Research Executive - Auckland Office
We are not currently recruiting for the position of Research Executive for our Auckland office but always welcome CVs from interested and interesting individuals.
This role requires someone who has worked in a market research agency, with experience of project management, delivering on time, budget and to a high standard. A good understanding and experience of research is required, as you will be expected to undertake research design, data collection, analysis and to produce insightful, stimulating reports.
You will be an excellent communicator who is a highly organised ‘completer-finisher’ with rigorous attention to detail and who takes pride in seeing a job through to completion. Experience of taking responsibility for projects delivered by a team and the ability to adapt to unexpected changes is imperative. You should be able to work on your own initiative, manage time effectively and work accurately and quickly under pressure.
Essential skills and experience:
- Project manage the delivery of projects, working with project teams to ensure delivery on time and on budget, to a standard that delights our clients
- Design quantitative and qualitative research tools and methods
- Conduct primary qualitative research and source secondary research
- Analyse, interpret and report on qualitative and quantitative data. This includes producing reports and other final outputs of projects (e.g. client presentations).
Salary: $43,200 - $62,400
Location: Based in Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand
Closing date: N/A
Benefits: Annual company performance-related bonus, 22 days annual leave, plus Public holidays, company pension scheme.
Hours of Work: Hours of work are open to discussion. A full-time contract is a minimum of 35 hours per week Monday to Friday. MHM offer some flexibility on work start and end times in return for your flexibility when required to meet business needs.
Please note that evidence of entitlement to work in New Zealand will need to be provided from both New Zealand citizens and non-New Zealanders during the recruitment stage.