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We are the leading recruitment consultancy specialising in Knowledge and Information Management; Market Research; and Digital Marketing roles.
Our specialist consultants offer a seamless service across information and knowledge governance, records management, archiving and library services, data management including DPO and GDPR, market research, project management, insight, analytics, big data and digital marketing.
Founded in 1996 by Sue Hill, in 2013 the agency became part of Progility Group, working closely with our sister company TFPL.
- Market research
- Knowledge & information management
My Client is looking for a Senior Research Manager or Research Director for a maternity cover for approximately 12 months from early February 2020. The ideal candidate must have previous experience at working at this level and will join a small but busy team in central London.The role will involve all aspects of market research and will be hands-on. You will need to be ambitious and be keen to play a leading role in the development of the company. Leading and working on a range of different project types in different sectors. Market research experience is a must, ideally in the B2B space, with agency-side experience a significant advantage. This is a client facing role and the ability in new business and manage on-going client relationships is crucial.Seeking extensive experience on a range of different projects preferably including: Customer satisfaction/loyaltyBrand studiesCustomer segmentationMarket assessmentNew product/concept development Solid capabilities in the core research activities which make up the main elements of the role: Enquiry handling by phone or in personDesigning researchProposal writingPitchingDesigning questionnairesQualitative & Quantitative Data analysisConstructing presentationsPresentation skillsProject management skills To discuss this role in full then please contact mark on 0207 378 5476 or mark.leigh@suehill .com
My client is looking for a Quantitative Research Manager / Associate Director to join the company on a 9-month maternity cover starting in December 2019. The role would suit a candidate with knowledge of FMCG, retail and media sectors, looking to build their experience of managing core accounts and gain exposure to exciting research methods.The role:Working closely with the senior team of the business, there will be significant on-the-job training in the first month as the candidate familiarises themselves with the core accounts and clients point of difference.They are looking for a candidate that can grow into the role quickly, so the role is ideal for a candidate who has experience in managing key accounts independently, offering sound quantitative research advice and supporting the team in delivering insight projects to a very high standard.Their typical range of work includes mainly ad hoc work ranging from new product development, shopper research, category reviews to advertising effectiveness for some of the biggest household names in these sectors.Ideal candidate:My Client is looking for an experienced Research Manager or Associate Director who has a proven track record in key account management and a strong understanding of quantitative research methods that deliver innovative research solutions. The successful candidate will be highly client focused with excellent communication skills. It is also important that the candidate has previous experience in working with and inspiring more junior members of staff to ensure that the day-to-day management of projects is run effectively and that outputs are compelling and tailored towards our clients’ needs.While the role will be supported by junior execs, the small team size means that it is also important that the candidate is happy to pitch in to do everyday research tasks.To discuss this role in full then please contact mark on 0207 378 5476 or mark.leigh@suehill .com
My client a research franchise is recruiting for a Global Adverse Event and Compliance Manager, providing strategic consultant services for global pharmaceutical clients and successfully supported the development, launch and marketing of many pharmaceutical brands.The purpose of the role is maintenance and adherence to policies and SOPs; ensure business units are complaint with all relevant country specific legislation, including GDPR, all professional codes of conduct/practice, rules and regulations of regulatory agencies and client-specific policies and procedures and provide project compliance support.Key Activities Will Include: Work with the Global AE and Compliance Manager and other key members in the team to ensure that appropriate standards, systems and procedures are developed and identified, documented and followed to maximise the quality of work performed in the team.Work with relevant individuals, third parties and client staff where appropriate, on issues related to standards, systems, procedures and working practices.Work with Global AE and Compliance Manager to create descriptions and summaries in Word, PowerPoint to document and communicate standards, systems, procedures and working practices to the team and clients if appropriate.Work with the Global AE and Compliance Manager and Group compliance team to prepare for internal and client audits.Work with the Global AE and Compliance Manager and other key members of the team to investigate irregularities and non-compliance issues.Work with senior team members in preparing responses to Requests for Information received from clients relating to the groups Standard Office Procedures (SOPs), business systems and methods of working.Work with Global AE and Compliance Manager in ensuring compliance of the group in relation to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other relevant legislation in all activities.Work with the Global AE and Compliance Manager in working with the group compliance and IT teams to ensure relevant processes and procedures are implemented and followed. Work with Global AE and Compliance Manager in the development and maintenance of new and existing Standard Office Procedures (SOPs).Work with Global AE and Compliance Manager and Operations in performing due diligence assessments on key existing and future suppliers and vendors.Work with Global AE and Compliance Manager in reviewing supplier contracts to ensure appropriate contract language is included Quality ManagementResponsible for the maintenance of the quality manual and standard operating procedures required for ISO 20252 certification, as well as client-driven audits.Translate Group high level