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Client Insights Leader

This exciting in-house insights opportunity has broad reach. Lead a dedicated team, work on meaningful projects that directly drive corporate strategy and benefit from best-practise resources – pivot your career beyond traditional insights pathways.

About our client
Our client is a professional services firm with global reach and has deep expertise in audit and assurance, tax and advisory. It is a professional firm providing a full range of services to organisations across a wide range of industries, governments and not-for-profit sectors. It operates in 144 countries and territories, with more than 236,000 partners and employees working in its member firms around the world.

Our client works with renowned companies to help them solve complex challenges, steer change, disrupt sectors and grow. In addition, it contributes in voluntary and honorary capacities to assist the well-being of the communities in which we live and operate.

The role
As a Client Insights Leader, you will be responsible for managing a firm-wide internal client insights function within a world-renowned management consultancy. This role requires you to lead existing and emerging clients, plan and guide qualitative and quantitative research and data analysis and share insights.
Moreover, you will also be responsible for understanding and analysing market trends to enable evidence-based improvements and drive strategic business decisions. In addition, it requires you to drive the Voice of Customer program nationally and support the achievement of firm CX & Brand strategies and related employee engagements. You will direct client advocacy and improve professional services/B2B client retention.

What you’ll do

  • Lead the existing Client Insights Programs and lead improvements to drive improved client outcomes, improve loyalty, drive advocacy and increase touch points. This will include face-to-face interviews, win/loss programs and online surveys
  • Collate, synthesise and analyse client and market insights to support leadership in making strategic data-driven decisions. Provide the business with detailed analysis and insights to assist commercial decision making
  • Regularly report on insights and key metrics as well as undertake analysis for senior stakeholders across the business
  • Leverage all available primary and secondary resources – internal data, access to stakeholders, syndicated data and custom research.
  • Manage, train and inspire your team to drive business outcomes across the end-to-end client journey.


Knowledge and experience

  • Familiarity in running complex research projects that require data inputs from multiple sources.
  • Experience leveraging survey tools (i.e. Qualtrics) and analytics tools, e.g. PowerBI.
  • Exceptional analytical and interpretive skills.
  • Proven ability to convert customer insights and market research into actionable customer outcomes.
  • Capability to work independently, under pressure and on tight deadlines.
  • Ability to give attention to details.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong leadership and management qualities.  


What we offer

  • Inclusive, collaborative and supportive team culture.
  • Flexible work status.
  • Opportunity to be part of a world-class consultancy firm.
  • Opportunity to work and develop a network with consultancy experts globally.


Please note that you must have permanent residency/citizenship for Australia to be considered for this role.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a copy of your CV to, highlighting your competencies that fulfil the selection criteria.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Associate Director of Qualitative Research

Are you ready to undertake new approaches and develop innovative ways to create effective solutions in the market research industry?

About our client
Our client is one of Australia’s most experienced organisations in social and market research, community and stakeholder engagement, and strategic communications. They have been providing their services for more than 20 years and have guided their clients through some of the most complex, challenging and highly scrutinised events and projects in Australia. They assist their clients in market research and in building communication and engagement strategies that go right to the heart of their businesses.
They offer their services in a range of sectors such as government, media, finance, health, communication, consumers, energy and others. They have expertise in almost every sector.  
The role
As an Associate Director, you will be in charge of supervising, implementing and executing the company’s projects. You will collaborate with a team of eager and self-motivated social and market researchers to find unique and cutting-edge solutions to the clients’ business problems and challenges. You will help them improve their current methods and make data-driven recommendations to help them accomplish their goals and objectives. Moreover, you will closely coordinate with all the internal and external stakeholders to ensure the timely completion of the projects.  
What you’ll do

