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Customer Panels Executive

Salary: £27,442 per annum

Location: London (City)

Closes: 02 July 2018

Documentation:

Customer Panels Executive Job Description.doc

Customer Panels Executive Person Specification.docx

ABRSM is the exam board of the Royal Schools of Music. We are committed to actively supporting high-quality music-making, learning and development throughout the world, and to producing the best possible resources for music teachers and students.

We are seeking an experienced Customer Panels Executive to support management of our online community with the aim of informing ABRSM’s strategic development. The role involves day-to-day management of our panel of 500 music teachers in the UK with research activities including brief development, survey design, monitoring fieldwork; facilitating the discussion forum, analysis, reporting and presenting findings. The role will also support with managing the growth strategy of our customer panel to support the organisation on an ambitious programme of change. 

Essential - Candidates must have the following:

  • Experience working with online communities/panels
  • Experience of sampling/building and expanding online panels
  • Experience of market research – agency or client-side, preferably with a quantitative focus
  • Solid experience working with quantitative research methods and quantitative data
  • Understanding of qualitative research methods and knowledge of techniques

Desirable – Candidates may also have the following

  • Market research qualifications
  • Experience of working across cultural boundaries, particularly in SE Asia
  • Experience using qualitative research methods with analysis techniques and reporting
  • Musical background is preferred, but not essential

The closing date for applications is 10.00 on Monday 25 June 2018.

Interviews are expected to be held in the week beginning 2 July 2018.

Please email RJ Lally at research@abrsm.ac.uk with any enquiries about this vacancy.

ABRSM is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect our workforce to share this commitment.

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