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Quantitative Research Consultant - Contemporary Social Issues

Job description

Are you passionate about conducting research for the public good? Do you want to use your market research skills to drive social progress in Australia?
Join a leading full-service social research and evaluation organisation, renowned as Australia’s foremost provider of social and government research services. Dedicated to leveraging its expertise across social, health, and government sectors, this organisation offers a comprehensive range of services, including survey design, data management, statistical consulting, and both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. With a stellar track record for delivering high-quality projects, they are recognised as a centre of excellence in social and health research.
Their Quantitative Research team is currently seeking a Quantitative Research Consultant.
What You’ll Love About This Role
End-to-End Exposure: Manage and execute Quantitative research projects from initial setup, sampling, and questionnaire design to fieldwork management, data analysis, insights generation, and final client deliverables.
Diverse Scope: Engage in research across various facets of state and federal government, including health and well-being, education and training, Australian society, employment, housing, and marginalised and vulnerable communities.
Continuous Growth: Benefit from a clearly defined career path, mentorship from industry experts, professional membership opportunities, and access to a study allowance program.
Collaborative and Inclusive Team: Work with a team of genuinely lovely people who enjoy working together, support each other, and take pride in their collective achievements.
What You’ll Need
  • A minimum of 1-3+ years of market or social research experience.
  • Strong quantitative research skills and proficiency in analysis packages such as SPSS, Q, and Excel.
  • Proven project management expertise and a keen eye for detail.
  • Excellent communication skills and a client-centric mindset, ready to foster and manage client relationships.
  • A genuine drive to advance your career in social policy research.
This is a unique opportunity to contribute to research that positively impacts contemporary social issues. The organisation offers a flexible, inclusive, collaborative, supportive team culture and ongoing career and professional development. If you are passionate about social or public policy research and have the skills and experience required, we invite you to apply today.
To apply, send your CV to Rowan Haylett at Resources Group or call Rowan on +61 449 880 582.

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.
Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background.