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Associate Director (Quantitative Research)

Closing date: 01 Oct 2021

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  • Full Time
  • London

Website Public First

Public First is a specialist consultancy, helping charities, philanthropists, public sector bodies and global brands improve public policy. Based in London, we have worked in more than two dozen international markets. We are part think tank, part strategic consultancy, part polling company, and part communications agency. In other words, we bring together the different disciplines that make policy happen and work. Our recent projects have included helping: 1) Google quantify their economic and social impact in over 20 countries across Europe, the Middle East and North America 2) Universities such as the University of Nottingham better understand the impact of their local spend, research and teaching 3) The Zero Carbon Commission understand the impact of a uniform carbon price 4) The SMMT look at the opportunities and risks from the transition to electric cars We take an analytical approach to research, deploying economic modelling, data analysis, and opinion research to shape effective policy, create strategy and deliver communications with impact. We work with some of the world’s leading organisations on topics including tech, climate change, Industrial Strategy and education.

In this role, you would:

  • Lead on the design, implementation and write up on new economic modelling projects
  • Work to build our wider data practice, and support our work in impact measurement, policy design, polling and opinion research
  • Help bring in new clients and projects for the team

The right candidate will have:

  • Extensive experience with quantitative research
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Experience with client engagement
  • Demonstrated interest in policy issues and quantitative research

Associate Director starting salaries will typically start from £50,000-£55,000, with considerable flexibility depending on experience and skill.

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How to apply

We value diversity and encourage applications from all groups. We all work a mix of in the office and at home, with most people working in our office in central London two days a week. Many of us, including the founders, have young children and we work hard to be family friendly. Given universities, colleges and local government bodies are all across the country, we are also open to discussions about job holders being permanently based in another area of the country. International travel and work would be possible for future projects.

This application will involve a short test prior to the interview which should take no longer than three hours. We will be interviewing on an ongoing basis, and looking for the successful candidate to start in the next couple of months. 

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Job Details

Organisation: Public First

Location: London

Salary: £40,000+ (£50,000-£55,000 with considerable flexibility based on experience )

Closing date: 01 Oct 2021

Contract type: Permanent

Full-time/part-time: Full Time

Remote working: Flexible

About the Organisation

Public First is a specialist consultancy, helping charities, philanthropists, public sector bodies and global brands improve public policy. Based in London, we have worked in more than two dozen international markets. We are part think tank, part strategic consultancy, part polling company, and part communications agency. In other words, we bring together the different disciplines that make policy happen and work. Our recent projects have included helping: 1) Google quantify their economic and social impact in over 20 countries across Europe, the Middle East and North America 2) Universities such as the University of Nottingham better understand the impact of their local spend, research and teaching 3) The Zero Carbon Commission understand the impact of a uniform carbon price 4) The SMMT look at the opportunities and risks from the transition to electric cars We take an analytical approach to research, deploying economic modelling, data analysis, and opinion research to shape effective policy, create strategy and deliver communications with impact. We work with some of the world’s leading organisations on topics including tech, climate change, Industrial Strategy and education.

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