Three graduates have joined the DJS Research team!

2nd September 2015 16:50

Yesterday three graduates started their new careers as Junior Research Executives at DJS Research, following their successful applications to our Three graduates have joined the DJS Research team!graduate scheme.

Ben Stern, who graduated from Newcastle University; Charlotte Cochrane, of Loughborough University; and Irina Dimitriade of the University of Amsterdam, all impressed our senior researchers during the interview process, and subsequently secured themselves a job with one of the UK’s fastest growing market research agencies!

Our new Junior Research Executives will be involved in live research projects right from the start, as well as undertaking their graduate training programme. They’ll be working on projects across a wide range of sectors such as; industrial, charity, utilities, retail, health, and education.

Kate Slater, who spearheads our graduate training programme, said:

“Developing young researchers has always been key to DJS Research’s growth strategy and we’re really excited to have three talented new graduates joining us. The DJS Research graduate training scheme provides an excellent balance of training courses and hands-on experience to prepare them for their role in the research teams.”

It’s important to us that our graduates get their first experiences of research in a real business context. The research brief that we are giving our graduates to work on will produce results that will have a real impact on DJS Research as a business and we hope that they will see the outcome of their efforts throughout the business over the coming months.”

As a company, we believe in developing our team, which is why we provide frequent in-house and on the job training. Further to this, we encourage our Junior Research Executives to study towards the MRS Advanced Certificate in Market and Social Research Practice and we provide relevant training and support to help those studying towards the qualification.

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