Title: Research Manager
Location: CA - Los Angeles (Remote)
Market Research firm in Los Angeles is looking for a market research professional to join their team. The Research Manager role will be in the Research Operations group. The job involves measuring consumer reaction for upcoming movies, television shows, and digital media programming, and working with major and emerging entertainment brands to develop release strategies. If you have a passion for movies and TV shows and are a market researcher this is the job for you. This job can be remote. Ideally the person will be located in Los Angeles but if not they must work PST hours.
- Facilitate assigned components of custom online quantitative research studies, and theatrical tracking.
- Identify design, logic, and data errors when auditing questionnaires, online surveys, data tabulations, reports, etc.
- Manage and build
relationships with external studio clients.
- Build and maintain positive relationships and communication with internal partners and vendors to ensure timely completion of all aspects of each project.
- Identify opportunities to improve internal processes to expedite deliverables to internal partners and clients.
- Special projects, assignments, and other duties as assigned by supervisor and/or executive team members.
- BA/BS with strong academic record and analytical background.
- Knowledge of MS Office and Outlook required; Experience with business-related software such as Decipher, Qualtrics, SPSS, Q Research, and/or R knowledge preferred.
- Internet-savvy with an ability to problem-solve issues by using online resources.
- Minimum two years of agency-side market research experience, preferably supporting
- Experience with various market research methodologies.
- Experience managing research projects independently from start to finish including managing tasks, delegating effectively, and adhering to timelines/deadlines.
- Knowledgeable of marketing concepts such as brand awareness and interest, positioning, and customer satisfaction.
- Understanding of effective survey design and ability to create questionnaires to meet varying research needs.