Quantitative Project Manager – Contemporary Social Issues

Quantitative Project Manager – Contemporary Social Issues
RH051120
Melbourne
$65,000 - $72,000 + super

Do you get a kick out of researching things that "matters”? Are you eager to run research that impacts Australians from all walks of life?

Our client is the consultancy of choice for many of Australia’s largest government and not-for-profit agencies seeking research services and policy insights and evaluation. This is a rare opportunity to work alongside and learn from industry experts & leaders in their profession.

This team’s research findings and analysis have an impact on Australian social policy at national, state/territory and local level. They work across a diverse and challenging range of sectors, including healthcare, welfare, housing, disability, regulation and employment and the research they do makes a difference. Experts at running research with marginalised, disadvantaged or vulnerable groups they help provide in-depth insights into the values, feelings and experiences that shape and influence individuals’ behaviours and attitudes.

The ideal candidate will have a good grounding in quantitative market research and experience of working within a market research agency (min 2+ years). Prior exposure to Social and Government Research would be a distinct advantage, whilst a passion for the sector is a must.

Key responsibilities as a Project Manager:

• Assisting with tenders and proposal writing
• Quantitative research and questionnaire design
• Supplier and fieldwork management (CATI and online)
• Analysis (SPSS), reporting and strategic insights generation
• Day to day client and project management

This team is well respected by the industry for the quality of their methodologies and their ability to innovate, especially when dealing with hard to reach respondents, so you will also need to be comfortable working in at times uncharted waters. A people person with excellent analytical skills and communication skills you will also need to enjoy building great client relationships.

Throughout these challenging times, this is an employer who has worked tirelessly to ensure the health and wellbeing of their staff. They can offer a flexible, supportive and connected culture and are all set to remotely onboard new staff.

So, if you are looking to make a difference what are you waiting for? Apply today! Send your CV to Rowan Haylett at Resources Group: rhaylett@resourcesgroup.com

Contact Details:
Tel: +61449880582
Contact: Rowan Haylett
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