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A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Researcher (Financial Services) with a membership body in London. The role will include managing externally commissioned research, analysing secondary data sets and supporting the development of collaborative research projects.

You will:

  • To identify, review and analyse external sources of research, including but not limited to:
    • Government, regulator and industry surveys;
    • ONS, regulator and other data sources relating to pensions;
    • Think-tank papers and analysis.
  • To contribute to policy-focused, research presentations and reports and briefings across;
  • To undertake original statistical analysis of the industry or external sources of data (using SPSS and Excel).

You will have:

  • Proven experience of policy-related research, ideally in the field social policy. Preferably this experience would have been gathered in a public policy environment, e.g. a trade association, a Government department, a think tank, Parliament;
  • A broad understanding of the pension environment, with an awareness of existing sources of pension and savings research and pensions and savings data;
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent;
  • Relevant research qualification or evidence of qualification by experience;
  • Evidence of continual professional development relevant to the role;
  • Experience of using qualitative and quantitative approaches to undertake research projects;
  • Experience of designing small-scale research projects for either in-house work or commissioned projects.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Monday 12th June 2017