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We are currently recruiting for a number of roles including: 

  • Senior Consultant – Public engagement/social research
  • Consultant - Public engagement/social research
  • Project Support Staff - Casual/Temp work

Senior Consultant – Public engagement/social research

Salary estimate: £40,000 pa plus a pension contribution of 7% (employer contribution). Annual holiday entitlement is 38 days (including the usual public holidays).

Location: We have an office in London, but our staff are dispersed and live in cities and towns across the UK.

Contract: Permanent - Our full-time hours are 35 hours a week, we are fully equipped to support home office working and are happy to talk flexible/part-time working.

We’re looking to recruit a Senior Consultant (researcher) to join our growing team. A highly autonomous role, you will be responsible for the management and coordination of teams responsible for the full project cycle including the design of surveys, the processing and analysis of data and compiling data outputs into reports. You will be the first point of contact for clients and partners and responsible for ensuring your projects run on time and on budget.

Senior Consultants are also responsible for building and maintaining external partnerships and supporting senior colleagues with new business generation and writing proposals for winning new work.

Being part of the Traverse team is about variety. In the space of a month we can go from talking to patients about their experience of video appointments with a GP, to running a focus group with construction industry trainees about sexism, to riding in a self-driving car with a group of citizens to help them think about new traffic laws. The common thread is that we want to involve people in the decisions that affect their lives.

We are aware that many highly capable prospective candidates may rule themselves out of work of this kind because they underestimate their own ability to do the role. With this in mind, we strongly encourage applications from anyone who is prepared to learn and grow on the job and would like to stress that a degree and/or experience of working in research is not an essential requirement.

Interested? More details about us and the role can be found here: Recruitment Job Pack. There is also information on how to apply and who to contact if you have any questions. Please complete this Application Form if you are interested. Deadline – 26 March, but please note, we will be interviewing candidates on a rolling recruitment basis which means we may close the application process before the deadline. We look forward to hearing from you.


Consultant – Public engagement/social research

Salary: Estimated £30,000 pa plus a pension contribution of 7% (employer contribution). 

Location: We have an office in London, but our staff are dispersed and live in cities and towns across the UK.

Contract: Permanent - Our full-time hours are 35 hours a week, we are fully equipped to support home office working and are happy to talk flexible/part-time working.

We’re looking to recruit a Consultant (researcher) to join our growing team, responsible for the project management and delivery of a range of high quality, high impact projects on a broad portfolio of public engagement and social research topics.

The consultant role is challenging, and you’ll learn fast by working across a range of different sectors, using a range of different methodologies. You will have the opportunity to learn from practice experts. We are a collaborative and supportive team, passionate and enthusiastic about our work.

We are aware that many highly capable prospective candidates may rule themselves out of work of this kind because they underestimate their own ability to do the role. With this in mind, we strongly encourage applications from anyone who is prepared to learn and grow on the job and would like to stress that a degree and/or experience of working in research is not an essential requirement.

We are particularly interested in hearing from people who have recent experience in leading the project management of multiple geographically dispersed projects which includes the coordination of external events.

Being part of the Traverse team is about variety. In the space of a month we can go from talking to patients about their experience of video appointments with a GP, to running a focus group with construction industry trainees about sexism, to riding in a self-driving car with a group of citizens to help them think about new traffic laws. The common thread is that we want to involve people in the decisions that affect their lives.

Interested? More details about us and the role can be found here: Recruitment Job Pack. There is also information on how to apply and who to contact if you have any questions. Please complete this Application Form if you are interested. The deadline for applications is 8th March, but please note, we will be interviewing candidates on a rolling recruitment basis which means we may close the application process before the deadline.We look forward to hearing from you.


Response Unit – Project Support Staff: Casual/Temp work

Salary: Hourly rates of pay range from £10.85 - £16.85 per hour depending on complexity of tasks. Rates will be confirmed before an assignment commences, you are not obliged to accept the work we offer you but once you do accept, the expectation is that you will complete this work.

Location: Our office location is in central London although our staff are dispersed across the UK. We are fully equipped to support home working

Contract: Casual

We are looking looking for casual workers to support our staff in delivering large complex projects. 

The role of our casual project support staff sits within our Response Unit and supports our 30+ consultants. It’s an exciting opportunity for someone who is interested in being involved in projects which cover a range of sectors including infrastructure, local government, health & social care, voluntary sector and utilities.

Due to the nature of the work, we are not able to guarantee a starting date or offer a minimum level of work, this role would suit someone who is looking for a flexible role that can fit in with their other interests.

The support provided by the Response Unit covers a range of tasks and skills. We are looking for applicants who can assist on a combination of the tasks listed below:

  • Data entry
  • Assisting with workshop preparation
  • Audio transcription
  • Desk research
  • Proofreading
  • Qualitative data analysis
  • Quantitative data analysis
  • Note taking and event support
  • Conducting telephone interviews
  • Table facilitation at events
  • Report writing

Interested? More details about us and the role can be found here: Recruitment Pack.  Please complete our Application Form if you are interested in applying. We look forward to hearing from you.

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