Quant Social Researcher; switch from commercial to social research projects, Melbourne

Flow Recruitment
Published
March 26, 2021
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Category
Job Type

Description

Our client is a formidable social market research consultancy who conduct strategically important research studies in support of public sector policy and programs.

They use evidenced-based approaches to inform government decision making and work with the full range of qualitative and quantitative research methods.

This Quant Social Researcher role will sit in the Disability Services Research Division; a centre of excellence tasked with executing projects covering strategic impact, evaluation and measurement frameworks, customer feedback, staff engagement and business intelligence.

We need an experienced, self-sufficient quant Researcher (3+ years) who is proficient with quant design, analysis and reporting.  You will ideally have a good grasp of undertaking analysis in SPSS.  Importantly, you will have the ability to make the numbers come alive and create a story.

To excel in this role, we need someone with brilliant communication skills.  Building trusted relationships with colleagues and clients and delivering well-written, comprehensive and compelling reports are part and parcel of the job.

With your audience group in mind, you will have the ability to think creatively and flexibly, as well as having an appreciation of inclusion and diversity.

This is a business where you will be invested in from day one.  Access to senior leaders is unparalleled, and simply put, their work matters.

If this sounds like the career move you have been waiting for, get in touch with James at james@flowrecruitment.com.au or call on +61 (0) 408 509 289

All conversations will be treated as private and confidential.

Also, check out https://flowrecruitment.com.au/jobs for other great market research, insight and data analytics jobs.

Salary:            To $75,000 base + super + benefits

Location:       Melbourne

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