  • Take a proactive approach to identify client issues impacting their business
  • Use a fresh-thinking approach to create behavioural change based solutions
  • Work closely with the communication specialists in media relations and other departments
  • Direct and oversee the company’s research policies, objectives and initiatives
  • Brainstorm with a client to determine project needs, objectives and desired outcomes of each research initiative
  • Formulate a plan and present it to senior management or the client
  • Remain fully informed on market trends, other parties research and implement best practices
  • Design specific research methods such as questionnaires
  • Manage existing client accounts and continue to market existing and new research services

Knowledge and experience

  • Tertiary qualification in a related field
  • A minimum of 6 years of social research or market research experience
  • Excellent team player
  • Ability to give attention to detail
  • Exceptional organisational and management skills
  • Strong client engagement and presentation skills
  • Well-honed qualitative research skills
  • Experience in social and public policy research
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking

What we offer

  • Extensive training program
  • Participation in international conferences
  • Study breaks
  • Wide variety of highly engaging work

Please note that you must have permanent residency/citizenship for Australia to be considered for this role.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a copy of your CV to, highlighting your competencies that fulfil the selection criteria.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We look forward to hearing from you.

Research Director (Quant)

Do you want to put your research and management skills to work in a reputable firm where you can help enhance business models and increase profits?

About our client

Our client is a major market research agency in Australia, offering research and analytics services to small and large enterprises in a variety of industries, including tourism, education, retail, automobiles, scholarships, transportation, fashion, finance and many more. They create highly efficient and practical procedures with the help of cutting-edge technology and tools that support businesses in succeeding in terms of revenue and achieving goals.

Most importantly, they are an employee-centric company that creates a supportive and enjoyable working environment for their employees. The incentive system, level of comfort, and professionalism are all the same, regardless of title or set of talents.

The role

You will demonstrate your capabilities and insights as a Research Director by contributing to proposal formulation and data analysis, as well as reporting and directing the research team. You will create procedures that not only encourage continuous workflow but also result in positive consequences for the clients’ product. 

This is a senior-level role and you will be in charge of a team of highly competent researchers and financial experts. You are expected to be a team player and play a major role in providing input, direction, networking, and encouraging a collaborative, high-performing culture of continuous improvement for the organisation and its clients. 

What you’ll do

  • Manage and supervise a team of researchers and financial professionals
  • Come up with creative and effective proposals, research, data analysis, insight generating and report writing concepts
  • Analyse consumer data and competitors’ plans and offer them with the most effective solutions
  • Stay side by side with the qualitative activities, facilitate and collaborate
  • Take regular input from your clients and discuss the areas that need to be improved
  • Specific analytical and research tools, methodologies and strategies are recommended for implementation
  • Examine surveys and provide suggestions for modifications and improvements
  • Able to complete additional jobs and tasks as needed

Knowledge and experience

  • A minimum of ten years’ experience in quantitative research
  • Strong analytical abilities are necessary.
  • At least a bachelor’s degree in the appropriate discipline is required.
  • Experience in commercial market/social study research
  • To command the team, you’ll need strong management and leadership abilities.
  • Have the ability to manage suppliers
  • Have a good expertise in project management for business growth

What we offer

  • Working on a variety of projects and products
  • Flexible time schedules
  • There are options for both on-site and remote work from home.
  • Social gatherings, extracurricular activities and a great work-life balance
  • A robust culture that values industrious and devoted employees

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a copy of your CV to, highlighting your competencies that fulfil the selection criteria.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We look forward to hearing from you.

Director of Quant

Committed to inspiring change and operating differently, our client is revolutionising the social research space. Deep partnerships mean that most pitches are non-competitive, our client is finding themselves in the enviable position of turning away work, and selecting only the most interesting and influential projects to work on. Furthermore, they cultivate social change and impact the mind and mood of all Australians.

