Savanta is one of the fastest growing agencies in market research with teams in the UK, Americas, and APAC. With technology at the heart of our business, we inform and inspire clients to Make Better Decisions through powerful data, high impact consulting, and bespoke solutions.
The role is in the Public team, whose clients include central government departments, local authorities, other public bodies, education institutions, charities, pressure groups, media outlets, think tanks, political parties and trade unions. Our research informs the policy and communications strategies of our clients, by helping them understand their target audiences, whether that be the general public, policy makers or other key stakeholders. The work for our clients regularly feeds into government policy decisions.
An exciting opportunity for an ambitious individual looking to join a stimulating and intellectual ‘can-do’ environment to oversee the successful management of our parliamentary panels in the UK and Brussels.
You will often have to communicate with respondents on the panels (including senior members of different Parliaments), so excellent interpersonal skills are a must.
As a Parliamentary Panels Co-ordinator at Savanta, you will:
• managing incoming client enquiries
• management of contact databases
• collation of surveys
• successful delivery to the right recipients – accurately addressed and updated with political changes • encouragement of survey responses
• reporting of progress and data to research teams – accurately and on time and budget
You will bring:
• In-depth knowledge of the different Parliaments in Westminster, Devolved nations and Brussels
• Demonstrable interest in public policy
• Able to work in a fast-moving environment
• Exceptionally well organised, with time management skills and good attention to detail
• Excellent numeracy skills
• Proven experience of successful project management
And in return, Savanta offers:
• Salary range: £24,000 - £29,000
• Unlimited annual leave
• Health & wellbeing package (gym membership, private medical insurance, etc.)
• Financial health (pension, life assurance, etc.)
• Flexible working practices
• Hybrid working