Audience Research Manager Voice Jobs Vacancy at Bbc London
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Audience Research Manager Voice Jobs Vacancy at Bbc London Jobs Details:
D&E Audiences are currently looking for an Audience Research Manager for a permanent contract. This role will be based in London (W1 and W12) with occasional travel to Salford, Glasgow as necessary.
As Audience Research Manager, you will report into the Head of Audience Research for Emerging Technology and Distribution. Its remit will be across the BBC Online portfolio, with a particular focus on Voice and AI. It will have two direct reports: a Grade 7 Senior Audience Research Executive and a Grade 7 Digital Analyst.
The Audience Research Manager for D&E Audiences will manage a team which will lead the audiences’ work in setting portfolio-wide Voice strategy. You will also identify key growth opportunities and potential threats across editorial, product, brand and platform and be a key trusted voice in investment decisions.
The role will involve collaborating with other M&A teams to provide seamless support for product and editorial stakeholders and working closely with the Heads of Marketing across the portfolio and the Central Brand Team in addition to ensuring our high-level partnerships with tech brands like Google Amazon and Apple are audience-friendly.
The Ideal Candidate
As the Audience Research Manager in this space, you will need to have all the requisite skills of an excellent and experienced researcher.
All of the hard skills will come as standard; a good understanding of wide ranging media measurement (especially of digital analytics) is essential, as is demonstrable experience of running a variety of quantitative and qualitative research projects. You will be confident in experimenting and developing new research techniques to suit the business challenges you face.
The softer skills are as just as important – particularly when building your team. As the leader of a new team, you will relish the opportunity to grow, develop and coach those you manage. You will also be comfortable in helping to set a high-performing, fast-paced and supportive culture which values business impact, trusted and candid relationships and creativity. You will be open to new approaches and always looking for better ways of doing things.
You will quickly establish trusted relationships with key stakeholders, bring people together to work collaboratively and be confident in being provocative.
As a highly sought-after function you will have hundreds of potential projects asked of you. With the Head of Audience Research you will ruthlessly prioritise your work to be focussed on the end goal of having maximum possible positive impact on our audiences.
This role will be hard work, but it is also a chance to influence one of the fastest-moving parts of the BBC, and to make your mark on the BBC’s digital future.
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