Insight Manager | Media agency with a difference

£35000 - £42000 per annum + bonus and benefits
27 Feb 2019
21 Mar 2019
Richard Jenkins
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Are you looking to develop your research skills in a creative and collaborative environment?

This role sits within their specialised insights team within a media agency. They're integrated and work directly with the planners, digital and account handlers so you'll see your strategy come to life.

They have fantastic benefits and are genuinely one of the nicest teams we have met. They offer expertise across sectors from financial, beauty, gaming, music and much more. Their expertise lie in media strategy, insight and analytics and their outputs are renowned across the industry, often seen broadcasted in the trade and media news. They focus on brand and communications.

You'll manage relationships, run projects in quant, qual and some social media, they take a very much method agnostic approach, but you only need experience in one of those skills. They'll teach the others. Social listening is a further specialism in their team, they use BrandWatch to understand conversations around brands and categories. They're a huge believer of behavioural economics too.

You also get a great amount of client contact. Unlike other agencies when the planners or accounts people manage the relationship, they manage 80% of the relationships involving insight. So it's a great opportunity to use those strategic skills. They're also keen to use skills that you have that maybe aren't in the team too or will train you on things you are interested in.

A great opportunity to really learn and progress with a clear career path, great boss and develop your strategic skills - as well as learning some new ones! Fantastic project briefs, bespoke and diverse.

They're looking for someone creative who has a natural curiosity to learn and explore new research areas. A core part of their offering is quant research from segmentations and campaign evaluation; but they are fierce believers in the importance of framing statistical analysis in their emotional context - through qualitative studies.

Not an opportunity to miss. Apply below.

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