What do our researchers, marketers, and business development professionals have in common? We’re smart, curious, collaborative, dedicated, and fun. Most importantly, every day we get to partner with some of the most innovative and successful brands to support key business decisions that create change and drive growth.
Our innovative approach to design, our advanced analytics, and rock-solid execution mean our clients love us, and our excellent benefits, flexibility, and open culture mean our employees love us too.
Whether you’re a segmentation guru, a tech whiz, or a strategic selling machine, we’re looking for collaborative, engaged professionals to join our growing team.
Sound like you, but don’t see any open positions you’re fit for? The positions we most commonly recruit for are:
- Associate Market Researchers
- Market Research Project Managers
- Market Research Account Directors
We’re always interested in hearing from quality candidates with applicable skills and backgrounds. Submit your resume if you are interested in hearing about any future opportunities to email@example.com
The Market Research Field Services Manager position will support and report to the Field Services Director at Chadwick Martin Bailey (CMB.) This individual will work closely with qualitative and quantitative vendors on behalf of CMB to support client-facing project teams on proposals and project execution.
In this role, you will work closely with business development, project management, analytics and marketing colleagues to engage with existing and potential clients, understand their primary research needs, craft quantitative and qualitative research solutions to address those needs, deliver superior client experiences, and ensure profitable business engagements.
As a Market Research Project Manager (PM), you will be an essential part of the Client Services Team and will be responsible for tackling dynamic and challenging business problems with hands-on project execution including questionnaire design, sample plans, data collection oversight and troubleshooting, analysis, and reporting. The PM is intellectually curious, passionate about research and data, and able to weave insights into compelling narratives for our clients. A PM must have strong theoretical and practical knowledge of primary research techniques, excel in providing outstanding customer service, and possess strong communication, organization, and time management skills.
The Data Manager will work on project teams to support project administration and data-related tasks. This includes vendor management, oversight of data collection, data cleaning, running analyses, and assisting with client deliverables (e.g., building tables, populating PPT reports).
The Associate Market Researcher will work on project teams with other project staff to oversee project administration tasks. This role will assist with project management including vendor management, contribute to development of questionnaire drafts, participate in qualitative and secondary research, perform data analysis, and assisting with deliverables.