Behavioural Insights Lead - Simply Business

Simply Business is one of the UK’s leading technology, service and data companies, and named the number one ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For’ for two years running now.

We insure over 400,000 of the UK’s businesses and landlords, using feedback, data and technology to create the very best experience for our customers.

Join us and you will be a key part of the business and its growth. We believe that people are our most important asset, and we put a huge amount of effort into creating an environment in which everyone can thrive.

You’ll be helping us create something better for our customers, employees and the world in which we operate.

The role
As a company we have the strong belief that insights from the field of Behavioural Economics (BE) can radically improve all areas of business and our lives. Reporting directly into our CEO, this is a newly created position which will shape the behavioural insights vision for the organisation and embed the thinking from the academic world into our culture of experimentation. 

You will work in a consultative role with key decision-makers to help build the centre of excellence and capabilities to offer to the entire organisation. To do so you will help to identify opportunities to design and carry out Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) that will seek to measure the behavioural impact of potential interventions.

As the Behavioural Insights Lead you will:
●      Be responsible for the design, implementation and impact measurement of experiments and for coaching others within the organisation on how to run these themselves.
●      Apply your professional knowledge of psychology and behavioural science to conduct behaviour analysis, experimental design, and consumer insights development.
●      Stay up to date on the latest academic and business thinking in the field and act as the sponsor of BE throughout the organisation.
●      Further develop the companywide capability of experimentation.

Responsibilities include:
●      Coaching the organisation to use behavioural Insights to improve areas of the business and our colleague experience.
●      Building a centre of excellence and capabilities to offer the entire organisation.
●      Developing opportunities to make significantly improvement to the lives of our customers and colleagues through simplification, removing over engineered processes and building high levels of engagement.
●      Shaping the behavioural insights vision for the organisation and a strategic plan to drive this change.

What we are looking for:
●      Experience in applying behavioural economics findings (from experiments and behavioural interventions) to product, communication, and experience challenges in a professional setting.
●      Advanced degree (MSc/PhD) in Behavioural Economics, Psychology or a related discipline strongly desired (e.g. a PhD in Organisational Behaviour, Decision Science, Marketing). 
●      A strong entrepreneurial drive to help build a culture at the nexus between academic thinking and practical applications of theory

To apply:
Please send a brief covering letter and CV to Joe Gladstone at, who is managing the recruitment process. The deadline to receive these documents is 9am on Monday 3rd April, EST. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide feedback to unsuccessful candidates.

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Head of Behavioural Science - Seven

Seven is an award-winning marketing agency based in London. In 2016 we joined German super-agency C3 (Creative, Code, Content) to create the largest content marketing specialist in Europe, with offices in London, Lisbon, Prague, Ljubljana, Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich and Zurich. We now have over 600 people in total working on projects for hundreds of well-known brands.

Seven’s ambition is to be the agency of the people. We focus rigorously on audiences; what they really want, think and do in order to deliver the marketing performance our clients want. This focus on people requires a fundamental shift in the way we do things and the role of Head of Behavioural Science is vital to ensuring we deliver on this promise.

The newly combined Seven C3 team boasts over 600 strategists and creatives, specializing in everything from technology, finance and cars to food, fitness and fashion. Our clients include Sainsbury's, Fujitsu, Vitality, David Lloyd, Weight Watchers, Jobsite, Allianz, Deutsche Telekom, Porsche, VW, Skoda, EY and Tui, to name just a few.

The Role
An exciting opportunity has arisen to apply insights from behavioural science into the heart of our business. The role will work across our functions and will engage a range of clients. This appointment is key to building a unique offer to really help our clients to understand their customers better, to improve their marketing and to help Seven C3 to stand out from our competitors.

Initially, you will act as an internal thought leader; inspiring colleagues across the business to think about how insights from behavioural science can be embedded in how we work to create the most effective messages for consumers. You will develop and implement new processes, templates and methods that build from recent scientific progress in the behavioural sciences to effectively engage audiences.

In time, you will use your knowledge and expertise to build relationships with clients and to grow our business through effective audience-relevant insights. You will also be directly responsible for taking Seven’s message to the wider market via writing, speaking and networking at events.

