Stakeholder Researcher

Job Heron
Bracknell, Berkshire, England
19 Jul 2017
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Stakeholder Research Officer / Stakeholder Researcher / Research Officer / Conference Producer / Conferences / Policy / Politics / Business / Third Sector / Current Affairs

Stakeholder Research Officer is needed for our client, a market leader in organising impartial, senior-level seminars on public policy. Their work enjoys considerable support from legislators, government, professional bodies, industry, the third sector and among interest groups. Their mission is to help policy makers make the best decisions.

They are currently recruiting for ambitious Stakeholder Researchers (SRO) to join their team, responsible for attendance and inclusivity at their conferences.

This role is based in their lively, friendly offices in Bracknell, Berkshire, with convenient rail and road links, and occasionally at conference locations.

They are looking for a proactive additions to the team whose task it will be to ensure their policy conferences are as inclusive as possible and no interested parties are left out of discussing important developments. Your work will directly shape the attendance of those involved in their events.

Duties include:

  • Researching which sectors are affected by upcoming policy and amending their marketing approach accordingly;
  • Directly managing the selection of invited delegates;
  • Making sure that all relevant parties are invited while at the same time not approaching irrelevant sectors for the subject matter;
  • Working on a range of conferences of varying sizes and topics;
  • Continuously expanding our potential audience and guiding our databasing department while expanding existing and exploring new sectors to include;
  • Building the Forum's external profile by ensuring our message is reaching the right audiences through different forms of traditional and social media.

This is a varied role in a fast-paced environment and the right candidate would be a strong multi-tasker and be able to prioritise their time.

The successful candidate will need:

  • An enquiring mind, intellectual resourcefulness, and proven ability to learn quickly about new areas in the worlds of politics, business, the third sector and current affairs;
  • Strong research skills;
  • Ability to work creatively and map the complex relationships between different points of view;
  • To be at ease with technology - you'll be working with a set of customised software tools to support the analysis and invitation list production you need to do; and
  • Excellent self-organisation and time management skills.

Working hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm, 1 hour lunch


  • Competitive salary offered
  • Free on-site secure car park
  • Be part of a growing team with plenty of career progression opportunities for the right candidates with six monthly performance/salary reviews.

Please forward your CV for immediate consideration.