For an international project we’re looking for online market researchers who can analyze and write quantitative and qualitative results. Afterwards, the researcher will present the results at the office of our client in the local market. The study is an online performance research for mobile service provider’s websites which we benchmark. The planning of the project isn’t confirmed yet, but it will probably take place from April to June 2017.
- You live in South Africa and are familiar with the South African Telecom Market
- Business level English language in writing and speech
- You are experienced in quantitative and qualitative research
- You are passionate about digital
- You work on a freelance basis and are available between April and June 2017
What’s in it for you?
Working for WUA, world market leader in digital experience benchmarking, will give you insights in new ways of measuring and benchmarking digital user experience. WUA is currently active in 12 countries and is expanding its business in South Africa as we speak. If our cooperation is successful we would like to add you to our international freelance team, so you grow alongside with us. Some of the great companies we work for are Google, Samsung and Vodafone.
Part of the team
Having done research on 3 different continents we understand the importance of good communication, guidance and help. When you work for WUA, for this project and future ones, we will work closely together as a team instead of using a mere principal-agent relationship. We believe your input, knowledge, experience and expertise will be essential ingredients to make this project a success.
Expected hours for this project:
- We expect the total amount of hours required to be around 60.
- We will offer a full package price which we will discuss afterward.
- We expect the researcher to provide its own back-up/proofreader, which will be included in the full package price.
Interested in this position?
Send a cover letter and your CV to Daan Tames via:
For questions about this position please call:
+31(0)20 531 97 20.