Careers at BDRC
BDRC is always keen to hear from enthusiastic and dedicated research professionals. This applies to freelance researchers as well as permanent employees.
As well as exciting and stimulating research teams we offer the attractions of a central London location, handy for the watering holes of Covent Garden, retail therapy in the West End and theatres and clubs scattered city wide. We have an active social committee and a dedicated corporate social responsibility team, coordinating support for our two chosen charities, Coram (the children's charity) and Meeting Needs.
Many service companies wax lyrical about how they value their staff, their greatest asset, positive company culture, career development, blah blah blah. And you can expect all of these at BDRC. The proof? We have achieved Best Companies accreditation several times, determined by our staff, in recognition of our outstanding work practices and employee care. But the deciding factor only becomes apparent when you can see how you would work with us, discover what you can contribute uniquely and find out how you can help us make our clients even more delighted.
You won't find that out until you start to talk to us.
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LATEST JOB OPENINGS:
Graduate / Research Executive
On the Move Division: Travel & Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure
We are seeking candidates for graduate and Research Executive-level roles in our ‘On the Move’ division. The division comprises three inter-related, sector-specialist teams which work with clients across the Tourism, Leisure, Travel & Hospitality sectors. The successful candidates will be bright, creative and organised, with strong presentational skills and an aptitude
for analytics and new technology. The roles will offer an exciting opportunity to build experience and learn new skills, benefiting from BDRC’s outstanding training programmes. Read more here.
To get a feel for what life is like as a junior researcher at our company, read 'A Week in the Life of a Junior Researcher at BDRC'