About SAM-Sensory Dimensions
SAM-Sensory Dimensions is part of SAM, a global leader of sensory and consumer research, with 16 facilities in UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Morocco, China and the USA. The UK facilities are in Reading and Nottingham. We have a growing portfolio of contracts and ad-hoc projects with the world’s most famous FMCG and Retail brands.
SAM is committed to developing the talent of its team by investment, training and the creation of career opportunities.
We provide forward thinking, agile and innovative research solutions to help clients achieve their goals and aspirations. We do this by combining traditional and innovative techniques including: sensory evaluations by trained panels, quantitative consumer product evaluation, qualitative “Product Labs”, implicit approaches and voice enabled technology. All our research is under-pinned by best-in-class fieldwork, study design, data analyses, insight generation and engaging communication to clients.
Full time 36.25 hours per week. Permanent. Nottingham or Reading based with hybrid working and occasional travel between locations. Flexible working with some evening and occasional weekend work required.
At Sensory Dimensions we work with well known brands to help them develop and improve their products. This involves conducting research projects on a range of different product types with consumers from our expanding community of testers who evaluate products either at our facility or from their own homes.
This position leads the team responsible for the maintenance, growth and development of our consumer community, as well as leading the future strategy for the department.
This role will be based in UK.
Applicants should be proficient in MS Outlook, Word and Excel, and be adept at working with numbers.
Salary & Benefits
In addition to salary, we provide a package of benefits including a health cash plan, flexible working hours and 25 days holiday.
SAM-Sensory Dimensions is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Please send applications to Nicola Stendhurst at [email protected]