Research Panel Lead
Remote or London hybrid
Do you have experience with managing a research panel? Can you manage and coordinate a large group of panellists and balance the needs or the research team to make sure you are gathering the best team together and keeping them informed and happy along the way? Do you want to manage research panels for the disabled community to help give a voice to this group?
You will help shape the future of disabled facilities, services and policies, working with everyone from supermarkets to the Home Office as well as your wide community of disabled panellists. You’ll also grow the current panel to make sure more voices are heard.
Key accountabilities and responsibilities
- Recruiting panellists for on-going projects, advising on panel capacity for project briefs, and reporting panel balance and safeguarding issues.
- Oversight of the Research Panel’s online portal, posting research projects and newsletters, monitoring panellists’ responses and activity, and developing it to be a positive experience for all.
- Expanding the number of active panellists to robustly cover all parts of England and Wales, creating recruitment initiatives and liaising with potential sources of more disabled panellists.
- Tracking the panel’s profile so it represents as balanced a cross-section of the disabled population in England and Wales as possible, for criteria such as, age, gender, ethnicity, and range of conditions and impairments.
- Responsibility for panellists’ personal information security and compliance with GDPR, with the overall goal to be ISO compliant in approach.
Knowledge and experience
- Two years direct experience of running a community, recruitment or tracking panel
- Some appreciation of market research methodologies and best practices
- Experience of managing projects to timelines and working in a team environment
If you have the required experience, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can!
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