London Research (Real Estate), Associate

London Research (Real Estate), Associate

We are happy to say that based on our long-term company growth we are looking for a new colleague - Commercial Real Estate Valuer. We seek a high-spirited personality interested in commercial property who will join our new valuation team. Please come talk to us if you have a positive attitude and would like to help us keep our clients happy and satisfied.

Contract Type Permanent
Employment Type Full-Time 
Working Requirements    Dynamic Working
Hours 9:00am to 5:30pm
Salary Competitive
Division Commercial 
Location 55 Baker Street


 

Knight Frank is looking to hire a London Research, Associate to work within the 28 strong Commercial Research function.

 

 

Scope

We are the world’s leading independent international property consultancy, headquartered in the UK, offering agency and professional advice across Commercial, Residential and Rural sectors. Established in 1896, Knight Frank now comprises a global network of over 20,000 people in over 600 Offices across 53 Territories. 

 

Responsibilities

 

Working within the 28 strong Commercial Research function, you will be responsible for delivering a broad range of market research and thought leadership covering the London office market from both an investment and occupational perspective. You will be responsible for delivering high-quality and insightful market research outputs to a set production timetable, while also ensuring that our clients and prospective clients are directly exposed to our market knowledge. You will be skilled at sourcing, managing and interpreting data, as well as creating narratives that go beyond the data to highlight implications for office market participants.  You will be a core contributor to The London Series – Knight Frank’s annual insight series on the London market and the associated London Breakfast. Key responsibilities for the role include:

 

  • Delivery of the core, quarterly London research outputs to required timescales and quality.
  • Co-ordination and upwards/downwards management of colleagues and stakeholders to ensure the above.
  • Generation of regular insights about the London market for articles, outputs, client engagement and greater social media (LinkedIn) presence.
  • Active contribution to The London Series.
  • Direct client engagement via market presentations (alongside or instead of the Head of London Research).
  • Delivery of time-sensitive ad-hoc requests from clients, internal stakeholders and press.
  • Delivery of internal market-briefings ahead of core London outputs going public.
  • Management of content flow for the Knight Frank Intelligence Lab and relevant Sharepoint sites.
  • Drawing on our data infrastructure, the wider research team and the London offices business to generate new insights and metrics to advance and evolve our London market reporting.
  • Leveraging/repurposing/applying research outputs from across the Commercial Research team and developing a London perspective.

 

Professional experience and personal skills profile

 

Qualifications/Education Required

 

  • Ideally 3-5 years’ experience in an analytical or market-research focused role
  • Degree qualified, with an analytical approach to completing assignments and strong attention to detail.
  • An interest in drawing conclusions from the analysis of data and an ability to articulate these in an accessible way.
  • An interest in working closely with the London offices team.
  • An interest in news, current affairs and how this links back to the London real estate market.

 

Particular Aptitudes/Skills Required

 

  • A team player who is approachable, enthusiastic, innovative and self-motivated, with a passion for excellence and strong commerciality.
  • A networker able to build rapport, develop relationships and gain trust with internal and external clients with both traditional and new ways of considering commercial real estate.
  • Creating compelling narratives through, verbal, visual, written and data means to communicate messages appropriately to different audiences.
  • Project management skills.
  • Curious, innovative and adaptable, with a passion for life- long learning and an ability to work with both traditional and ‘new’ style individuals and firms.
  • Innovative, with an ability to challenge the status quo and drive efficiency
  • Skilled at drawing key themes from data to construct an argument in a clear and logical way, including considering the UK and London in a global context
  • Able to present and otherwise communicate information in an engaging manner to audiences ranging from individuals in the London offices business, to small client groups and larger gatherings.
  • Ability to synthesize data and themes into succinct and relevant messages.
  • Excellent time management and the ability to prioritise tasks and work to tight deadlines.
  • Able to adapt to changing priorities as needed and concurrently manage a diverse range of projects.
  • Excellent English language oral and written skills.
  • Can communicate clearly and listen effectively.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage upwards and downwards to meet timescales and expectations.
  • Proficient in Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
  • Familiarity with packages such as Macrobond, RCA, MSCI, Power BI, Alteryx, Data Science or languages such as Python useful, but not essential.
  • Experience of data visualisation useful, but not essential.

