Field Interviewer - Job Description:/h3:
American Institute of Consumer Studies (AICS) is hiring Field Interviewers for an ongoing National Consumer Research Study. Our Field Interviewers will interview households about products and services that impact their community. This is a great opportunity to travel across the United States while working a flexible schedule
There are no sales involved Assignments involve travel, away from home each month. Our Field Interviewers typically travel 10:14 consecutive days per month working nontraditional hours. Expenses are paid by the company in advance whenever possible. Applicants must have a valid drivers license and current auto insurance. Some experience is preferred but not required.
Field Interviewers will enjoy an hourly plus incentive for completed interviews. This is a production driven environment and Field Interviewers are expected to meet productivity and quality standards.
A strong candidate for this position would be:
*outgoing by nature and have experience working with the public
*work a flexible schedule that includes evenings and weekends
*be comfortable knocking on doors without an appointment
*have a reliable vehicle, valid driver license and auto insurance
**APPLY TODAY AND YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO JOIN OUR JANUARY FIELD INTERVIEWER QUALIFICATION TRAINING CLASS **
LHK Partners, Inc. is a leader in the market research industry. One of our largest and most known projects is the Study of the American Consumer
The American Institute of Consumer Studies is headquartered in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, 15 miles northwest of Philadelphia and is registered with the Better Business Bureau of the greater Mid:Atlantic region and is proud to have an A+ rating.
The American Institute of Consumer Studies or AICS is a national leader in consumer research. Every year for more than 20 years, we personally interview 25,000 consumers across the United States for our largest and most recognized study, the Survey of the American Consumer.
We do the research but...YOU make the difference. Consumer research plays a critical role in the design, development, advertising and marketing of the products and services you buy, in the content of the newspapers and magazines you read, and in the programs you watch on television and listen to on the radio.
The results of the study are used by major corporations to make their products better reflect the needs and preferences of the American consumer
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