At People for Research we specialise in providing participant recruitment for user research and usability testing. We work in partnership with clients, from global technology companies togovernment departments, and everything in-between!
The driving force behind our service is a commitment to helping the UX sector deliver valuable insights by providing reliable and high quality recruitment of people for research. Our process enables clients to focus on what they do best while we identify, screen, and book reliable and relevant participants.
We have a vacancy to join our vibrant team. As a Project Manager you will be responsible for recruiting, screening and managing participants according to our clients briefs, within our Business division. You will work on a variety of participantrecruitment briefs, all different in nature and industry.
The roles we have available would really suit someone from a customer service background who's looking to take their career to the next level. Alternatively, someone from a job recruitmentbackground would be a great fit. If you're looking for a move out of recruitment - then get in touch!
We are a business who operates at the forefront of digital innovations - working with high profile government departments and exciting tech and digital start ups. Our client base includes the BBC, Ocado, Facebook amongst many many others!
The role is central Bristol based, offers a great progression and development pathway, and great rewards.
We love seeing people a few days a week in the office, but you'll have the freedom to work from home 2 days per week. We are interested to speak with 'people people' and those with a passion for great client interactions as well as a love for tech and all things digital.
The roles we have available are at Assistant Project manager and Project Manager level, but you don't need any prior experience of project management as we have a slightly different take on these roles.
If you'd be interested in an informal conversation please do go ahead an apply!
Key skills required!