policies into detailed best practice within the Research Franchise, for approval by Senior Staff.AuditsProvide support for regular audits against internal standard operating procedures (SOP) and industry standards to meet regulatory and client-specific requirements, including maintaining documentation and records.Project ComplianceProvide Adverse Event Reporting project and client-level support Ensure AEs are correctly identified and reported in accordance with client specifications and market research codes of conduct Ensure staff and subcontractors are trained to correctly identify AEs according to standards and client-specific proceduresLiaise with clients’ drug safety departmentsEnsure that records are maintained for possible audits (i.e., training logs, AE reports, reconciliations, etc.)Assist with the completion and timely filing of reports required by pharmaceutical companies Ensure compliance with all specific client AE documentation and regulationsClient Risk AssessmentsCoordinate with relevant departments to ensure efficient completion of Client Risk Assessments, including completing any company-specific information associated with day-to-day practice in market research.Security Evaluation CoordinationEnsure third party security evaluations are completed for all subscription services and tools used to support the market research process, by coordinating with the relevant parties.Ethical and Legal Provide support on ethical and legal responsibilities when conducting market research. Help implement processes and procedures to meet legal, regulatory and client-specific requirementsReview compliance-related aspects of agreements with clients, regulatory guidelines and updates and interpret and communicate information Data PrivacyMust be conversant with global data privacy requirements (GDPR specifically) and specific client privacy requirements, ensuring all client requirements are adhered to and communicated throughout the company.Bachelor’s Degree plus 3-5 years of quality system/compliance/operations experience
This is an amazing opportunity to join the fastest growing practice in one of the leading specialist pharmaceutical global research agencies.My client is looking to recruit a Research Manager - Quant to manage the day to day tasks of Quantitative projects form proposal to final presentation.The perfect candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a Market Research agency with a focus on pharmaceutical. A strong knowledge of market research methodologies and good understanding of pharma and healthcare industries. The role will involve frequent international and domestic travel.Accountabilities and responsibilities: Together with the Project Team, deliver projects on time, within budget and to client satisfaction.Participate in discussions regarding the purchasing and selection of service suppliers and freelancers.Manage all project resources including staff, freelancers and costs.Develop and maintain good communication with the client from briefing meeting to debrief and final report.Decide on the approach and methodologies in order to fully meet the client's requirements.Write the proposal for the client, involving others as necessary, and responsible for delivering the final proposal to the client.Set up and decide on projects in terms of costings, resourcing, and decide with Field on supply costs and choice of supplier.Brief agencies and freelancers, ensuring adequate control remains with the company.Write and deliver final questionnaires utilising input from the team where necessary.Write final DP specification and code frame and ensure tables are set out appropriately and accurately.Direct the analysis of the project data and run the "brain bash", ensuring that all objectives are fulfilled by the research.Write and deliver the debrief document and final presentation ensuring that the team contribute when necessary, both for client satisfaction and staff development.Present the final results to the client using relevant members of the team but maintaining accountability for the content and presentation.Ensure that all outputs delivered to the client from the project are of the highest standards within the constraints of deadlines and budgets. Key skills: Decision making: Make daily decisions on methodologies needed to deliver client brief, suppliers for fieldwork, recruitment criteria, questionnaire design and recommendations to the client. This is a consultant role where you will be expected to make all decisions concerning the management of a project and refer on only when no further options are available, or diplomacy has been exhausted.Cross-functional working: Daily, frequent contact with other employees, clients and suppliers, providing advice and consultancy on all aspects of projects, influencing and negotiating.Complexity: Involves both creativity and a methodical approach. Creative input to the proposal and the final presentation of results is very important. Multi-country projects, especially quantitative projects are more methodical as results need to be comparable across all centres.People Management: No direct responsibility for staff, except on a project basis. Responsible for providing input to inform the appraisal of staff who have worked on projects.Planning: Mainly autonomous so deadlines are largely self-imposed. Requires project management and planning skills. Takes a long-term view of the Company's plans as well as project plans. Responsible for all plans associated with own projects. Projects can last from 2 weeks to 1 year. To discuss this interesting role in full then please contact mark on 0207 378 5476 or mark.leigh@suehill .com
