Flexible – UK All Locations

Are you looking to develop your career in one of the world’s largest Research Organisations?

Public Affairs is our government research practice, part of Ipsos MORI, the world-leading research company. We love our work and pride ourselves on doing the best for our clients, delivering work that has real world impact. We focus on the big societal issues and are the conduit between the public and policy making, delivering unique insights to help our clients navigate the increasingly complex world.

Our size as the largest social research and evaluation organisation in the UK and our high profile give us endless opportunities to learn, grow and try new things or policy areas. You will never get bored! You’ll get to work in a close-knit team who are passionate about what they do, and be able to draw on project managers, evaluators, data analysts, economists, automation experts and more.  

The role…
We are recruiting for experienced Research Managers and Associate Directors with quantitative/qualitative research experience. 

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Associate Director - Employment, Skills, Welfare & Trade, Innovation, Enterprise
Associate Director - Health & Social Care
Research Manager - Probability Surveys
Research Manager - Various Policy Areas

These roles are on a Fixed Term Contract basis until the end of 2021. The opportunities at Ipsos MORI are endless, we are always hiring for skilled researchers so whilst this is a Fixed Term Contract, there are potential opportunities at the end of this contract across the organisation. 

What do I need to bring with me?
Ideally, we are seeking candidates with solid market research experience, quantitative and/or qualitative and can demonstrate end to end research experience.

About us:
Our people make us the best; which is why we only hire the best people. We want people who are friendly, welcoming and collaborative, as well as professional and hardworking. We pride ourselves on a strong camaraderie and work ethic, with a total dedication to solving clients’ issues. We are totally committed to diversity and inclusion, ensuring that our team are reflective of the society they research. A key element of working in Ipsos MORI is the recognition you will get - from the strength of our brand through our impact and profile, through to the client recognition of a great job well done.

Our culture is unique and we believe in doing the right thing; we place employee welfare and flexible working at the heart of the business. We understand the importance of choice and offer a blended work environment, office and working from home. At every level you can work around responsibilities outside work, whether they are caring, sporting or volunteering commitments - we trust you to get the job done. We offer two days a year for volunteering and two curiosity days you can take to work on a specific topic of interest. 

If you’re someone that doesn’t just want to do what you’ve always done; that wants to be at the cutting edge of innovation in understanding the complex web of human emotions, opinions, actions and relationships, then get in touch. If you like what you’ve read so far; we want to hear from you. If you are the best, then we want you.


If this is what you are looking for from your next role, we look forward to hearing from you!