At Hill Holliday, we help our clients fight the daily share battle by swinging hard and fighting smart. We stay laser-focused on the most important part of the equation: the idea. Nothing beats a good one. And every day we come to work to think of more of them into existence to help our clients dominate the noisiest of categories.
We also know that work is about more than just, well, work. It’s also about the people. And we find that when we let those people do their thing – their curious, tenacious, scrappy, be-happy thing – what results is innovative thinking that wins.
We are looking for an associate researcher to join our Orgin practice at Hill Holliday. Origin is a market research and data science practice specializing in identifying the origin of marketing problems. With an interdisciplinary team of data scientists, consumer psychologists, and survey methodologists, Origin helps solve complex problems with simple, practical solutions.
Who we need:
A researcher who will be involved in all aspects of market research. This includes:
- Background research on marketing problems
- Survey construction
- Survey programming
- Sample collection
- Data cleaning
- Data analysis
- Report generation
- Client presentation
- Statistics skills
- Familiarity with one or more of the following statistical programs: SPSS, Stata, R, or Python
- Familiarity with basic statistical tests such as correlation, t-test, ANOVA, and regression
- Qualitative method skills
- Experience with one or more of the following methods: interviews, focus groups, ethnography.
- Survey Skills
- Experience with writing surveys or questionnaires
The candidate should exemplify the following traits:
- Skilled in explaining complex things in a concise way; confident and clear public speaking; overall exemplary presentation skills.
- Disciplined at self-directed learning. Able to pick up new technologies and methods quickly and on your own by reading books and watching video tutorials.
- Aware of key business and marketing principles; interested in consumer and popular culture.
- A bachelor’s degree or equivalent years of experience
- A background in at least one of the following disciplines: psychology, behavioral economics, marketing, or advertising.