Sep 11, 2019
Field Research Representative Featured
Are you a people person? Are you the person who has never met a stranger? Awesome! You're in the right spot! We have a recruiting environment where we put people first and aren't selling a product, but giving people an opportunity to represent their community on Television and Radio. Now, the best part - it is free for the people we recruit to participate, but it takes grit to go door to door and find the right people - but we think you can do it! What we want for you at Nielsen We believe in making things open, connected, useful and personal. We challenge everyone to innovate, learn new things, take risks, and grow and we believe in having fun while we work. In this Business-to-Consumer (B2C) position you serve as a Brand Ambassador for the organization. The Benefits Comprehensive benefits package active day 1 of employment. We offer extensive career development opportunities, top-of-the-line training, high earning potential and other great benefits, including: Extensive paid sales training program: May require travel in various markets for training – lodging and transportation included Competitive compensation Annual Base Salary Performance-Based Bonus Plan Potential for paid overtime Language pay differential to those who qualify Company car, including insurance, gas, and maintenance (save as much as $8,000 per year) 401(k) Plan with company match Paid time off including 3 weeks paid time off in the first year, ten sick days, Maternity and Paternity leave What does it take to be a Field Research Representative? Since we are into research studies at Nielsen, we surveyed our Field Research Representatives and asked them to describe themselves. The majority responded with results-oriented, personable, adaptable, resilient, ambitious, influential, hard-working, energetic, friendly, passionate, creative, team-spirited, fearless, and gritty. If these words describe you, keep reading. You travel to selected homes, known as Nielsen Families, without an appointment and unannounced. You use persuasion skills and techniques to gain cooperation and participation in the Nielsen Ratings. The real world is our office allowing you to be out and about during afternoon and evening hours (3 - 8 pm) and one weekend day, as these are opportune times to connect with prospective panelists when they are most likely to be home. I’ve heard Nielsen is a great place to work… is that true? We're not in it for awards, but we’re happy to be recognized. Forbes' Most Innovative Companies, Diversity Inc.’s Top 50 Employers for Diversity & Inclusion, Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials, Forbes’ inaugural list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity, Fortune and Great Places to Work named Nielsen as one of the best workplaces for diversity in 2017 To learn more about our Field Research Representative role, visit https://careers.nielsen.com/en-us/teams-field-operations-panel-recruitment-us-field-representatives/ Sound like a place you’d want to be? Join Nielsen and help discover what's next for consumers- we can't wait for you to apply!