The role will involve:

1.     Being an internal expert on the behaviours, attitudes, expectations and intentions of the audiences we engage with.
2.     Analysing the existing Seven and C3 client base to identify potential ‘proof of concept’ projects to build awareness and understanding of this new offering.
3.     Applying knowledge of behavioural science to commercial projects on a consultancy basis. Including project support, advice and direct delivery to clients.
4.     Research and development; helping lead a programme to develop new or improve existing approaches in audience engagement.
5.     To apply behavioural science expertise to new business pitches as required.
6.     Networking with external experts to stay on top of new developments in the behavioural sciences, including presenting work at conferences.
7.     To analyse and report on wider cultural and social trends that impact on our clients’ and their customers, and that can create growth and new business opportunities for Seven.
8.     To build senior level relationships with clients and their partner agencies.
9.     Thought Leadership/Profile to develop Seven's image as experts by maintaining a media and social media profile, publishing articles, conference presentations etc.

The Candidate
To succeed in this role, you will need to demonstrate a strong academic track record in behavioural science. Due to the applied nature of our research, you will also need to have a deep understanding of how these theories can be applied to help solve complex commercial problems relating to marketing and audience-engagement. We are looking for someone that is able to challenge the status-quo and find creative solutions to real-world problems. You will have proven project management skills and an ability to work under pressure and manage your workload to meet tight client deadlines. You will need to have strong written and verbal skills and be comfortable interacting and pitching to senior clients across a wide range of sectors.

Skills and Experience
1. A strong background in behavioural science built up through industry experience or through appropriate academic qualifications, such as an MSc or PhD in Social Psychology, Behavioural Economics, Organisational Behaviour, Management Sciences, Behavioural Marketing, or a related academic discipline from a leading university. 
2. Demonstrated experience and expertise in applying behavioural science research to commercial settings
3. Experience of designing, managing and analysing quantitative research projects. Knowledge of a major statistical package (e.g. SPSS, Stata or R.).
4. Well-developed teamwork and collaborative abilities, and strong communication skills. 
5. A strong entrepreneurial drive and interest in the use of evidence to support commercial decision-makers.
6. The ability to analyse a diverse spectrum of information, research and data inputs and can turn it into insight that can be simply explained.
7. You are one of the first on the invite list to join a brainstorm because you make a full contribution, have good ideas, can challenge and add a different perspective
8. An appreciation of the strengths and weaknesses of a wide range of research methods.
9. A willingness to travel, particularly within Europe.

We recognise that individuals from a variety of different backgrounds will apply for this position. Therefore the salary is flexible and to be negotiated with the candidate on the basis of previous experience and skills.

Application Process
To express an interest in this position, please send your CV to Joe Gladstone at The deadline to register your interest is Tuesday November the 1st at 5pm EST.

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Senior Advisors, Advisors - The Behavioural Insights Team

  • Are you fascinated by human behaviour?

  • Can you tell a probit from a logistic?

  • Do you want to conduct research across the policy spectrum?

If you answered yes to these three questions we would love to hear from you

The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) are looking for a number of exceptional candidates with varying levels of experience to join our leading research and evaluation team based in London. The Research Team works with specific policy clusters to deliver a range of projects through the designing, conducting and evaluation of Randomised Controlled Trials. These roles will work closely with the Chief Scientist and the Head of Data Science to develop BIT’s expertise in this area.

By joining the Research Team, you will be given time and encouragement to continue academic work, as well as the opportunity to support work that will help shape government policy through the development of innovative interventions and robust analysis.

Roles and Responsibilities

Our Senior Advisors lead teams and support the work of our Principal Advisors, interacting with senior government officials, Ministers and clients on a regular basis. They are responsible for winning new work, ensuring that the projects they work on are managed and delivered to tight deadlines and budgets, as well as managing one or more Advisors or Associate Advisors.

Our Advisors and Associate Advisors are focussed on the research elements of multiple projects simultaneously, working with a small project team of policymakers and researchers. These roles concentrate on our behavioural insights programme of work, developing trial protocols, trial interventions and tools. They will be expected to analyse large experimental datasets, and to involve themselves in training and opportunities to develop new empirical expertise.


