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Become a Research Analyst

We are looking for bright, inquisitive graduates who are committed to pursuing a career in international pharmaceutical market research and consultancy.

  

Location: Putney, London

What you will be doing

We are offering two position types in 2019 (please refer to detail of job roles below):

• Ad hoc Research Analyst, involved in both qualitative and quantitative ad hoc research

• Syndicated Research Analyst, specialising in quantitative tracking research

We will be interviewing candidates on a rolling basis throughout May and June, with a start date any time from July onwards.

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  • Ad hoc Research Analyst job role (qualitative and quantitative research)   
  • • Qualitative analysis - content analysis of qualitative in depth interviews and focus groups
  • • Quantitative analysis - coding, data / table checking, charting of quantitative data
  • • Briefing of freelancers (e.g. analysts, moderators, coders, link checkers)
  • • Drafting research materials (screeners, discussion guides, questionnaires)
  • • Face-to-face / telephone interviews with key respondents
  • • Opportunity to attend viewed research days nationally or internationally
  • • Day-to-day liaison with internal fieldwork team who oversee the management of fieldwork agencies and freelancers
  • • Trouble-shoot field problems with internal fieldwork team, suggesting solutions
  • • Ensure all fieldwork is conducted to time and budget
  • • Development of expertise and knowledge in multiple disease areas
  • • Opportunity to specialise in quantitative only research focusing on statistical analysis for those with suitable backgrounds
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  • Requirements   
  • ○ You are inquisitive and want to understand the “why”
  • ○ You have good interpersonal skills and are able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • ○ You are proactive with a can-do attitude; able to identify issues and generate solutions
  • ○ You have excellent organizational skills, are able to multi-task whilst maintaining a high level of focus on each task
  • ○ You are creative and like seeking out novel solutions to client problems
  • ○ You are numerate with a high degree of accuracy
  • ○ You have, or are predicted, a 2.1 or 1st class honours degree (or equivalent) and have A-Level grades A*-C (or equivalent)
  • ○ Ideally you have a degree in the sciences, management, social sciences (including history, geography and politics), mathematics or modern languages, but we are open to degrees from any background.
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  • Syndicated Research Analyst job role (quantitative tracking research) Responsibilities include   
  • • Draft quantitative research materials (screeners, questionnaires) and the resulting data collection script using Confirmit®
  • • Validate and implement quality control checks on data collected which feeds our web-based interactive client dashboards
  • • Learning to use SPSS® to produce, edit and check tables – quantitative output
  • • Designing and populating disease specific reports for subscribing clients
  • • Day-to-day liaison and management of internal fieldwork team and freelancers (e.g. recruiters, software developers)
  • • Act as main contact / bridge between Project Manager and internal fieldwork team
  • • Development of expertise and knowledge in a specific disease areas
  • • Opportunity to attend client meetings nationally or internationally to de-brief research outputs.
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Company benefits: Salary reviews twice a year • Free gym membership • Subsidised yoga • Sport teams • Extensive training • Recognition and rewards

Onwards to our company and culture…

We are The Research Partnership

An independent research agency providing market research and consultancy to the healthcare industry.

  

Who we are

We conduct research in over 35 countries with major pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients. We are a global company with a team of 170 people across offices in London, Philadelphia, Boston, New York, San Francisco and Singapore.

What we do

• We support our clients in a consulting fashion, looking to address their key strategic marketing and commercial challenges from a research perspective 

• Develop market research methodologies (qualitative and quantitative) to help answer clients’ key research objectives (for instance, using face-to-face interviews, focus groups or online questionnaires)

• Conduct and oversee the research (e.g. by interviewing a sample of doctors, nurses or patients in each of the relevant countries), with partner fieldwork agencies 

  

• Analyse the data (including translated interviews, data tables) to produce results

• Interpretation of the results to understand what this means for clients’ short- and long-term business goals 

• Present these results to the client in the form of creative presentations or through interactive online charts In the pharmaceutical industry, market research is highly valued as all decisions are a result of market research input and consultation. You are therefore a key player in the marketing mix.

We invest time recruiting the most talented people, nurturing their skills and helping them to develop their careers

What we can offer you

The Research Partnership is a growing company that offers the opportunity to work in a fast-paced and intelligent environment. We offer a competitive salary that is reviewed twice yearly, alongside other benefits such as free in-house gym membership, and a wellness scheme that includes free quarterly massages and subsidized yoga as well as entry into sports teams, amongst other benefits.

We will provide you with extensive structured and hands-on training both during the graduate programme, and throughout your career in order for you to develop and build your career as a pharmaceutical market researcher. We offer a non-bureaucratic, friendly working environment where employee performance is recognised and rewarded.

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