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Insight Manager - London - £210-£215

Job Title: Insight Manager - London - £210-£215
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £210 - £215 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-1254685_1503048286
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Insight Manager - London - £210-£215

I have been engaged by a global organisation, who require an Insight Manager for a 6-month contract based in London

Working alongside the Senior Insight Manager and Head of Insight, you'll execute and deliver best in class research and insight projects designed to persuade clients of the power and value of mail to communicate with consumers and businesses, and aid media agencies, planners, and brands in understanding how to get better results using mail as a medium.

Essential skills for the Insight Manager:

  • Good Experience in running Market Research Projects
  • Strong experience in Data Analysis
  • Familiar with running large scale Surveys
  • Knowledge of key media industry tools such as TGI, TouchPoints, Nielsen, or Ebiquity
  • Ensure data is accurate and fit for purpose
  • Ability to multi-task

If you are an Insight Manager looking for a new challenge then please get in touch with me on 0207 014 0239 or

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