The Behavioural Insights Team brings people together with different skill sets. You must be able to demonstrate a balance of skills across those listed below, but we do not expect you to be exceptional in all areas.

  • Experience in designing and implementing rigorous evaluations, including Randomised Controlled Trials, difference in differences, regression discontinuity, and propensity score matching, particularly applied to policymaking

  • Experience in using and analysing large data sets (such as administrative data) for the purposes of evaluation or predictive modelling

  • Experience using software packages for either quantitative analysis (e.g. STATA or R), at an expert or competitive level, and/or web design

  • For Senior Advisors: Experience in designing and evaluating social programmes using rigorous qualitative techniques including interview techniques, focus groups, text analysis and ethnographic research more broadly

  • For Senior Advisors: Experience managing both people and projects


  • A Masters or PhD in a relevant subject area (including, but not limited to behavioural science, public policy, economics, psychology, evaluation methods)

  • For Senior Advisors: Experience working on the development and delivery of government policy

Click here for a more detailed job description.

If you are interested in joining the Research Team, and hold the legal right to live and work in the UK, then please email your CV along with an expression of interest of no more than 200 words detailing the following:

  • What role you are interested in (Senior Advisor, Advisor, or Associate Advisor)

  • What skills and experience you think you can bring to the role

  • When you would be available to start

  • What your salary expectations are

  • Confirmation that you hold the right to live and work in the UK

Candidates that fit the basic requirements will be invited to participate in an open selection process. If you have not heard from us within two weeks it is likely that you are unsuitable for the role.

The Behavioural Insights Team is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and is determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.

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Behavioral Scientist (Financial Planning) - Morningstar

The Group:  On the Behavioral Insights Team, we use behavioral science to help people improve their finances. We run digital experiments to determine what works and what doesn’t, and then publicize the results within the industry and among the general public.

The Role:  Develop cutting-edge interventions and software to help people plan for their financial future. Morningstar is looking for an applied behavioral scientist, to help individual investors develop and pursue realistic financial plans, in partnership with their advisors. You’ll need to identify major obstacles that individuals face – then build on existing behavioral research to overcome those obstacles, and deploy the solutions in new and engaging user interfaces.  

In this role, you’ll work hand in hand with the product development teams at Morningstar, our in-house behavioral science team, and leading academics from around the country. The position is based in our Chicago office. The position officially opens in Q3 of this year, but we are open to hiring a stellar candidate earlier. 


·       Lead research efforts into financial planning, developing our strategy to apply behavioral lessons to these decisions.

·       Conduct original research, including on issues of retirement planning, investing, risk tolerance, and spending and savings behavior.

·       Work with the product, marketing and research teams to identify specific obstacles to good financial behavior that our software can address.

·       Design, execute, and analyze large-scale randomized control trials to test your ideas; Morningstar interacts with millions of individual investors and their advisors.

·       Coordinate with our Advisory Board – amazing and thoughtful researchers from around the country – to develop additional interventions, and measure their real-life impact.

·       Publicize your results – in the media, papers, and at conferences.



·       A PhD (or a Masters with appropriate professional experience) in the behavioral sciences, especially in behavioral economics, behavioral finance or JDM.

·       CFP or similar designations are a plus.

·       Professional experience in applying behavioral interventions to improving financial planning decisions (investment, retirement, or savings behavior), especially in the context of advisor-investor interactions is ideal.

·       Experience with the software development and design process is ideal.

·       Demonstrated ability writing about behavioral research for a general audience.

·       Experience and enjoyment in public speaking.

·       At least two years of experience using R, STATA, SQL or Matlab.

·       Independent, creative thinker with a strong interest in financial planning behavior.

Morningstar is an equal opportunity employer. In your cover letter, please mention two major behavioral challenges that limit good financial planning in an investor-advisor context, and how you’d help overcome them.

To learn more or apply for the position, please send your resume and cover letter to Steve at Remember, the position officially opens in Q3 of this year, but the timing can be flexible.

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Behavioral Scientist (Investor Behavior) - Morningstar

The Group:  On the Behavioral Insights Team, we use behavioral science to help people improve their finances. We then run digital experimental studies to determine what works, and what doesn’t, and publicize the results.