Interesting role for a Dualist (Qual & Quant) Senior Research Executive with a keen interest in digital research tools/running communities as you will be involved in the running and development of their online research platform.My client is an international strategic insight agency who work on a full range of quant and qual approaches in a wide range of sectors (including financial services, energy, professional services, tech, telecoms and media, sports and public). With a very experienced team the company is know in the industry for their creativity, strength and depth of their thinking, with a client list they are very proud of. Approximately half their work is international.The role:Offering a career development opportunity for a bright ambitious (digital) research specialist to contribute to the growth of their digital research area. Looking for a strong candidate with 3+ years’ experience gained either client side or in a research agency. Helping to run/manage existing online communitiesManaging ad-hoc research projects (which may tie-in with online communities or be independent of them)Helping to win new projects by assisting with/writing proposals (including online communities and ad-hoc research)Test new tools, features and products developed for our online research platform (and provide ideas)Support in testing and launching new automated products Skills and attributes required: Experience of digital research tools (e.g. online research communities, online survey software, online qual)Confidence in managing projects from brief to design, fieldwork and analysis and reporting/presentations (with guidance and support from senior staff)Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and client-facing skillsInterest and experience in a wide range of sectors – among them, technology, telecoms, media, financial services, public sectorHighly numerate, with excellent Excel skillsKeen interest in technologyStrong attention to detailA can-do attitude and a drive to succeed - energetic, dynamic and ambitiousInterested in taking a significant role in the development and marketing of our online research platform To discuss this interesting and unusual role in full then please contact mark on 0207 378 5476 or mark.leigh@suehill .com
A leading global law firm has a new and exciting permanent role for a Compliance Officer to join their Compliance team in their London office. You will be communicating with colleagues across the organisation to develop an in depth understanding of the business and to anticipate client’s needs.The Compliance team provides support across the firm, from assisting with AML to client due diligence procedures. The role would suit candidates with a strong research background looking to move into a compliance role.As Compliance Officer your job role will include:Having superb online research skillsProviding advice and support for fee earners in the level and nature of due diligence required.Running and sending conflict check searches to fee earners for analysisDelivering presentations and trainingActing as a Representative for the Compliance Department promoting the services provided to the firm.Compiling statistics and assisting with compliance monitoring reviewsHaving excellent organisational, administrative and time management skills.Being a team player with excellent attention to detailHaving a forward thinking, original and confident approach.You will possess the ability to develop a good understanding of the work of the Compliance Team and to appreciate clients' compliance needs.Why you should applyThis is a great opportunity for a legal research professional educated to degree level. Training and development processes are in place to support you in the role. You must be eager to work in a professional and corporate law firm, with the confidence to deal directly with users and have strong communication skills.If you would like to find out more about this job vacancy, then please call Kathy Thistlethwaite on 0207 378 5473 or email your details to email@example.com
Information Services Officer – London - PermanentThis is a great role to provide legal research, but also additional support to Business Development colleagues as the firm implements new business plans focusing on strategic areas of growth.As well as providing general legal research support, this role will have specific responsibility for supporting business development activities by researching and creating analysis in relation to the firm’s clients, key industry and business areas, targets, and competitors, in line with the firmwide business development strategy.As Information Services Officer your job role will include: Providing in-depth business and legal researchBeing experienced in using Lexis Library m Westlaw & Practical Law and general online databases search methods are essential.Having professional and commercial awarenessWorking to tight deadlinesBeing educated to degree level or equivalentAssisting the Research Manager with statistical reports on usage of research servicesDeveloping and maintaining relationships with key stakeholdersHaving excellent Microsoft Office skillsDeveloping and delivering presentations and trainingBeing a team player and having a superb customer service ethosTravelling to regional offices for training and project workSetting up and advising on current awareness servicesHaving excellent organisational, administrative and time management skills.Assisting with new business projectsHaving a forward thinking, original and confident approachHaving a CILIP or The British and Irish Association of Law Librarians membership You will possess the ability to develop a good understanding of the work of the Research and Information Services team and to appreciate clients' research needs. Why you should apply This is a great opportunity for a library and research professional, educated to degree level, who is experienced in working in research in a commercial environment. You must be keen to work in a professional and corporate law firm, with the confidence to deal directly with users and have strong communication skills. If you would like to find out more about this job vacancy, then please call Kathy Thistlethwaite on 0207 378 5473 or email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
A leading law firm has an exciting new FTC job opportunity for a Research Services Manager/Business Intelligence Manager, based in London.Within the Knowledge and Business Intelligence Research function, you will manage a small team across 2 locations, supervising operations on a day to day basis and overseeing the provision of information resources and business research.Key job responsibilities will include: overseeing the Business Intelligence and Research offering, including both business research enquiries as well as more in depth strategic research and research reports, to support the lawyers and business developmentmanaging the team, developing the team to provide a proactive and client driven servicebudget management, managing procurement and renewals, vendor managementad hoc project work Key job and person specifications include: A Research background, ideally in a similar role within a professional services firmLeadership skills – working proactively and by example to motivate members of the teamExperienced team manager who is engaged and can develop peopleProactive approach to client serviceThe ability to raise the profile of the business intelligence and research team, and to build its reputationExcellent communication skills including the ability to work with senior people across the firmVendor/supplier management experience This is a newly created, FTC job based in London, affording the chance to help shape and develop a newly created team.To be considered for this and other managerial roles in Business Information and Intelligence/Research, please apply with your CV to email@example.com
