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What's a reasonable salary for this role?

 
#1 What's a reasonable salary for this role?
01/03/2002 00:00

Don Leslie

One of my clients is a consultancy in the North of England. They've asked me to help recruit someone to set up an in-house market research and surveys function. Normally this isn't something I'd handle but hey, times are hard....

My problem is: what is the going rate for such a person? This firm pays its consultants about 2/3rds of the salary they'd make if they were London based. My contacts in London say someone with about 5 years MORI-type experience in market research should be making £55-60k, so I've been advertising the job at about 2/3rds that rate, ie £35-40k. There have been no takers so far, so I'm wondering if I have got the salary level completely wrong. Any ideas?

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#2 Re: What's a reasonable salary for this role?
01/03/2002 00:00

Brian Hunt

Sounds like a job that could be done partly via remote working - that might increase interest.

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#3 Setting up an in-house service
28/03/2002 00:00

Mike Sullivan

This sounds like something I might be interested in. Email me on info@marketvalues.co.uk and we can discuss

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