The Role: Help millions of investors meet their financial goals.  Morningstar is looking for an applied behavioral scientist, to help understand and overcome the behavioral obstacles that individual investors and their advisors face when interacting with the markets.  You’ll pursue original research alongside a team of like-minded behavioralists and with leading academics from around the country.  This position is based in our Chicago office.


·       Lead investor-focused initiatives, developing our strategy for applying behavioral finance and the broader research into financial decision-making to help investors succeed.

·       Conduct original research on investor behavior, on issues of risk tolerance, market timing, behaviorally appropriate portfolio selection, and more.

·       Design, execute, and analyze large-scale randomized control trials to test your ideas (Morningstar interacts with millions of individual investors and with their advisors).

·       Work with the marketing, product, and research teams to identify and solve pressing questions around investor behavior, and put the answers into practice in our products.

·       Coordinate with our Behavioral Science Advisory Board – amazing and thoughtful researchers from around the country – to develop new interventions, and measure their real-life impact.

·       Publicize your results – in the media, papers, and at conferences. 


·       A PhD (or a Masters with appropriate professional experience) in the behavioral sciences, especially behavioral economics or finance.

·       CFA or similar designations are a plus.

·       Professional experience in applying behavioral interventions specifically to improving investor or advisor outcomes is ideal.

·       Demonstrated ability writing about behavioral research for a general audience.

·       Experience and enjoyment in public speaking.

·       At least two years of experience using R, STATA, SQL or Matlab to analyze complex datasets (academics: yes, GRAs count).

·       Independent, creative thinker with a strong interest in investing.

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Advisor/Associate Advisors - Behavioural Insights Team (Australia)

The Behavioural Insights Team is looking for exceptional candidates to join us in our Sydney office as we expand and grow in 2016. We have opportunities at two levels (1 x Advisor and 2 x Associate Advisor).

What we are looking for

We are looking for talented individuals who have a real passion and drive to improve outcomes for individuals and organisations. You will do this by carrying out robust evaluations to find out ‘what works’ and using behavioural insights to improve public services. All of our work has a social purpose and BIT is passionate about its values – social impact, empiricism and humility, fresh thinking, collaboration and public service – so you will need to demonstrate a real enthusiasm for and commitment to these.

Most of our staff have a degree in economics, psychology, social anthropology, statistics or related discipline or related discipline and an existing understanding of behavioural science literature is preferable.

One of these roles will require a candidate who has a strong background in experimental design and will be able to use inferential statistics, including but not limited to linear regressions and logistic regressions. Please indicate if you are able to use these techniques in the application process.

For more information please refer to the following job descriptions:

Associate Advisor

Our offer to you

The Behavioural Insights Team has a relaxed and non-hierarchical culture, and a fast paced, exciting and friendly work environment with a diverse team. We provide a nurturing environment to help you develop your skills and knowledge in the fast evolving field of behavioural science in public policy.
If this sounds like the type of organisation you would like to work for and you have the right skills – we would like to nudge you in the right direction.

Associate Advisor: From $70,000 + superannuation + benefits
Advisor: From $80,000 + superannuation + benefits
Final salaries will take your skills and experience into account.

How to apply

The application process will be opened on the 18th of January 2016, when we will post a link to the application process on the Behavioural Insights Team website.
The first part of the process will require a CV and will involve a set of multiple choice questions and free text questions to test your knowledge of Behavioural Insights.

Closing date: 11:59pm (AEDT) Sunday 7 February 2016

If you have any questions, please contact us on and we will respond during business hours.

Job Notes

The application and assessment process will occur in three stages and includes an online test, an interview, a written exercise, and participation in an assessment centre. We expect the process to be complete in mid-March.

Applications can only be considered from Australian Citizens or those able to work freely within Australia, not requiring a visa.
Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive we may not be able to provide feedback.

