Research Analyst, Quant – Social & Government research, Melbourne

Flow Recruitment
November 9, 2020
Melbourne, Australia
Job Type


This has all the markings of a super role.   Already ‘well in’ with Australian Federal and State Government departments, this highly regarded social and government research team hiring a Research Analyst to keep up with the pace of growth.

With a focus on communications and mapping, policy making, evaluation and improvement and measuring values, attitudes and behaviours across society, the work is fascinating, challenging and important.

A Research Analysts role is to support the Social & Government team delivering against the current whole-of-government contract for evaluations of the Australian Government communications campaigns.  The role involves contributing to proposals, client relationship management, fieldwork and project management, data analysis and reporting.

A big component is programs (phase after phase) work so you will need established quant skills.  Writing questionnaires, getting a survey out to field, analysing data using SPSS and Q are all part and parcel of the job.

With a great body of work already underway, this really is an excellent role for an early career quant researcher looking for their next career move.   And the beauty is, you do not already need social & government research experience; a keen interest will suffice.

To begin with, you will be working from home.  They run as a ‘well oiled machine’ and you will feel welcomed, supported, and included from day one.  Their Australian HQ is based in South Yarra, Melbourne.  This agency is part of a global network and a well-known brand in the research and insights industry.

Interested? Please send your CV to or call James on +61 (0) 408 509 289 for an informed and confidential chat.  Visit our website:  for other great market research jobs:

Salary range:                    To $80k package plus company benefits

Location:                            Melbourne

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