Research Associate - Wealth and Investments

Location
England,London
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
09 Aug 2017
Closes
06 Sep 2017
Ref
13849726/001
Contact
Matthew Scarfe
Job Discipline
Market Research
Experience Level
Executive
Sectors
Financial
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The role of Researcher offers a candidate the chance to work for an industry leading company who offer strong personal development within a busy and collaborative working environment. As part of the high performing team you will have responsibility over key tasks and areas from day 1.


Client Details

The role of Research Associate - Wealth and Investments, is for a leading primary research provide with an industry leading reputation for producing high quality reports and analysis, utilising both quantitative and qualitative measures. They are based in London.


Description

The role will involve the following responsibilities:



* Ensure that each project is properly planned and executed and that the research is done to the highest standard.

* Carry out qualitative and quantitative research for projects. This includes developing discussion guides/quantitative surveys, conducting interviews, analysing results, lead the identification of key findings and brainstorm implications.

* Manage the research sponsors to ensure that they are appropriately engaged and involved at every stage in the process, while protecting the absolute independence of the research.

* Write thought leadership reports containing the key findings.

* Work well with others and contribute to a supportive and inclusive working environment.


Profile

The ideal candidate for the London based role of Research Associate - Wealth and Investments, will possess the following capabilities:



* Relevant experience in qualitative and quantitative research.

* Experience with Financial Services, ideally investments (across multiple asset classes).
* Working knowledge of quantitative research analysis software such as Q.

* Outstanding writing and editing skills, and experience of authoring research reports.

* Minimum 2:1 degree from a top University (Oxford, Cambridge, LSE etc.).

* Ability to work as a member of a closely-knit team.

* Interest in wealthy business-owning and financial families, and their family offices.

* Working knowledge of quantitative research analysis software such as Q.


Job Offer

The role offers a competitive salary

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