Part Time Librarian – 7 Month Contract – 20 hours per weekNorth West London£28,974.75 pro rata3 days a week (Flexible)January 2020 startAbout the companyOur client is a top independent day school for students aged 4-18. They are seeking a Part Time Librarian on a 7-month contract, working 20 hours a week across 3 days. Reporting directly to the Head Librarian, you will an integral member of the team, working across a varied workload.What you’ll be doingWorking within a team consisting of 2 other professionals and 2 administrative staff, a part time Archivist and volunteers, there is considerable potential for the individual to use his/her own initiative, interests and skills.Key tasks: Encouraging scholarship and independent learning by providing access to academic resourcesDeveloping literacy and research skills in pupils, including the teaching of study skillsEncouraging a passion for readingAssisting in the smooth day to day running of the library, including the circulation of stock and the organisation of materialsEnsuring the smooth running and maintenance of the LMS (Heritage Cirqa)Procuring and promoting digital resourcesLiaising with selected subject departmentsAssisting with the maintenance and use of the Archive, including cataloguing materials and answering enquiriesTraining in archive skills will be given where necessary Why you’ll be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require: Relevant professional or postgraduate qualificationEducated to degree level or equivalent experienceExperience of working within a school library highly advantageousProactive approach to work with a keen interest in inspiring and motivating young peopleTeam playerExcellent communication skillsOrganised with strong attention to detailFlexible and approachable Why you should applyThis is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced librarian to join a fantastic schoolIf you are interested in learning more: Please get in touch on 020 7378 5468 or 020 7378 5459 on Ioanna.firstname.lastname@example.org or Daniel. email@example.com
Document Automation Manager – Global Law Firm – Manchester We are working with a highly regarded international law firm, a market leader well known for its innovation within its legal and technology areas. A new job opportunity has arisen to join the central knowledge function as Document Automation Manager, to deliver KM systems services to an internal audience, and support the delivery of selected services to clients. This Document Automation Manager role will focus primarily on managing the delivery of Document Automation services using Contract Express to automate internal and client facing documents. This role will also include being responsible for the line management of a growing team of legal knowledge engineers. It will also include delivering services in other areas and being involved in projects to develop innovative new systems and services Key tasks will include: Having a general interest in legal technology and solid knowledge of Office, SharePoint and Document Management Systems Travelling regularly to the London & UK offices with occasional international travelHaving solid Contract Express experience – 5-7 years’ experience is desirableBeing enthusiastic to develop document automation to the next level to build bigger solutions – leading the way.Having knowledge of new products/suppliers in the market – e.g. kieraManaging a team ideally across multiple locationsHaving excellent attention to detailWorking with the innovation team to organise data analysisBeing confident in presenting internally to senior stakeholdersEnsuring all templates adhere to the firm’s consistent approach to automationMaintaining existing automated documentsParticipating in KM systems projects - designing a new training programme, along with delivering part of it. You should have strong team management and solid Contract Express software experience ideally gained within a law firm or global environment. On offer is the opportunity to work with a high-energy team focused on delivering on an exciting KM strategy and you will also be able to lead the way with a wide range of KM systems services and projects. You should have demonstable technical systems aptitude, strong communication and great client service skills. This role would suit an experienced Document Automation Professional with the desire to transform the direction of document automation firm-wide. This role will be a superb opportunity to further develop skills which are in high demand across the legal industry. If you would like to discuss this job role in more detail, please apply with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
A company in the media sector currently has a great job opportunity for an Archivist. The position is offered on a 2 year Fixed Term contract basis and will be based in their Belfast office. What you’ll be doing The Archivist will manage the collection, ensure the ability to respond efficiently and effectively to internal requests about the archive; catalogue new entries to the collection, and work to enhance existing metadata. You will advise on digital preservation considerations and collection management procedures.Who you are The successful candidate will possess a post-graduate qualification in Archives Management and relevant experience including: - experience in preservation and an understanding of digital preservation and digitisation- experience of digital collection management and collection development- an understanding of copyright and intellectual property rights- competence in archive cataloguing This job would suit someone who: - is methodical and organised, - possesses strong project management skills, - is IT literate - is a good team player, who is flexible and has strong interpersonal skills - has strong communication skills What’s in it for me This is a great job opportunity to work in a unique environment which offers a varied and interesting collection to work with. You will work in tandem with a colleague who has a good understanding of the archive. This position is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and is available on a 2 year Fixed Term contract basis. To be considered for this and similar Archives job vacancies please apply with your CV and brief supporting statement to email@example.com
