Senior Business Researcher / Manager
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|Job Type||Permanent Full Time|
|Sector||Research and AnalysisTraining|
|Salary||High negotiable salary + bonus|
- An established and expanding global consulting firm has an immediate opening for an experienced Senior Business Researcher in their London office. This is an exciting opportunity for a creative individual with a minimum of five years' relevant experience to conduct in depth research and manage a very small team.
- Working with global consulting staff on a wide range of research projects using information tools and proprietary databases to provide information for client projects and business development initiatives
- Providing quick solutions and in-depth research, current awareness services, competitive intelligence and special research to support consulting staff
- Working with information resources team members from other regions to continue to build a global research function through sharing work and experiences
- Helping to educate consulting staff on research issues and train them on end-user products
- Assisting with marketing and developing information services to staff globally
- Advanced degree in one of the following : information/library science from an accredited program or Masters (MBA) in business or economics or law; an undergraduate degree in economics, energy would be an advantage.
- Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a research environment providing business/corporate, legal, academic or financial information.
- Proficiency in German, French or other European languages would be an advantage but is not essential.
- Understanding/knowledge and experience of using a range of online business databases such as ThomsonOne, Datastream, BvD Orbis, Bloomberg, Factiva, Factset and legal databases including LexisNexis and Westlaw.
- Ability to prioritise, problem solve, respond quickly to requests and handle a workload requiring creative, analytical, evaluative, and interpretive thought processes