Nucleus Research has been delivering ROI and TCO-focused investigative research since 2000, and we are the recognized leader in the quantitative analysis of technology.
We are a dog-friendly environment that provides a complete range of employee benefits including monthly and yearly bonuses, automatic 401K plan, and company trips. We are always seeking exceptional individuals to join our team, but you can’t apply. If you are interested in joining Nucleus, reach out to a current employee and have them submit your resume for consideration.
The Senior Research Analyst is a key member of the research team and is responsible for independently managing a market area and delivering insight and analysis for customers in that technology market. Working independently and with the support of the Director of Research, the Senior Research Analyst will deliver unique insight into a specific market area and develop written research with high impact content on a weekly basis.
The ideal candidate will build on prior educational and professional experiences while developing strong industry relationships that further the Nucleus brand. You will set the direction for a market area and act as the public voice of Nucleus in that market area.
This position is a senior level analyst position and requires 2-5 year’s industry experience, strong communication skills whether in person, on the phone or in writing as well as the discretion to work with key industry players. A network of industry contacts combined with exceptional investigative skills and the curiosity to continually learn new topics is a must.
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The Account Manager is the core member of the sales team responsible for managing all aspects of the client’s interaction with Nucleus Research. Working independently and with the support of the Vice President of Sales, the Account Manager will engage in ongoing interaction with clients to understand market dynamics and client needs, consult on how ROI research may address client challenges, and communicate to research on topics that may be of interest to clients and the market at large.
The ideal candidate will build on prior technology or research sales experiences while developing strong industry relationships that further the Nucleus brand. You will act as the internal advocate and consultant for a set of clients across a number of technology areas. Ultimately, the Account Manager will grow business by building successful, long-term client relationships.
This position requires 2-5 year’s sales experience, strong communication skills whether in person, on the phone or in writing as well as the discretion to work with key industry players. A network of industry contacts combined with exceptional sales skills is a must.