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Are you a research professional who wants to make a real difference at one of the UK’s leading charities?
If you’re naturally inquisitive and have experience conducting or commissioning qualitative and quantitative research, we have a fantastic opportunity to join the RNLI in the role of Research Officer.
This is a chance to make a real difference to our work. You will be based within the RNLI’s Research team which works alongside the RNLI’s Operations Research Unit and the Data Analysis team to ensure the RNLI has the evidence and insight required to make sound organisational decisions. You will contribute to an expanding analytical community at the RNLI, which is providing expert social, operational and market research for customers at all levels of the organisation. This role is an opportunity to provide the research and analysis which will help one of the UK’s largest charities to deliver against our goals and save more lives.
You will manage RNLI social and market research projects, design and deliver surveys and analyse data to gather actionable evidence and insight. You will build successful relationships with research customers across the RNLI, promoting the role of research in organisational decision making and proactively managing client requirements and priorities.
This role would ideally suit someone who is motivated to work proactively across teams with a good level of knowledge and experience in conducting both quantitative and qualitative research and analysis. You must be able to manage and prioritise your own workload, have a high attention to detail and be able to identify creative solutions to problems.
If you are passionate about the ways in which research can help the RNLI become evidence-led and save more lives, and excited by what you have read, then please apply online on our jobs page.
If you are looking for a flexible working arrangement, please include in your personal statement what your preferred working arrangements would be.
Closing date: 25 March 2018.
Interview date: 5 April 2018.