A leading consultancy has a permanent job opportunity for an Information Specialist with knowledge and experience of Life Sciences. This is a great development opportunity to build on your Life Sciences/Pharmaceutical/Biotech knowledge by developing your research and information career, with a clear mandate to service a key sector in the firm and become to be their trusted information advisor.You will join a small team in London, providing information research services and advice with key job responsibilities including:- Acting as a focus for Life Sciences research as well as also supporting the other industry sectors across the firm- Relationship building- Helping consultants find critical information, including using specialist research and information- Delivering training on and promoting awareness of the available data sources and broader research best practices- Creating research guides and other training materials for using different media (videos, PowerPoint, SharePoint, etc.) Key job responsibilities include: An enthusiasm for supporting and enabling staff to undertake their own researchThe ability to deliver commercial insight through application of research methodologies to complex problemsExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsExperienced researcher who can undertake targeted research tasks across a broad range of potential sourcesExperience working in the information/research function of a professional services firm or alternatively in a life sciences/biotech/pharmaceutical organisationHands-on experience of using some of the life sciences research toolsIdeally, possessing familiarity with using a range of online business research databasesExperience of working with Sharepoint would be a bonus To be considered for this and similar Research and Information job vacancies please apply with your CV and a short career statement to firstname.lastname@example.org
An international law firm is currently seeking to recruit an Information Officer, based within their offices in central Birmingham.You will join a central Information team and assist in the provision of information and library services and resources by undertaking business, company and legal research as well as carrying out a range of library & administrative tasks. Key job responsibilities will include:· Undertake legal research on behalf of fee-earners using a range of specialist hard copy and online legal information resources;· Support the provision of business and sector intelligence including the supply of press articles and company reports;· Supply company information and documents using online company information resources· Assist with the provision and development of the current awareness and horizon scanning services· Assist with the updating and development of intranet pages (SharePoint)· Support the effective use and maintenance of a wide range of materials, including acquisitions, subscriptions and renewals, cataloguing and catalogue maintenance;· Carry out records management duties including maintaining the library management system, other databases and records; Key person specification and job requirements:Applicants should possess a Library and Information qualification or similar such as Information studies, Knowledge management, Records Management or Archives degree.Your qualification will have given you an understanding of how information is structured and you should be intent on developing a career in this area.Any subject specific knowledge or experience in a law or business or professional services firm would be a bonus.Also desirable:Research skills; Ability to assist users in finding the information they need;Knowledge of a wide range of materials, including books, journals and online resources; Competent IT and information searching skills; Basic cataloguing and classification skills;Strong verbal and written communication skills; Ability to work accurately with attention to detail. This permanent position is a great development opportunity to begin or develop your career in Information. To be considered for this and similar junior library and information management job vacancies please apply with your CV to email@example.com
CataloguerPart Time Contract until 31st July 2020 (22 hours a week)Full Time Contract for 5 months (35 hours a week)London£17.70 per hour Monday to Friday (Part Time hours offers flexible days)About the companyOur client is a centre for Art and Architecture who are now seeking a Cataloguer, on either a part-time or full-time contract basis to initially focus on addressing the cataloguing and classification backlog. This role reports directly to the Head of Library ServicesWhat you’ll be doingWhilst focussing on the back log, you will also catalogue and classify of new items and in stock material together with general library duties and responding to enquiriesCataloguing: Responsible for cataloguing documentationResponsible for editing the classification scheme.Monitoring the post-acquisitions workflow and shelves in order that new acquisitions are available to library users in an expedient and efficient manner.Collect and utilise the information from cataloguing statisticsCatalogue new acquisitions on the Library’s automated system (Aleph) according to Resource Description & Access (RDA)/ Anglo American Cataloguing Rules 2nd Edition (AACR2) and using the MARC21 formatProvide subject indexing for new acquisitions, using Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)Check authority terms against the pre-existing headings in Aleph indices and the Library of Congress name authority file, creating new authority terms where necessaryClassify new acquisitions according to the Library’s in-house classification scheme. User Support Participate in regular issue / enquiry desk dutiesResponsible for specific aspects of the user education programme, including induction tours, information retrieval training sessions and writing of leaflets and web guidesRespond to enquiries by telephone and email Library Support Participate in shared and routine daily duties including shelf-tidying, closed access collection and return, security and environmental checks. Why you’ll be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require: Educated to degree level or equivalent experienceRelevant professional or postgraduate qualificationSubstantial knowledge and practical experience of online cataloguing using RDA, AACR2 and MARC21Knowledge and experience of cataloguing multiple formats (Books, E-Books and Multimedia material)Understanding the structure of RDA and FRBR (Fundamental Requirements for Bibliographic Records)Knowledge and experience of original cataloguing and editing download recordsKnowledge of subject indexing using LCSHLanguage skills in one or more modern European or Arabic languages beneficial Why you should applyThis is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced cataloguer to join a fantastic organisationIf you are interested in learning more: Please get in touch on 020 7378 5468 or 020 7378 5459 on Ioanna.firstname.lastname@example.org or Daniel. email@example.com
