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Qualitative Insights Phone Interviewer

At Advantage Australia, we help our clients drive growth through effective collaboration with their supplier and retail partners. We currently have a role available for a Qualitative Insights Phone Interviewer as part of our operations team to manage and conduct interviews for Advantage benchmarking programs and follow up on survey returns.

  • Salary ranges from $80 to $100K commensurate with experience
  • Hybrid role, office located in Frenchs Forest

Main Responsibilities

Manage and conduct interviews across all Advantage program

  • Set up and book times in for interviews
  • Interview respondents to gain more insight on survey ratings
  • Maximise commentary for each company and ensure full verbatim coverage for all reports
  • Maintain program tracking documents throughout the interview process
  • Ensure interviews are uploaded and circulated within agreed timeframes
  • Work with Ops Team to ensure clarity of information across the interview process
  • Edit interviews to ensure optimisation of commentary where necessary
  • Ensure interviews are completed and edited within program timeframes

Manage follow up of survey returns across all programs

  • Follow up via phone and email to maximise survey returns
  • Maintain program tracking documents throughout the follow up process
  • Assist respondents with any questions they have on the programs
  • Work with Ops Team to communicate and ensure clarity of information across the follow up process.

If you are ready for the next step in your career and this sounds like the opportunity for you please send your resume and cover letter to

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