Stockport based market research agency, DJS Research, has welcomed eight new staff across its UK sites, including a new Associate Director and HR Manager.
Helen Menzies will join as Associate Director, and brings over a decade of experience in both qualitative and quantitative market research to the agency, which has offices in Stockport and Leeds. She has previous worked across sectors as diverse as finance and arts and culture. Her focus in her new role will be on delivering projects around customer experience, audience profiling and segmentation.
The Stockport market research agency has also announced the appointment of Lucy Pawson as the company’s first HR Manager. Lucy’s role at DJS Research will include traditional personnel and compliance elements, in combination with broader strategic objectives around employee experience and engagement.
Further appointments to the market research team at both Stockport And Leeds offices include Tanya Colbran, Jack Watson and Mike Desforges as Senior Research Executives.
In addition, DJS Research has welcomed three new junior members to the team. Saffron Goodwin and Francesca Barker have joined the research team as Junior Research Executives after previous roles within Operations and CATI.
There has also been an addition to the Field Team with Madeleine McGuire taking on the role of Junior Field Recruitment Executive.
Danny Sims, Managing Director of DJS Research said of the new appointments:
We’re really thrilled to add to our already strong team of researchers and operations staff. Bringing a wealth of experience across a variety of sectors and invaluable individual expertise, I know they’re looking forward to working with our clients on exciting new projects.
“In addition to research staff, we’re also delighted to welcome our first HR Manager, an appointment that is already proving an extremely positive step for the Company.
“I’d like to wish all of our new starters the best in their new roles.”
Image: L-R: Danny Sims, DJS Research MD, and new Associate Director Helen Menzies.