Head of Knowledge and Information Management2-year Fixed Term Contract London£52,064Monday to FridayFlexible workingAbout the companyOur client is a UK government department responsible for affairs both here and overseas. They are now seeking to recruit a Head of Knowledge and Information Management to both manage the team and take the lead on a digital transformation project. This is a high-profile role that offers opportunities to work with a range of senior officials in supporting both the departments KIM agenda and wider business objectives.What you’ll be doingThe role stretches across a range of disciplines which include Information Technology, Information Management, Information Assurance & Security and Project ManagementThis is a challenging and exciting opportunity for a KIM professional with good judgement, strong leadership skills, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to manage conflicting priorities.You will be responsible for developing strategic and policy leadership for KIM across the department whilst also delivering a programme for Information Management and Digital continuity. Management of information assets across a range of mediums, including a significant paper archive, content of Google Drives, Content Manager (CM9), ROSA and other systemsDeveloping and providing policy advice, including to the senior management team to support excellent information managementSupporting the Legacy casework team through access to historic recordsManaging and protecting sensitive information in line with legislationProviding oversight of the annual public release programme to The National Archives (TNA) and the Public Record OfficeOverseeing the development of a digital transfer scheme with TNALeading a Shared Service for FOI Case ManagementSupporting compliance with the General Data Protection RegulationLeading a team of staff across a variety of information management responsibilitiesTravel to other offices Why you’ll be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require: Depth of experience in an information management role including high level experience in digital content managementA minimum of 2 years’ experience in a leadership roleKnowledge of political history or some experience of dealing with political sensitivities would be beneficial but not essentialExperience in project or change management processesExcellent written and oral communications skills and a proven ability to build effective networks Applicants must be cleared to Developed Vetting (DV) level or be prepared to undergo security clearance to this levelWhy you should applyThis is a fantastic opportunity for someone to lead from the front across a range of disciplinesIf you are interested in learning more: Please get in touch on 020 7378 5468 or 020 7378 5459 on Ioanna.firstname.lastname@example.org or Daniel.email@example.com
A respected law firm has an FTC job opportunity for a Knowledge and Information Assistant in Finance & Capital Markets. The ideal candidate will be a keen BA or Information Science degree holder with a good working knowledge of MS Office. This role is an ideal opportunity for a graduate who has the desire and ambition to move into the information field and progress. You will have a strong team working approach and be confident in communicating with internal and external stakeholders at all levels. You will seek to pro-actively build and develop relationships to compile and promote awareness of information resources firm-wide. An exciting full-time FTC opportunity has arisen to join the law firm’s Finance & Capital Markets Information Services team. The team plays a vital role in ensuring their lawyers have access to the right information at the right time. The team manages an extensive range of printed and online legal and business information resources supporting the firm’s global knowledge and business development strategies. As Assistant Knowledge and Information Assistant your job role will include: Sourcing and writing content for current awarenessHandling enquiriesPromoting what resources are available to raise awareness of the departmentAssisting and managing projectsHaving a good working knowledge of MS OfficeAssisting with the maintenance and development of intranet pagesMaintaining, developing and supplying information resourcesAssisting with and managing projectsTraining clients so they have the expertise to research effectivelyIdeally having experience of online research is desirableHaving excellent organisational, administrative and time management skills.Identifying ad-hoc or small projects to develop team servicesHaving a forward thinking, original and confident approach You will possess the ability to develop a good understanding of the work of the Finance & Capital Markets Information Services team and to appreciate clients' information needs. This is a great job opportunity for a BA or Information Science graduate who will gain valuable marketable skills to further develop their career. If you would like to find out more about this or other job vacancies, then please call Kathy Thistlethwaite on 0207 378 5473 or email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Information Governance Officer4-month contract London£45, 020Monday to Friday36.25 hours a weekAbout the companyOur client is a network of charities throughout the UK, that assist with advice and information to the general public ensuring that their consumer rights are upheld. They are now seeking to recruit a Senior Information Governance Officer with experience of supporting the design and delivery of good data protection practice. You will be joining an established team of 6 and work to create a culture of shared responsibility for privacy risk management.What you’ll be doingYou will lead on developing and supporting organisational policies and processes that ensuring the organisation complies with data protection law and good information management practice. You will also lead on or support workstreams at a senior level to sustain compliance with General Data Protection regulation, DPA 2018 in order to meet business objectives. To assist the creation of team plans; standards; guidance; and