About the opportunity
My client is a business consultancy that specialises in Research & Development claims. The Technical Report Writer's role is varied and includes interviewing clients, identifying developments/enhancements within their business, extracting the necessary information and compiling a detailed report based on all the above.
This report will allow companies to claim tax credits on any research and development work they have undertaken and can make a considerable positive difference financially to their business.
The role involves communicating with and understanding the build and construction processes of a wide variety of customers- most of these customers are specialist contractors in the groundworks/rc frame industry. This therefore involves an adaptable person with effective communication and questioning skills, verbal written and presentation skills and the ability to analyse and find the information required for a successful claim.
The candidate should ideally have 5 years postgraduate experience with an underlying Engineering/Science base- ideally you will have worked as a Site Engineer or Site Manager and be looking for something different.
You will be based ta my client's head office in Hertfordshire but will regularly travel to meet customers and compile reports.
Skills and Experience Required
Minimum of 5 years postgraduate experience with an underlying Engineering/ Science base
Strong time management and prioritisation skills
Good communication skills both verbal and written
Ability to communicate effectively with multiple clients at different levels of seniority
Full training will be given in respect of the R&D framework, however good interpersonal and report writing skills are essential.
This is a great opportunity for someone already working as a Technical Report writer or for a candidate employed with a specialist construction contractor and looking for a change.
Please get in touch for further information on this and other opportunities that may suit your skills, experience and aspirations