Market Research Manager - Madrid
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a driven and customer-focused market research professional to join a prestigious Educational publisher as Market Research Manager for Spain. This role is based in our client's headquarters in Madrid.
The Market Research Manager for Spain will have a varied and integral role in the organisation. You will be responsible for the successful management of the full life cycle of research projects, from initial brief and planning to the final presentation and dissemination of results. You will take the lead on ensuring best practice and a consistent approach is employed when conducting research projects, whilst always looking for ways to improve. Responsibilities of the Research Manager will include (amongst others): to line manage 1 team member, and with their support conduct multiple qualitative and quantitative research projects, advising on the most appropriate methodologies to be used; keep an eye on market trends and recommend further research; identify new research opportunities by attending educational events and forging strong relationships with key industry influencers; gather and report on market intelligence, and sector-specific news.
The Market Research Manager will be an articulate and detail oriented leader, with solid experience of market research methods, either through working in an agency or client-side. You will be confident managing others and be a collaborative decision maker with excellent project management skills. The ability to think outside the box and proactively solve problems is also important. An excellent level of both written and spoken English and Spanish is essential for this role.
In return, our client offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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