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Qualitative Research Consultant - Positive social impact

Job description

Are you motivated to undertake research for the public good? Do you want to use your research expertise to advance social research outcomes in Australia?
This full-service market agency provides the Australian social research community with access to world-class research and evaluation services. Dedicated to using its specialist expertise across social, health and government services, they offer its clients a full range of survey design, survey data management, evaluation statistical consulting, analytical thinking, and quantitative and qualitative methodologies. They have an established track record of delivering quality projects to exacting standards and they are acknowledged as a centre for excellence in the provision of social and health research services.
They are currently seeking a Qualitative Research Consultant to join their specialist Qualitative Research and Evaluation team. You’ll make strong contributions to client management, evaluation and research design and proposal writing, desktop research, fieldwork, and analysis and reporting for evaluation and qualitative research projects.
The work is nothing short of fascinating! Here you will be able to use your research expertise to effect real change.
A snapshot of projects :
  • Work with refugees to understand barriers to their integration into the community
  • A multidisciplinary project with minority cohorts that used a participatory approach and saw respondents involved in co-design
  • The evaluation of a new child subsidy
  • A longitudinal study with a large NFP that tracks the work and educational outcomes of young adults. It will help the charity evaluate the work they do and better address future needs. The cohort is a fascinating mix of often vulnerable individuals including those with CALD, Disability, and Mental Health challenges.
  • A minimum of 3 years of research experience
  • At least some experience working within a commercial insights-based consultancy  
  • Well-developed qualitative research skills including experience in interviewing and group moderation
  • The ability to help mentor and motivate junior researchers
The benefits
  • Tailored training and development programmes 
  • Flexible and hybrid work and office set-up
  • Access to their EAP Portal (Employee Assistance Programme)
  • Professional membership opportunities
  • Study allowance program
To apply, send your CV to Rowan Haylett at Resources Group  or call Rowan on +61449880582

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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