 

#LI-ET1 #LI-Hybrid

 

 

Please note: this is a Direct Search led by Knight Frank. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted nor will fees be paid for unsolicited CVs, even if provided by PSL agencies.

 

Contract Type Permanent
Employment Type Full-Time 
Working Requirements    Dynamic Working
Hours 9:00am to 5:30pm
Salary Competitive
Division Commercial 
Location 55 Baker Street


 

Knight Frank is looking to hire a London Research, Associate to work within the 28 strong Commercial Research function.

 

 

Scope

We are the world’s leading independent international property consultancy, headquartered in the UK, offering agency and professional advice across Commercial, Residential and Rural sectors. Established in 1896, Knight Frank now comprises a global network of over 20,000 people in over 600 Offices across 53 Territories. 

 

Responsibilities

 

Working within the 28 strong Commercial Research function, you will be responsible for delivering a broad range of market research and thought leadership covering the London office market from both an investment and occupational perspective. You will be responsible for delivering high-quality and insightful market research outputs to a set production timetable, while also ensuring that our clients and prospective clients are directly exposed to our market knowledge. You will be skilled at sourcing, managing and interpreting data, as well as creating narratives that go beyond the data to highlight implications for office market participants.  You will be a core contributor to The London Series – Knight Frank’s annual insight series on the London market and the associated London Breakfast. Key responsibilities for the role include:

 

  • Delivery of the core, quarterly London research outputs to required timescales and quality.
  • Co-ordination and upwards/downwards management of colleagues and stakeholders to ensure the above.
  • Generation of regular insights about the London market for articles, outputs, client engagement and greater social media (LinkedIn) presence.
  • Active contribution to The London Series.
  • Direct client engagement via market presentations (alongside or instead of the Head of London Research).
  • Delivery of time-sensitive ad-hoc requests from clients, internal stakeholders and press.
  • Delivery of internal market-briefings ahead of core London outputs going public.
  • Management of content flow for the Knight Frank Intelligence Lab and relevant Sharepoint sites.
  • Drawing on our data infrastructure, the wider research team and the London offices business to generate new insights and metrics to advance and evolve our London market reporting.
  • Leveraging/repurposing/applying research outputs from across the Commercial Research team and developing a London perspective.

 

Professional experience and personal skills profile

 

Qualifications/Education Required

 

  • Ideally 3-5 years’ experience in an analytical or market-research focused role
  • Degree qualified, with an analytical approach to completing assignments and strong attention to detail.
  • An interest in drawing conclusions from the analysis of data and an ability to articulate these in an accessible way.
  • An interest in working closely with the London offices team.
  • An interest in news, current affairs and how this links back to the London real estate market.

 

Particular Aptitudes/Skills Required

 

  • A team player who is approachable, enthusiastic, innovative and self-motivated, with a passion for excellence and strong commerciality.
  • A networker able to build rapport, develop relationships and gain trust with internal and external clients with both traditional and new ways of considering commercial real estate.
  • Creating compelling narratives through, verbal, visual, written and data means to communicate messages appropriately to different audiences.
  • Project management skills.
  • Curious, innovative and adaptable, with a passion for life- long learning and an ability to work with both traditional and ‘new’ style individuals and firms.
  • Innovative, with an ability to challenge the status quo and drive efficiency
  • Skilled at drawing key themes from data to construct an argument in a clear and logical way, including considering the UK and London in a global context
  • Able to present and otherwise communicate information in an engaging manner to audiences ranging from individuals in the London offices business, to small client groups and larger gatherings.
  • Ability to synthesize data and themes into succinct and relevant messages.
  • Excellent time management and the ability to prioritise tasks and work to tight deadlines.
  • Able to adapt to changing priorities as needed and concurrently manage a diverse range of projects.
  • Excellent English language oral and written skills.
  • Can communicate clearly and listen effectively.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage upwards and downwards to meet timescales and expectations.
  • Proficient in Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
  • Familiarity with packages such as Macrobond, RCA, MSCI, Power BI, Alteryx, Data Science or languages such as Python useful, but not essential.
  • Experience of data visualisation useful, but not essential.

 

#LI-ET1 #LI-Hybrid

 

 

Please note: this is a Direct Search led by Knight Frank. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted nor will fees be paid for unsolicited CVs, even if provided by PSL agencies.