Market Research Jobs Of The Week

Posted on September 7th, 2015 By Joanna Byerley No Comments

Welcome to Research Talent Hub’s first Job of The Week post! We strive to provide a selection of the best jobs in market research, media analytics and social media measurement. We hope to make your job search easier by highlighting interesting market research jobs in London, the UK and internationally. We will be running a special Graduate Job of The Week section too for those who are just starting a career in market research and do not know how to get a first job in research and insight.

This week we focus on Media Measurement Jobs, specifically Audience Measurement vacancies!

First of all, what’s Audience Measurement?

According to good old Wikipedia audience measurement measures how many people are in an audience, usually in relation to radio listenership and television viewership, but also in relation to newspaper and magazine readership and, increasingly, web traffic on websites. Sometimes, the term is used as pertaining to practices which help broadcasters and advertisers determine who is listening rather than just how many people are listening. In some parts of the world, the resulting relative numbers are referred to as audience share, while in other places the broader term market share is used. This broader meaning is also called audience research.

Now, here is your opportunity to join a specialist Media Measurement Practice of the global market research agency! The agency has a long and well established pedigree in running large scale audience measurement surveys. They successfully conduct more media audience measurement projects than any other agency in the UK! You will be working across all media platforms including: TV, Radio, Print and Outdoor.

This agency believes that personal growth and development benefits both: their team members and their business. So they offer extensive learning and development opportunities in a wide variety of areas both in a classroom and through mentoring and learning from senior managers. They also work with all of their team members to create career plans that identify opportunities now that can help them reach their future goals. As a large, international agency, they can really offer different prospects for further progress and growth to those who have proven contributions to the business. How much you get involved with it’s up to you! They actively encourage all their researchers to push and stretch themselves, to be the best that they can be.

The agency are looking for people who are interested in media and communications research and are curious and passionate about media, brands and advertising.

We have 3 x positions on the team: Research Executive, Senior Research Executive and Research Manager. Salaries range from £24,000 to £35,000 and depend on experience.

Short synopsis of the roles are below. Please click on the relevant job to see more details. Happy Monday and … happy job searching!

Research Executive

As a Research Executive you’ll have some market research experience gained either at a market research agency or media research environment. Your input will be critical to the team’s day to day running of the projects and delivering results for their clients. Your will ‘learn the trade’ of research through job caching and mentoring as well as training.

Senior Research Executive

As a Senior Research Executive you’ll manage multiple tasks with minimal guidance and take ownership for your areas of responsibility. You’ll demonstrate experience of quantitative market research, with familiarity of working in media research being a plus. You are very client focused and look for ways to make clients’ lives easier.

Research Manager

You have circa 4-5 + strong years of relevant market research experience, preferably with some media measurement know-how. As a Research Manager you’d be expected to demonstrate strong experience with quantitative research across all methodologies and are able to understand complex data and use it to tell insightful stories. Team management skills are also required as you’ll be managing juniors and delegating workload.

Thanks for reading and let us know if you are interested in any of the above jobs in media research!

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