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Fellows - White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST)

The White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST) is currently seeking new team members to join in Washington, D.C. for a one-year fellowship beginning in October 2016. Since its inception in 2014, the SBST has completed over 15 randomized evaluations with a diverse set of agency collaborators. Learn more about the President’s recent Executive Order “Using Behavioral Science Insights to Better Serve the American People,” the 2015 Annual Report, the team and recent activities by visiting the team’s website,

Fellows and Associate Fellows translate insights from the social and behavioral sciences into concrete recommendations on how to improve Federal programs, policies, and operations. We work closely with agency collaborators to identify the opportunities for improvement and to evaluate the relative efficiency and effectiveness of proposed interventions.

To learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications of Fellow and Associate Fellows, and details on how to apply for this unique opportunity, please visit The deadline to submit an application is 11:59 PM on Sunday, January 24th, 2016.

Please contact with any questions.

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Behavioural Insights Team - Associate Advisor

UK Graduate Opportunities – Associate Advisor

£25,000 p.a. + benefits

Full time, permanent

Central London

Want to make society a better place?

We are the Behavioural Insights Team, a unique organisation. We started life in 2010 inside No.10 Downing Street as the world’s first government institution dedicated to the application of behavioural sciences. We are now a world-leading consulting organisation with offices in London, New York, and Sydney. Our mission is to help organisations in the UK and overseas achieve social impact through the use of behavioural insights and rigorous evaluation.

How you’ll grow

You’ll benefit from a structured development programme that will include:

  • A policy school induction;
  • A personalised training plan;
  • In-depth exposure to policy design and decision-makers;
  • Regular seminars with world class thought leaders.

What we’re looking for

You will need to have a relevant degree in economics, psychology or related discipline and some understanding of the behavioural science literature.  Above all, you will need to have the right motivation: to improve policies and be passionate about using and developing evidence.  BIT is passionate about its values – social impact, empiricism and humility, fresh thinking, collaboration and public service. Find out more in the full job description.

Our offer to you

The Behavioural Insights Team has a relaxed and non-hierarchical culture. The company is part owned by all of our staff and we regularly eat together; play sport; and socialise. If this sounds like the type of organisation you would like to work for and you have the right skills – we would like to nudge you in the right direction.

For more information please refer to our full job description attached.

Please apply via Applied:

Closing date: Midday 4th January 2016 (GMT)

The Behavioural Insight Team is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and is determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable


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BRAC - Research Project Manager

The Research and Evaluation Unit at BRAC Uganda is looking for a Research Project Manager to be based in Kampala, Uganda. The Research Project Manager will be in charge of implementing and evaluating the project “Credit Constraints and Capital Misallocation in Agriculture”, in close collaboration with colleagues at BRAC and the principal investigators, Konrad Burchardi (IIES), Jonathan de Quidt (IIES), Selim Gulesci (Bocconi) and Benedetta Lerva (IIES). The position provides ample learning opportunities for candidates who seek to be involved in cutting-edge development economic research.

The project

Agriculture in developing countries is characterised by a low intensity of physical capital. The project seeks to measure farmers’ returns to capital, quantify the extent of capital misallocation, and understand the sources of capital misallocation. To this end, a novel experimental design will be implemented through a large scale randomized control trial involving 1800 farmers in 450 villages to be followed for three years.


The project manager will be (1) responsible for implementing and coordinating all surveys and experimental interventions. In particular, this includes:

  • Designing, piloting and programming of survey instruments;
  • Organize and lead the training of enumerators for data collection;
  • Manage the field implementation of the surveys including field supervisor coordination;
  • Implement mechanisms to monitor and ensure high data quality;
  • Organize the data inflow and data management and lead data cleaning activities.

She/he will also be (2) involved in the analysis of the data and report writing. She/he will contribute to the disseminating the results by presenting at policy meetings, seminars, and conferences.


We are seeking applicants who have an analytical mind, a background in economics, and a very good understanding of economic research methodologies and the challenges involved. The role requires to be well organised, able to manage and coordinate staff, and submit deliverables in adherence to the timelines. A typical applicant will have a Masters in Economics, Econometrics, Statistics or related quantitative discipline, experience in quantitative research, advanced knowledge of STATA and the Office package, excellent knowledge of Development Economics and Econometrics, and strong oral and written communication skills in English. Prior experience working in developing countries and especially in Sub-Saharan Africa is a plus.