Our client
Our client works across health, education, government, commercial, and environmental sectors. They are aimed at assisting governments, organisations, enterprises, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), policymakers and institutions in making data-driven, informed strategic decisions.
They have multi-disciplinary teams of researchers, analysts, statisticians, data scientists and strategists dedicated to providing accurate and excellent services to exceed clients’ expectations. They are experts in the provision of evidence-based insights to drive behavioural change, identifying levers for change and working with the government to integrate these into communication and engagement strategies. They are well-known for providing quality insights to solve complex problems.
They are committed to diversity and inclusion, welcome applicants from all sections of society and do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, gender or any other individual characteristics.
The Role
As a Research Director, you will be in charge of managing and carrying out all quantitative research projects. You will also serve as a point of contact for clients, improving outcomes and keeping them updated on the development. You will also be in charge of supervising team members, monitoring data collecting and analysis procedures, creating insights and formulating a sound plan of action.

What you’ll do

  • Oversee all quantitative research process & projects
  • Advise on research strategies and approaches
  • Recruit and supervise researchers as well as commission and oversee policy work and identify potential collaborators and look for new opportunities
  • Analyse quantitative data using robust methods – interpret, describe and publish findings
  • Produce high-quality reports, proposals, papers, presentations and articles of a publishable standard based on the analysis of data and literature with a clear and engaging writing style
  • Manage external relationships with clients and other stakeholders
  • Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, persevere and solve problems as they arise
  • Coordinate and cooperate with other members of the team as required


Knowledge and experience

  • University degree in a relevant field such as sociology, anthropology, public policy, market research or other
  • 10+ years of experience in quantitative research in the relevant settings
  • Strong planning, coordination and project management skills
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Curious and with a growth mindset
  • Creative and passionate about the power of research
  • Ability to work independently


What we offer

  • Diverse and multi-disciplinary team
  • Inclusive working culture
  • Immense career growth opportunities
  • Opportunity to socialise with industry leaders
  • Regular company team building and social events


Please note that you must have permanent residency/citizenship for Australia to be considered for this role.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a copy of your CV to, highlighting your competencies that fulfil the selection criteria.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We look forward to hearing from you.

Senior Consultant (Quant)

Are you an analytical and curious mind with a market research background? Do you enjoy working with big data sets to extract valuable insights? If this resonates with your interest, then this could be the opportunity you are looking for.   
About our client
Our client is Australia’s largest market research consultancy. They work with diverse clients from all over the world and use the latest knowledge, technology and analytical tools to identify and unlock demand-led growth strategies. Furthermore, they are a recognised leader in high-quality project execution, unique and cutting-edge research methods, analysis and strategic thinking.
Moreover, they are an employee-oriented company and has as a core value of their business to greatly value and respect their employees. They have developed a working environment and culture that allows people of different backgrounds and skills to perform at their best.
The role
As a research consultant quant, you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of quantitative research projects. This role requires you to focus on high-quality project management and execution, taking a key role in the planning, development and monitoring of data collection and client deliverables.
Moreover, you will act as a bridge between the company and the client and will play your part in resolving any issues that may arise between the two.
What you’ll do

  • Supervise, manage and advise on day-to-day quantitative research activities
  • Develop research designs, conduct research, carry out surveys, conduct interviews, collect data, analyse data and draw insights from the collected data
  • Use data analysis to prepare reports, proposals and presentations to identify key problems and areas of improvement
  • Use your knowledge and experience to advise and consult other team members on the research design and execution method
  • Use your knowledge, experience and skills to train and mentor team members
  • Generate quantitative solutions after taking input from all the team members
  • Provide substantial input into proposal development and in the application of broad technical skills

Knowledge and experience

  • A specialist in the market research industry
  • Tertiary education in the relevant field
  • Flexible and adaptable to work outside of the core hours
  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • Strong organisational and time management skills
  • Ability to give timely solutions and meet deadlines
  • Capable of working independently as well as a part of team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

What we offer

  • Supportive, collaborative and high performing culture
  • Opportunity for personal growth and development
  • Flexible and dynamic work environment
  • Periodic social events for network development

Please note that you must have permanent residency/citizenship for Australia to be considered for this role.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a copy of your CV to, highlighting your competencies that fulfil the selection criteria.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We look forward to hearing from you.

