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Friday, January 23, 2015

Senior Director | Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Research | Midlands / South UK

Do you want to work for one of the fastest growing, global market research businesses??

My client has being going for over 40 years, performed close to 1,000 research projects and works in over 50 different disease areas with the healthcare and pharmaceutical market. Focusing on understanding their client’s business and needs allows them to specifically tailor the outputs to each individual project, giving the very highest quality of service. Working with a large number of the biggest brands in the world and operating in over 50 countries, this organisation is the best places to be for job satisfaction and career development!

They are currently looking for a Senior Client Director to lead their rapidly growing pharmaceutical team in London. You will be building revenue and delivering growth from a number of major existing £multi-million accounts, up-selling and cross selling, once you have a full understanding of their business goal and marketing plans. Your significant market research background will allow you to have expertise in analysis of market data, to enable you to create compelling answers and solutions for the projects.

To be considered, you have significant experience in a client focused market research role within pharmaceuticals (quantitative or qualitative). Within this experience, you must have managed £million + accounts, responsible for P+L, budgeting and forecasting, and lead teams. If you have had global research experience, that will be a distinct advantage. Additional languages are also highly desired.

In return, you will get a very competitive starting salary, with bonus, and a fantastic benefits package!

Please contact Phil on 01279 657716 or for more information!

Job Ref: 10119

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Senior Director | Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Research | Midlands / South UK

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