procedures covering all areas of the business and to integrate these into business functions.Provide senior support in managing Information Governance knowledge and best practice, being up to date with ICO guidance, case law and other sources, such as the EU Data Protection Board and EU Commission.To take a lead on specific elements, as delegated by the Information Governance Manager or Business Change Manager, for implementation of a service wide Information Governance Strategy and its associated plans, ensuring engagement with key internal and external stakeholders.To support the implementation, delivery and embedding of Data Protection Impact Assessments (where appropriate) and to give advice on the privacy risks of projects and change, including memoranda of understanding; data sharing agreements; and data protection clauses in contracts.To provide senior support for the team in the creation of appropriate Information Governance training materials for stakeholders within the organisation.To provide senior support for the team in planning and implementing communications to ensure that all stakeholders are aware of their current obligations, including organisation plans and the membership requirements, in relation to Information Governance and of changes such as the introduction of the GDPR and the DPA 2018.Work closely with colleagues to promote the benefits of Information Governance and the ownership of privacy risks.To provide senior expert advice on Information Governance queries from teams within the organisation, escalating to senior colleagues where appropriate.To assist the team in the implementation and improvement of incident reporting and breach handling policies to ensure that potential risks are identified and mitigated.Where appropriate to escalate incidents to senior colleagues and lead on breach handling.To support the policies, guidance and process relating to the creation of an information asset register.To proactively identify, record and escalate Information Risks. Why you’ll be hiredTo be considered for this role you will require: Educated to degree level or equivalent experienceQualifications in or proven ability to apply GDPR and DPA 2018 to meet business objectivesExperience of designing and delivering Data Protection, Information Governance and Information Assurance to meet business objectivesDetailed knowledge and understanding of practical consequences of the GDPR and DPA 2018Detailed knowledge of privacy and data protection legislationKnowledge of Information Security Management principlesKnowledge and experience of applying Information Security standards, in particular ISO27001Project management experience with the ability to work within a project contextExperience of Agile working methodologiesAbility to communicate effectively in a variety of formats across all levels within the businessProven IT abilityWillingness to travel within the UK and occasionally to work unsocial hours to meet deadlines Why you should applyThis is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced individual to join an established team that provide extensive assistance to the publicIf you are interested in learning more: Please get in touch on 020 7378 5468 or 020 7378 5459 on Ioanna.email@example.com or Daniel. firstname.lastname@example.org
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You were all so incredibly welcoming and professional from the minute I met you. I cannot thank you enough not only for your ongoing hard efforts but for your fantastic support and advice. I have no hesitation in recommending your service.
Once again, a huge thank you.
I am extremely happy with the service provided by Sue Hill Recruitment. Soon after an initial registration meeting, they were able to arrange two interviews for great positions and assisted me each step of the way. I was fortunate enough to be offered both positions and started within a week of accepting the opportunities.
Everyone I spoke to was communicative and responsive and made the whole process so easy for me.
I have been registered with Sue Hill for years (but may have expired for periods without my noticing). Unfortunately, vacancies have been almost always in London, or in the furthest part of London for a reasonable commute as I live in East Hampshire about 50 miles/1 hour 10 mins from Waterloo. So, I was delighted when Daniel contacted me about a University of Winchester contract which I am currently employed on, and the application was speedily conducted by Daniel who kept in touch throughout the process of interview etc.
I have worked as a library assistant with Sue Hill for three years now across London, in a variety of prestigious posts in higher education. The service Sue Hill provides is excellent in terms of both understanding my personal motivations and targets, and in terms of my skills and professional development. Sue Hill enhances a flexible working environment, direct and pleasant communication and control over the timetable and weekly pay, as well as, the necessary support in financial matters. Furthermore, it allows the opportunity to further progress from a temporary contract to a permanent one with the client company -as has been my case with one of my assignments-. Sue Hill's service is essential in our professional fast paced times, especially since many of us require more than one job to make it through. I am thankful to my colleague who suggested the service to me back in 2015. I haven't looked back ever since.
Dr Michelangelo Paganopoulos
Working with Sue Hill has been very good!
The team is very friendly and helpful when a problem occurs. I have been able to find placements in libraries through Sue Hill!
I joined Suehill Recruitment in November when I was made redundant.
I spoke to Ioanna and have also dealt with Daniel who has helped me find suitable work. I had an initial interview for a position and both the organisation and I felt the job wasn’t suitable. I was then put forward for another position but was unsuccessful. Ioanna was so helpful and kind towards me and provided constructive feedback from my interview and told me I would find something more suitable.
In January I was put forward for a role at UCL Library and was successful in securing the contract position. I have now been working here for 5 months and I am really enjoying working there. The staff are all really friendly and helpful and I am really expanding my experience and knowledge. I think Sue Hill are a fantastic agency to have contact with when you are looking for work within the library sector.
Ioanna is especially kind especially if you don’t succeed in an interview.