Senior Qualitative Consultant

Do you want to use your market research capabilities and experience to help big global brands transform their decision-making processes? If this sparks your interest, don’t hesitate to apply.
About our client
Our client is one of Australia’s most credible and reputed market research and consultancy firms. They have an internationally sourced team of experts and professionals and provide their services in more than 30 countries across a diverse range of sectors. Our client takes pride in their employee focused culture, considering them their greatest asset. They have teams of qualified market researchers, data scientists, analysts, marketing strategists and other professionals who respect each other’s skills and deliver outcomes to clients that are challenging, creative and commercially credible. 
The role
As a Senior Qualitative Consultant, you will oversee and supervise qualitative research projects going on in the company and provide consultancy to the team members to complete projects in a better way and on time while staying within the budget. You will advise the team members in the selection of research methodologies, the development of research and survey questions, the performance of data analysis, interpretation of data and the preparation of reports and recommendations. In brief, you will be responsible for the smooth execution of all the qualitative research projects. 
What you’ll do

  • Advise, supervise, monitor, manage and execute qualitative research going on in the department
  • Develop qualitative research methods, research questions, survey questions, data collection strategies, data analysis techniques and formulate reports to assist clients in making informed decisions
  • Collect data on consumers, competitors and the marketplace and consolidate information into actionable items, reports and presentations
  • Advise clients and senior management on how to best use research findings
  • Meet and liaise with clients to negotiate and agree to research projects
  • Expertise in all qualitative research techniques and ability to implement them to create tailored approaches
  • Maintain a strong working relationship with all team members and act as a point of contact between the company and the client
  • Develop extensive guides across a range of issues and qualitative methodologies

Knowledge and experience

  • A minimum of 10–15 years of experience in Market Research
  • Tertiary education in a related discipline
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to give attention to details
  • Ability to multitask and complete projects on time
  • Potential to work independently and also a good team player
  • Strong organizational and management skills
  • Present and conduct self professionally at all times.

What we offer

  • Flexible, inclusive, collaborative and supportive team culture
  • Continuous professional development
  • Opportunity to meet market research industry leaders
  • Grow professionally by working with leading global brands and experts
  • Periodic social events and networking opportunities

Please note that you must have permanent residency/citizenship for Australia to be considered for this role.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a copy of your CV to, highlighting your competencies that fulfil the selection criteria.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We look forward to hearing from you.

Senior Research Consultant

About the company
Our client is an award winning International consultancy seeking a Senior Consultant to join the team in Sydney CBD.  You’ll be working on a mix of continuous and ad-hoc studies that directly impact society.

Impacts such as improving transport systems and moving towards sustainable agriculture and working with a big 4 bank to improve customer experience.

A day in the life

  • Drafting a wide range of research materials including proposals/tenders, recruitment specifications, reports and presentations
  • Write discussion guides as well facilitation of focus-groups, in-depth interviews and online communities
  • Supporting quantitative functions (conduct analysis, draft questionnaires and interpret). Generate insights for complex projects that directly impact marketing and social outcomes
  • Understand stakeholder behaviour and attitudes
  • Monitor key satisfaction metrics



  • Dynamic and professional close-knit team
  • Innovation is encouraged
  • You will have the opportunity to train and mentor juniors
  • Collaborate on projects with a ‘feel-good factor’


  • Plenty of opportunities for career progression – opportunity to lead client relationships
  • Innovation and creativity are encouraged and rewarded
  • Exceptional international leadership (no micromanagers here)
  • Centrally located state of the art offices as well as working from home options

To be successful you need

  • Several years of market research agency experience
  • Comprehensive knowledge of statistics and the use of SPSS and Q
  • Experience moderating focus groups and in-depths would be advantageous
  • A willingness to participate in business development
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Please note that you must have permanent residency/citizenship for Australia to be considered for this role. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
To apply, please send a copy of your CV to
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