

Interview/Start Dates

Application Details

If you’d like to apply, please send a 1-page covering letter explaining why you’re interested in working for Message House together with a CV to recruitment@message-house.co.uk

Website: https://message-house.co.uk/

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