Application Instructions

To apply, please send a CV and a short cover letter (one-page max) to the Research Director of BRAC International, Dr. Munshi Sulaiman ( The email subject should specify the position you are applying for, project name and your last name. The final deadline for applications is February 15th, 2016, but we will review applications immediately. The desired start date is early in 2016. The contract duration is 12 months, renewable, with an initial 3 months probation period. If you have any questions on the project or position, please feel free to contact Dr. Sulaiman or any of the principal investigators.

About BRAC

BRAC is one of the largest NGOs in the world. It reaches 138 million people in 11 countries in South Asia, SubSaharan Africa and North-America. BRAC’s main focus is on microfinance, with about 5 million borrowers, but it also operates in the fields of agriculture, education, health, micro-entrepreneurship and women’s empowerment. BRAC has established several research units and systematically evaluates its programs through collaboration with leading academics.

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Bright Group - Behavioural Scientist

Who we are

Many marketers now agree that behavioural science holds the key to truly effective marketing, but are unsure how to translate academic insight into successful practice. For this reason we have assembled an expert behavioural science research and planning team tasked with adapting research insights to inform planning, creative and technology strategy.


We are a talented group of academics, marketers and fundraisers, who have spent many years developing the science of response - a methodology which uses behavioural science insight to help our clients recruit new customers and supporters, raise more money, build loyalty and bring about positive change in their marketing programmes.


Through consultancy, events and carefully planned test campaigns, we are leading the way in the effective application of behavioural science to direct marketing. Our strong links with academic institutions and also with the UK Behavioural Insights Team enable us to tap into a wider network of academics where a specific client challenge requires it.


Purpose of role                       

The ideal candidate will have a strong academic background in behavioural science, psychology or related discipline and interest in applying scientific theory to solve practical business problems.


We are looking for someone that is fascinated by human behaviour, has an interest in marketing and likes the idea of being part of an innovative team creating powerful, direct response campaigns underpinned by science. They will have excellent communication skills, will be able to express complex ideas clearly and develop strong, positive relationships with colleagues and senior clients.


Key accountabilities

·        Ensuring behavioural science theory is consistently applied to all our clients’ work

 ·        Keeping abreast of the newest findings on human decision-making

·        Contributing to creative ideas sessions and planning meetings

·        Devising research and testing propositions to serve as a focal point for events or whitepapers

·        Collaborating effectively with colleagues in other internal teams

·       Developing behavioural rationales for creative content and campaign strategy

·       Presenting strategic recommendations to clients

·       Preparation and presentation of behavioural workshops to clients

·       Planning and running events

·       Asserting our thought-leadership in behavioural science applied to direct marketing by speaking at events and writing blogs

·       Leading and/or co-ordinating formal learning sessions for creative and client teams to ensure a consistently high level of behavioural science expertise amongst clients service and creative colleagues.

·       Maintaining relationships with academic institutions and other partner organisations.

·        Group new business opportunities, attending pitches as required

·        The continuous development of Instinctiv’s behavioural science intellectual property


Key skills – what you need to be able to do             

·        Build great relationships with and inspire complete confidence in clients and key contacts

·        Identify useful studies to inform our response to client briefs and to develop testing strategies

·        Able to look beyond the initial request to suggest better ways of working

·        Express complex ideas clearly

·        Ability to own an opportunity and drive it through to completion

·        Be organised and able to prioritise multiple workload demands – working accurately and at speed


Behaviours and attitude – how we’d like you to do it

·        A role model for our culture and values

·        Passion for delighting prospects and clients, with an appetite to understand and solve their marketing problems

·        Great team-worker, able to collaborate effectively with colleagues across the business

·        Appetite to challenge the status quo, always trying to find new and better ways of working

·        Appetite and ability to learn fast under own initiative and confidence in tackling new areas

·        Outgoing, able to quickly build rapport and form relationships.


Measurement – how we will know you are doing well

·        Development of successful campaign strategies

·        Positive client relationship feedback

·        A regular cycle of published whitepapers/blogs/articles



To find out more about what we do visit

To apply for this role please email your CV and covering letter to


You must have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

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