Quantitative Fieldwork Executive - Leading Agency!

Recruiter
Soho Search
Location
Kidlington
Salary
26000.0000
Posted
18 Mar 2017
Closes
17 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Calling all those with Quantitative Field Management experience! We are working with a fast-growing, independent market research agency with a strong European presence, who are looking for a Senior Field Executive for their quantitative field team. The company offer thought leadership across a wide range of specialisms and genuine expertise across a wide range of industry verticals. They provide strategic research and actionable insights to a wide range of leading companies and offer bespoke solutions and analytics to help guide decisions in new product development, innovation and customer satisfaction.

The Senior Field Executive will be responsible for all aspects of day-to-day field project management of a large face-to-face tracking study, as well as being involved in smaller, ad hoc projects. There will be ample opportunity for client interaction as well as dealing with internal and external teams, to ensure that project targets and timelines are met. The successful applicant will also be responsible for monitoring budgets, ongoing Quality control and interviewer payroll processing. Our client is looking for an enthusiastic team player with a good eye for detail, and who has a proven track record in field management.

The ideal candidate will be someone who is happy to get involved and help out where and when required. As many projects are completed on tablet, sound technical/computer knowledge is essential together with a good grasp of Excel. You will be rewarded with the chance to work on interesting, exciting projects with some of the most innovative and important brands in the world. The company offer a stimulating, informal working environment with loads of scope for career and personal development. If you are a competent Field or Project Manager then we look forward to receiving your CV to be considered for this exciting role!