We are looking for bright, inquisitive graduates who are committed to pursuing a career in international pharmaceutical market research and consultancy.
We are recruiting Ad hoc Research Analysts to join our graduate programme, involved in both qualitative and quantitative ad hoc research.
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 offreelancers (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
For ad hoc Research Analyst positions, we are looking for people with the following skills and attributes:
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)
We encourage applicants with postgraduate degrees (e.g. MSc / MA programmes).
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.
We will be recruiting these positions over the course of June / July 2020, with planned start dates in August or September 2020.
Coronavirus and the summer 2020 graduate interview process:
Research Partnership is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all of our team members and interview candidates; therefore, we will be conducting the entirety of our summer 2020 graduate recruitment process remotely to comply with UK government social distancing recommendations.
The interview process will take place in two stages:
A pre-recorded video interview using a third-party platform, Cammio.
If successful in Stage 1, we will invite you to participate in a virtual Assessment Day in July, involving research tasks, an interview with 2 Research Partnership Directors, as well as a chance for you to speak to recent graduate hires to find out more about the graduate programme at Research Partnership.
WHAT CAN THE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP 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.
Click on the Apply button through Our Graduates. This will take you to our application screening process.
Thank you for your interest.