28 Jan Research Analyst – career defining opportunity with award winning, global Insights agency, Singapore
Ranked among the top 25 most innovative market research and strategic consultancy companies in 2019, this is a research agency who are enthusiastic about Insights.
They have made the shift from generating insights from research studies, experiments and behavioral data to the fusion of multiple data categories. This allows them to tackle increasingly complex business issues helping their clients to make business-critical decisions on their prices, portfolio, NPDs and communications strategies.
Employing over 200 people globally, they are growing, and looking to hire an inquisitive, intellectually curious Research Analyst to join their successful Singapore office.
Types of research projects tend to fall into comms, pricing, packaging, U&A and brand strategy work. Their client portfolio includes some of the most exciting, global brands imaginable, as well as a good mix of local businesses.
With a couple of years research experience under your belt, and a strong analytical interest, you will have a grounded sense of what market research is and means. You will be familiar with questionnaire writing, project management, data analysis and linking patterns and trends back to a client brief. An interest in technology and innovation in market research will also stand you in good stead.
In return, you will benefit from a competitive salary, a culture of entrepreneurship that rewards initiative and the chance to work with a diverse and talented team of international researchers, strategists, data enthusiasts, scientists and modellers.
Interested? Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call James on +61 (0) 408 509 289 for an informed and confidential discussion. Visit our website https://flowrecruitment.com.au/jobs for other great market research, insight, strategy and data analytics jobs:
Salary - Competitive + industry leading benefits
Location - Singapore
Visa - Open to international applicants in line with Singaporean visa legislation