UK Research Executive
A unique opportunity to join the industry's most dynamic and successful agency at a junior level and be a part of our UK Practice team, working on all aspects of research projects from initial pitch through to final debrief.
The UK practice is a boutique team of 15 that sits at the heart of the broader London business, and is dedicated to servicing a UK only client base. It was set up to deliver best in class thinking and client servicing to help brands thrive in the UK’s sophisticated consumer culture.
As a result of only working across the UK we have developed an unrivalled and encyclopaedic knowledge of British culture – from train station cafes to people’s attitudes to money to reality TV stars.
Flamingo's philosophy "through culture to big ideas" uses our expertise in people, culture and brands to help our clients with strategic thinking, cultural insight and consumer understanding - using a variety of methodologies including f2f, digital, film, trends and semiotics. This role would mean talking to people throughout the UK to understand their lives, their attitudes, their environment and their interaction with brands and products - and then converting that learning into useful insights for our clients’ business.
We're looking for people who share that philosophy - a passion for big ideas, culturally attuned and fascinated by people - to join our London (Southbank) office at Research Executive level. This is an entry-level position and involves UK national travel. Spoken and written fluency in English is a must. If you are…
Fascinated by brands, people and in particular UK culture
Curious about finding out what makes people tick from Glasgow to Nottingham
Hard-working and organised
Analytical and creative
An intelligent, confident communicator
A good listener
…please write to (referencing ‘UK RE position’ in the subject line) with a covering note on why you would like to join our UK Practice, along with your CV. We also request all applicants write a short 400 word essay on a recent cultural shift in the UK that you find interesting and the implications this has for 2 different brands.