Field Team Leader
As Field Team Leader, Jack is responsible for the practical logistics of conducting research. Along with his team he is responsible for managing, supervising and administrating a team of face-to-face interviewers at major museums and galleries in London and across the United Kingdom.
Jack also serves as the field manager for projects at the British Museum, Science Museum, Royal Academy, the National Portrait Gallery, Museum of London, BALTIC Mill in Gateshead, and in-venue research across three animal shelters for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, along with a range of other projects.
Keeping all aspects of fieldwork running smoothly for dozens of qualitative and quantitative research projects, Jack monitors data collection and sample, as well as coordinating and supporting interviewers. Jack also oversees testing of MHM's computer-assisted and tablet surveys for design, sense and technical glitches. A typical day is split between organising and troubleshooting project work, and planning for future fieldwork and process improvements.
Prior to his current role, Jack worked for MHM on telephone recruitment for focus groups and as a face-to-face interviewer at venues in the North West, including Manchester Museum, Manchester Art Gallery, Imperial War Museum North, Cornerhouse, Chester Zoo and Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Martin Mere. This ground-floor experience helps him effectively train and supervise interviewers.
In his spare time Jack likes to read, play indie video games and loves music, whether that is playing the drums and guitar or listening to his favourite old blues, jazz and classic rock n’ roll.