Market Survey Consultant

Spring Technology
Milton Keynes
£600.00 - £680.00 per day
02 Aug 2017
16 Aug 2017
Spring Technology are currently working with a large public sector organisation, looking for a Marketing Consultant to work on an initial 3 month contract starting as soon as possible. The location for the role is due to be split between Milton Keynes and London. The role has been confirmed as falling outside of IR35 regulations. The role The role is directly responsible for analysing macro environmental trends, market requirement and competition, in support of delivery of the outcome for the strategic context agreed in the Commercial Strategy. It will include engaging with senior stakeholders externally and internally as appropriate and utilising marketing best practice to gain an in depth understanding of the market requirements, competition and the clients vision in order to deliver a clear, unique Value Proposition enabling the client to deliver it's ambitious growth programme. The role will involve regular reporting to the Exec, recommending the direction the business should take (new markets/products) and work closely with the stakeholder engagement and communications teams. Skills and experience required Excellent experience in market intelligence gathering and analysis Experience and evidence of producing Value Proposition resulting in business growth Understanding and previous employment of marketing processes and tools Excellent written and verbal communication skills Professional qualification (CIM marketing qualifications or similar) Knowledge of private and public sectors The deadline for applications will be Monday 31st July 2017 at 17:00 o'clock, any applications made after this time will not be considered. If you are interested in the role, please apply as soon as possible for immediate consideration. Spring Technology is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Spring Technology is an Equal Opportunities employer; we welcome applicants from all backgrounds. This job was originally posted as