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Graduate Job Consumer Research Analyst (KTP Associate)

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: KTP - Buckinghamshire New University
Reference: 10/2026
Salary: £18 – 21k + Generous Training Package  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

Do you want to fast-track your marketing career?

Work on cutting edge projects, understand what makes people tick.  You’re comfortable around numbers and the quantitative/analytical side of life. You can demonstrate practical interest and/or achievements in one or more of: consumer behaviour, marketing research, direct marketing or relationship management. 

Are you a graduate with minimum 2.1 Honours or higher degree in a business or marketing subject? And ideally - you have some practical marketing experience? 

A chance to join a team developing a new mass-customised Marketing Intelligence Customer Engagement system, or MICE for short. 

We are: 

Serious Brands Limited (SBL) and Buckinghamshire New University (BNU).  SBL designs, develops and manufactures innovative lighting solutions principally for the ‘Silver Generation’ (the over-50s).  BNU is a progressive new-wave university focused on delivering practical outcomes for business.  

We have:

Full funding under the special Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme. 

You will be:

One of two associates working on this project.  The second will have complementary IT skills.

Interested? 

To chat informally, call Gordon Hooker, our Knowledge Transfer Manager (01494 601618). 

To apply for this vacancy click "apply now" to send across your CV quoting job reference 10/2026.

Closing date:  Friday 11th June 2010. 

Initial interviews will take place w/c  21st June 2010.

Location: South East England, UK locations

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