I decided to register with Sue Hill early last year after deciding to move on from a post I had been in for a number of years. I had a very helpful initial meeting where I explained my employment history and the type of role I was looking for.
Sue Hill always an interesting range of posts in a variety of fields which made them a good agency to be registered with.
I found the staff very helpful and friendly whenever I contacted them about a relevant advertised post. They would always explain the process by which I could apply. They were always prompt in responding to any enquiries. They were also re-assuring and supportive when I went for a role. The recruiter is very approachable and friendly which helped put me at ease about applying for roles
Last summer a post in an academic library became available. It was almost exactly the type of role I had been looking. I contacted Sue Hill to ask to be considered for the role. The recruiter matched my experience and skills to the post. After suggesting a small update to my CV, they put me forward for the role. They briefed me about the employer and what the role would involve.
I was offered and interview and given fuller information about the role. I was able to prepare fully for the interview based on this information. The recruiter supported me through the interview process.
I went to the interview and the information I was given proved essential in my ability to prove my suitability for the role and that I understood what would be required of me.
The following morning to my great delight the recruiter called me to offer me the role. They made sure I got confirmation of the job offer and arranged my starting date and contract within a couple of days and answered all my remaining questions about the role. I began the role within a fortnight of the offer and the recruiter made sure I was happy in my new role
I have now been in my post for a few months and am enjoying it greatly. Sue Hill ensures I am paid promptly and answer any questions I have regarding issues such as leave.
I very much recommend Sue Hill
Sue Hill Recruitment have provided me with a first class service when I have been looking for work
They have always answered any queries very quickly, so I always felt supported. Strong communication meant I was always updated feedback during any of my interviews and I was lucky enough to secure a fantastic position at Boston University via their services
Daniel and Ioanna were friendly, caring and informative and I can't recommend their services enough.
The system used to populate and manage timesheets is very clear and easy to use and understand.
I am very much pleased with Ioanna Fytilopoulou from Sue Hill recruitment agency for finding me the right job.
The job conditions and the time of work suit with my current circumstances. Within a day of my registration meeting, she put me forward for an interview and then after called me to see how the interview went. I was very happy with the advice and service I received and have no hesitation to recommend Sue Hill Recruitment to anyone who is looking to secure a new role or even a career change.
Thank you for all your support.
Meaza T Abrahaley-M.
We have used Sue Hill to recruit part-time library assistants in our small but busy library for many years and have found them to be invaluable. They have found us a sequence of great candidates and been able to react swiftly to make finding a replacement easy for me, each time one of our assistants moves on!"
Alice Tyrell - Director for Academic Programs & Librarian - University of Notre Dame (USA)
I have been using the services of Sue Hill Recruitment to fill temporary positions within my team for almost two years. My colleagues and I have been consistently impressed with the quality of the suggested candidates, some of whom have gone on to secure full-time roles with us. The support provided to me by the Sue Hill team during the recruitment process and to our Sue Hill-contracted employees when in post has also been unfailingly responsive and pleasant. I would not hesitate to recommend Sue Hill Recruitment to colleagues in the library sector who are looking to fill positions.
Dominic Allington-Smith - Open Access Publications Manager - University College London
Daniel kindly arranged for Miguel to catalogue my collection of fly-fishing books. I can’t tell you how impressed I am by what he has done. I must add that he is an exceedingly pleasant young man who took great pains to show me what he was doing as he went along, and to patiently explain how to use the material now downloaded into my PC.
I am really most grateful to Daniel for arranging all this and must warmly recommend his services for others. In fact, I will be in touch again shortly to ask if Miguel can come again to do the same job for other parts of my book collection.
Richard Rondel - Private Client
Having secured my position at Boston University through Sue Hill, I have since used their services when I have required temporary cover for my Library Assistants and most recently the recruitment of a Deputy Librarian.
Again they provided strong, quick and informative responses to all of my queries and it is clear that they strive build a relationship with their clients and understand their needs and the kind of candidates that best suit the working environment.
It’s great, and very reassuring, that I have a named contact I can approach directly, and I feel I can approach them at any point and ask all and any
questions I need to.
David Crossinggum - Librarian - Boston University
I approached Sue Hill Recruitment about filling a temporary Library Assistant vacancy within our highly specialised academic library.
The consultants were extremely helpful, responsive and thorough from the first communication.
They both visited our library to better understand our requirements and to discuss face to face the role we needed to fill.
The quality of the candidates submitted and interviewed was extraordinarily high, and we soon had a wonderful candidate in post who was an excellent fit within our team.
My experience of working with Sue Hill Recruitment has been overwhelmingly positive and I cannot recommend them enough for their services.
Morgan Bailas-Ferry - Library Manager - Fashion Retail Academy