We're a truly international company, fourth largest in our industry and operating across 120 markets. An inclusive, innovative global FMCG business supported by over 27,500 employees. As we embrace a new era of growth, we are transforming. Our ways of working and culture are driven by a challenger mindset, constantly questioning the status quo. Our agility and entrepreneurial spirit, alongside award winning development programmes, enable innovation and success while creating exciting and rewarding career choices.
As we move forward, our customers will be at the heart of what we do, evolving to needs and expectations and committing to a more meaningful contribution to harm reduction by building a successful NGP business. Integral to our long-term success is our sustainability strategy, behaving responsibly and supporting our ambitions, all underpinned by high governance.
Encouraging inclusion at local levels and supporting a developing and robust diversity agenda globally, we’re fully committed to creating and maintaining an environment that celebrates and respects difference.
Imperial Brands PLC is committed to making a meaningful contribution to harm reduction by building a consumer-centric portfolio of potentially less harmful next generation products (NGPs) for adult smokers that would otherwise continue to smoke. We are seeking to recruit an innovative and experienced applied behavioural scientist who is passionate about the company’s mission and excited to apply behavioural science principles to the scientific substantiation of Imperial’s portfolio of potentially less harmful non-combustible products including heated tobacco, electronic nicotine delivery devices and oral nicotine pouches.
You will provide scientific and technical expertise in behavioural assessments and lead in the delivery of behavioural scientific research programs (pre and post market launch) within the department of Harm Reduction and Engagement to substantiate the harm reduction potential of our NGPs and support global regulatory submissions, engagement materials, and corporate positions. Working with external behavioural sciences suppliers and contract research organizations, the behavioural scientist will have experience co-developing and managing qualitative and quantitative research with external behavioural sciences suppliers and in the analysis, interpretation and compilation of evidence packages. The successful candidate will need to be detail oriented, self-directed, flexible, and have the ability to balance workload and project timelines to meet departmental and project goals coordinating timelines.
Key Skills & Experience
The following qualifications and experience are desirable but not essential
What We Offer
Competitive salary, bonus scheme, pension and 25 days holiday (with an additional 4 days on top to cover the Christmas period, and bank holidays), flexible working policy, corporate discounts, Health Cash Plan and other wellbeing initiatives.
Interested applicants should apply with their CV highlighting their suitability for the role.
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