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Institutional Research Analyst
Ref. 50062447

£36,279 per annum (Incl.LWA)

Strategy, Planning and Performance

Central London/ Remote

There are two posts available, they are full time and permanent, working 35 hours per week.

The Institutional Research Analyst(s) role will be to provide qualitative and primary market research, analysis and insight to support the University’s strategic objectives. The role is part of the Business Intelligence and Market Insight team, helping the Department of Strategy, Planning and Performance (SPP) provide relevant, insightful and timely analysis to inform decision making across the entire institution. 

The successful candidate will support the Senior Institutional Research Analyst in the management of the Student Experience and Opinion Panel as well as to produce primary research and qualitative analysis across the range of the University’s various activities. This may include the planning and delivering of a range of market research projects using surveys, focus groups or other methodologies to capture primary data and provide new insights for evidence led decision making.

The role will see the successful candidate engage with students, professional and academic colleagues to produce the research and analysis to support evidence led decision making so that the University can achieve its strategic objectives and better understand the student journey.

The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in a relevant subject, with market research and analysis experience at Market Research Executive/Officer or similar level role. Experience with the Higher Education sector will be useful but is not essential. 

The successful candidate will require proven experience of how to apply different primary research and qualitative methodologies, experience using Market Research and qualitative tools and to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 

You will be based at our Wells Street site. The SPP department has a Smart Working approach that allows for remote working in the UK when you are not required onsite.

To apply for this vacancy please click above. Further information can be found in the job description and person specification, which can be accessed through link below. 

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Closing date: midnight on 05 June 2022
Interviews are likely to be held on: TBC

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