Market Research Interviewer, Stevenage, Ipsos Mori

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
ID #1116790302
Market Research Interviewer, Stevenage, Ipsos Mori
United Kingdom, Hertfordshire, Stevenage,
Published August 5, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Market research interviewer

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Market Research Interviewer: Do you like the idea of meeting and interviewing fascinating people? Ipsos MORI is currently recruiting for curious and self-motivated Market Research Interviewers to complete face to face interviews across many high-profile surveys. As a Market Research Interviewer, you’ll be interviewing a variety of people at their homes following social distancing guidelines about their interests, opinions and concerns. You’ll conduct interviews on behalf of different clients including government bodies, the media, national companies and charities on a broad range of topics. This is a Casual role and will suit those wanting flexible, part time work. Your task as an Interviewer will be to recruit members of the public in specific postcodes to complete our surveys with you on their doorstep. The results of these surveys will help shape both social and corporate policy in the UK No experience necessary as we provide fully accredited training and continued support and development including COVID PPE and socially distanced interviewing techniques. We offer full training however you will do need to be confident, have strong communication skills, outgoing and not fazed by the idea of knocking on a door, introducing yourself and quickly building rapport. Also you will need to be confident with using technology, able to follow instructions and work independently. The minimum requirements for the role are a valid UK Driving License, access to a car and a commitment to 3, six hour days a week with 50% evening and weekend work. Beyond this you can work as many hours as you like to match your availability and the sample in your area. Exposure to Customer Service, Sales, Field Sales, Door to Door, Canvassing or working with the general public would be of advantage but not essential. Ipsos MORI is a leading market research brand, globally. Our face to face Interviewing organisation is the largest and most diverse in the UK. Further information on our offer: Competitive pay rewarded by productivity Paid training upon completion and support Paid travel expenses Holiday pay Ongoing training and support Career progression Workplace pension based on minimum income threshold

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