Project Analyst Consumer Market Research

Project Analyst, Consumer Market Research
Our client is a leader in marketing communications research and is privately held. With 40 years of experience under their belt, they are among the top 30 research firms in the world in terms of annual revenue - and among the largest of companies focusing exclusively upon custom, primary research. Each year they conduct over 800 qualitative and quantitative research studies in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Their primary focus is on Package Design and Consumer Insights.
Northern New Jersey
Our Client is looking for an analyst to assist in the implementation of quantitative consumer research studies. The Market Research Analyst is expected to work independently and handle a project from beginning to end with minimal supervision.
Oversee individual studies from project launch through reporting which includes:
Day to day contact with clients and internal departments
Assist in the development/oversight of the research plan, project timeline and the coordination/gathering/dissemination of key project information necessary to execute a project
Survey development
Oversee the stimuli creation process
Assist in tab plan creation
Assist in data analysis
Contact with clients on a moderate basis
Preparation of reports and presentations
Minimum Requirements
BS/BA in Business Administration, Marketing, Psychology or Sociology
Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in primary consumer research
Ability to analyze quantitative data
Proven ability to take responsibility, think analytically, and work within a team environment
Accurately revise questionnaires, and report documents based on team feedback
Strong logical skills associated with numbers
Strong written and oral communication - used to correspond clearly and concisely with clients, outside vendors, and internal departments
Proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint

For more information or immediate consideration, please contact:
Lisa Marie Bianchini, CPC

(856) 761-0900 x124 Cherry Hill, NJ office

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