Do you have a curious mind, a passion for numbers and enjoy turning data into compelling insights? Then we have the job for you. We are looking for a junior researcher to join our market-leading research team, Insights IQ.
Bauer Media Group is the home of the best and brightest portfolio of magazine brands in the New Zealand market (Fashion Quarterly, Woman’s Day, The Listener, HOME, Your Home & Garden, to name a few). But we’re no longer just a traditional magazine publisher – we’re a multi-media company firmly focused on growth. We recently launched Nadia magazine, Miss FQ, noted.co.nz and Auckland’s new free premium lifestyle title, Paperboy.
What we need: This is an amazing opportunity to build your career and develop your research capability in one of New Zealand’s most influential media companies. Insights and understanding the New Zealand consumer is at the heart of everything we do at Bauer Media. You'll be responsible for mining media databases, using leading-edge research tools to create compelling, revenue-generating sales proposals, trade- marketing collateral and advertising reports. And there’s plenty of scope for creativity and strategic thinking.
So, who are we looking for? You’ll have a relevant degree, strong numeracy and communication skills, excellent MS Office skills and a flair for creating Power-point presentations based on data driven insights. This is an entry level role for someone with a flair for numbers and wanting to expand their experience in a research role. Proficiency with Nielsen's CMI & Google Analytics is an advantage.
Bauer’s west-side city building offers a cool, high-energy workplace for people who bring passion and commitment to their work and enjoy a culture where successes are recognised and celebrated.
If you would like to apply for this role then please send a cover letter together with a copy of your CV to email@example.com
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I don't think Breast Cancer has any trouble with awareness to begin with.
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