Are you interested in helping students find their perfect university? Or working with Universities to define their student offer - what’s working or what could be improved? If you’re an experienced Associate Director looking for to advance your career this could be the opportunity for you.
We are the leaders in social research and bridge the gap between government and the public, providing robust research and analysis. Our work has a direct bearing on the decisions made by government, organisations, academic institutions and citizens. We take that responsibility seriously and, because of this, do work of the highest quality that stands up to close scrutiny.
We’re looking for an Associate Director with a quantitative back ground to join our team to take ownership for one of our most prestigious long standing multifaceted projects, surveying nearly half a millions students across 450 institutions. You’ll need to demonstrate solid research experience, strong project management skills, confidence working with complex data and managing and developing people. You’ll be responsible for delivering a project that generates meaningful insights which has a real impact for students, universities and higher education.
This role offers true variety from working on a complex quantitative study testing your project management skills, to incorporating qualitative methodologies, client management and team management. You’ll be working with students, universities and creative agencies designing the promotional material to engage with students, so you’ll need to be able to flex your approach and be comfortable communicating with people at all levels in a variety of organisations.
Working closely with our Research team, you will be accountable for end to end project management which ultimately results in providing accurate analysis and interpretation of data. Responsibilities will include managing large data sets, sampling and processing, questionnaire design and testing using qualitative methodologies, supplier briefing and management, budgets and reviewing and signing off project documents. Leading the team, you’ll have knowledgeable about different techniques and how to apply them in our work and be recognised internally as an expert.
Alongside the usual skills we look for from an Associate Director … exceptional organisational skills, strong analysis skills, a positive approach to problem solving and great at building client relationships. We are looking for someone with who has a proven background in setting up and delivering large complex research projects, has advanced skills in excel and SPSS and is experienced at working in a client focused environment working. You’ll be an inspirational leader who isn’t afraid to get involved in all aspects of the project - titles are designed to give us some structure but this is a small team with no hierarchy.
If this is what you are looking for from your next role, we look forward to hearing from you!
A career at Ipsos MORI…
We are one of the world’s largest market research companies with offices in 88 countries. We are an innovative, entrepreneurial, client-focused organisation, providing research services to over 5,000 clients worldwide.
Proudly, we are the only global market research company that is still controlled and operated by market researchers. We aim to be intellectually curious and passionate researchers who set ourselves high standards and aim to work collaboratively to service our clients most effectively. We are consistently engaged in a variety of complex and high-profile projects in nearly every major industry, and work with governments, institutions and the world's leading brands and businesses.
We have an unparalleled depth of technical and industry knowledge, as well as innovative qualitative and quantitative expertise. Each of our key research specialisms are recognised centres of excellence. The type of work we do is very varied, from qualitative research in one market to over 20 markets and quantitative research on a one-off basis in one market to large international continuous studies.
We are an equal opportunities employer. We recognise that everybody is different and strive to harness those differences to create an inclusive environment where individuals feel valued, their talents are recognised and they are given every opportunity to develop their full potential.
- Data Management
- Proposal Writing
- Line Management
- Research Project Management
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