Survey researchers are employees of research and survey organizations as well as government agencies involved in gathering statistics. Survey researchers may also be employed on a project basis for projects that require opinions or information from individuals. Surveys are important in determining consumer preferences, collating national statistics on labor and population, as well as knowing the general pulse of the public about controversial issues. Survey researchers are mostly graduates of communications degrees but may also be high school graduates that have received training in conducting surveys. Survey researchers must have a keen eye for detail and must be an organized worker.
Sample Survey Researcher CV Template
Bloomsbury, London, WC2E 7HX
Meticulous and hard-working individual is looking for a job as a survey researcher for an organization where my skills can be enhanced and I can gain additional hands-on experience.
Summary of Qualification
- Two years of experience working as a survey researcher.
- Knowledgeable of different kinds of surveys and statistical analysis.
- Possess familiarity in gathering data through survey forms and interviews.
- Excellent social and interpersonal skills.
- With a pleasing personality and amiable character.
- Willing to travel to accomplish tasks.
Career Experience/Job History
2008 – Present: Survey Researcher, A&A Research Organization
- Design survey format to gather various information from individuals and groups.
- Conduct surveys on field and conduct interviews.
- Manage a team in conducting surveys in different areas.
- Meet with clients to determine their specific needs.
2003 – 2007: Bachelor of Science in Statistics, London University
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.