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Market Research Executive (37k - Manufacturing - Global)

Job Description

VANRATH are assisting with the recruitment of a Market Research Analyst for a leading Global Manufacturing organisation.

This proves to be a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to progress their career and widen their knowledge in a Global organisation that places immense value on their staff. This company is the best place for someone with Procurement/Purchasing experience to build their career.

This role will be Hybrid working (2-3 days Working From Home & 3-2 days in office) - Permanent position

Office is based in Dungannon or Omagh or Ballymoney - Initial training in-office - Also

Salary:

£30,000 - £37,000 + Fantastic Benefits Package - Yearly Salary Reviews - Discretionary Bonuses & Progression Opportunities

Responsibilities:

To lead qualitative and quantitative research and provide ongoing support to the business development & sales activities. This person will be required to master Heavy Equipment Industry trends and key players and preferably have some experience in this or a related sector.

This position will contribute to a fact-based business culture by demonstrating the value of industry and customer data to key stakeholders, including senior management, marketing, business group market research, and sales. The position reports to the Marketing Manager, Materials Processing Group.

The Ideal Person:

  • Expedience in a similar role
  • The ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Demonstrable ability to utilise multiple tools to provide detailed overviews, including online research, industry interviews etc
  • Ability to collect data on customers, competitors, distribution partners and markets & consolidate into actionable items, research reports and presentations
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills (in particular strong Excel skills)

For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves in the strictest confidence.

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