Part-Time Research Position

SmartRevenue, a national leader in ethnographic market research, is looking for qualified and highly motivated social scientists and marketing professionals to join our team of ethnographers. Researchers will conduct observations and interviews of shoppers at various retailers. Researchers will be paid $22/hour for this part-time contract position. Qualified candidates are advanced undergraduates and graduate students.

Part-Time Research Position

SmartRevenue, a national leader in ethnographic market research, is looking for qualified and highly motivated social scientists and marketing professionals to join our team of ethnographers.

Smart Revenue (http://www.smartrevenue.com) was founded by cultural anthropologists and is a pioneer in the use of fieldwork methods of observation and interviews to generate insight on consumer preferences and habits. We are currently recruiting people with social science backgrounds, especially those with ethnographic research experience, for multiple projects. This is a great opportunity for people with social science backgrounds to practice their research and analytical skills by applying them to a specific task, and to make good money at the same time. Researchers will be paid $22/hour. SmartRevenue always has a variety of projects planned nationwide, so this could be a helpful future source of supplemental income. This is a part-time contract position.

Qualifications:
We are seeking advanced undergraduates and graduate students with a background in the social sciences, humanities, journalism, or business. Academic or nonacademic interviewing experience is strongly preferred. Applicants should be available to work weekdays and weekends and have a car or reliable transportation.

Project Description:
Researchers will conduct observations and interviews of shoppers at various retailers.

To apply:
Please include cover letter in the body of a reply email with resume attached to: Kim Waack, Hiring Manager- kim.waack@smartrevenue.com

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