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Dualist Research Consultant - Qualitative & Quantitative Insights

Job description

Are you a skilled dualist researcher with a knack for uncovering the narrative behind the numbers? This is your chance to join a leading boutique research and insights consultancy in Sydney, renowned for translating consumer behaviour into actionable commercial insights that tackle intricate business challenges.
  
Their impressive client list includes names like Hungry Jacks, Qantas, Telstra, NAB, and Dan Murphy’s, viewing the consultancy as an extension of their business success, fully integrated into their brand, marketing, and strategy divisions, guiding c-suite decision-making with precision.
  
Culture & Benefits:
  • 100% independently owned & agile environment.
  • Light, open-planned warehouse offices in Darlinghurst.
  • Sophisticated qual & quant methodologies.
  • Culture of collaboration and creative thinking.
  • Down-to-earth, genuine, and approachable senior leadership team.
  • Amazing benefits – annual bonus, 25+ days leave, social events, wellness initiatives, external training sessions, 1:1 mentoring, flexible working, tailored L&D, uncapped room for growth, phone allowance, laptop, and performance bonuses.
 Consultant – Qualitative & Quantitative Research
  
In this role within the agency's fastest-growing team, you'll spend 70% of your time on qualitative projects and 30% on quantitative research (survey design & analysis).
The agency, with its flat management structure, ensures hands-on involvement in the entire research cycle, fostering career development through mentorship from senior leaders and a clear pathway to leadership.
Projects cover Customer Experience, U&A, New Product Development, Innovation, Branding, Segmentation, Cultural Forecasting, and Stakeholder engagement, providing intellectually stimulating work that challenges both left and right brain thinking.
  
Key Responsibilities:
  • Assist with proposal writing.
  • Attend client briefs, deeply understanding problems.
  • Design qual & quant research methodologies.
  • Generate insights, recommendations, and value-adding solutions.
  • Project management, ensuring timely and budget-conscious execution.
  • Deliver impactful reports, presentations, and workshops for client clarity.
  • Contribute to quantitative survey design, analysis (Q), and reporting.
  • Expand your skill set with various methodologies, from IDIs and focus groups to qualitative workshops, co-creation sessions, ethnography, user experience studies, online communities, and nuanced behavioral observations.
 We welcome conversations with curious dualist researchers who have:
  • 4+ years of commercial research agency experience in research/insights/strategy, with a solid understanding of qualitative & quantitative research.
  • Bachelor's or Master's in Statistics, Economics, Psychology, or a related field.
  • A track record of delivering insights that deepen client relationships.
  • Strong grasp of the entire research life cycle.
  • An eye for detail and design with an ability to spot patterns.
  • Curiosity and critical thinking – a genuine interest in understanding "why."
  • Confidence in a qualitative methodological toolkit, facilitating in-depths, workshops, online communities, and focus groups.
  • Experience with quantitative research analysis in SPSS/Q would be advantageous.
To apply, send your CV to Emily Moser at emoser@resourcesgroup.com or call Emily on +61 (0) 449 880 582 for a confidential discussion.    

About Resources Group
We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC.
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