compensation: Hourly compensation for part of this position is $10.00/hr plus mileage. employment type: part-time
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Field/Data Researcher– Austin
Metrostudy, a Hanley Wood company, is the country's leading housing information provider, supplying accurate information to members of the building industry for over 40 years.
This Field Researcher position is a short-term, part-time, quarterly role. Field Researchers are responsible for driving through new residential subdivisions recording the building progress while updating builder, floor plan, and pricing information.
The work hours for the field position are flexible: approximately 20-25 hours a week for a 2-3 week period during March, June, September and December. During that time the hours are flexible within the calendar week: Sunday through Saturday. Time and mileage for all survey work will be compensated.
Hourly compensation for part of this position is $10.00/hr plus mileage. The mileage rate is based on the current gas prices at the start of the survey.
Persons with a Full-Time job need not apply.
Survey work will be completed in the following areas:
Midway through the survey period, all new Field Researcher will be required to meet with the Research Manager for a progress evaluation session. At the completion of the survey, Field Researchers are responsible for submitting all collected information in person at the Austin office.
Qualified Candidates will possess:
- A Valid Driver’s License and clean driving record
- Clear criminal background (7yrs)
- A Reliable automobile
- Current automobile insurance
- The ability to lift 20lbs
- Attention to detail and detail orientation
- Basic math skills
- Ability to read maps
- Ability to use GPS navigation systems and/or read maps
- An App for mapping is available if you have a personal device with internet. A portion of the data will be reimbursed.
This job is perfect for someone looking for a part-time job with flexible hours. Interested candidates should complete an online application and will be contacted by the Field Research Manager in the Austin office.