Hanley Wood

Field Researcher - Davis County, UT

US-UT-West Jordan
1 month ago
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Job Description

Metrostudy is the country's leading housing information provider, supplying accurate information to members of the building industry for almost 40 years.


This Field Researcher position is a 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.  


Research work is done over a two to three week period of time at the end of each quarter. During that time, the hours are flexible daytime hours. The pay rate is $9.00 hourly plus mileage.


Survey work will be completed in the following areas: 

Davis County


Qualified Candidates will Possess:

·       A Valid Driver’s License and clean driving record

·       Clear criminal background (7yrs)

·       Reliable insured automobile

·       The ability to lift 20lbs

·       Attention to detail and detail orientation

·       Basic math skills

·       Ability to read maps


This job is ideal for those looking for a job with flexible hours.  

About Hanley Wood

Metrostudy is the leading provider of primary and secondary market information to the housing and related industries nationwide. Metrostudy provides research, data, analytics and consulting services to help builders, developers, lenders, suppliers, retailers, utilities and others make investment and business decisions every day. Metrostudy is a Hanley Wood company.


You owe it to yourself to work for a dynamic company. Employee satisfaction is important to us, so we provide competitive compensation with a dynamic workplace setting. If you meet the required skills and qualifications and want to learn more, apply on line at http://www.hanleywood.com/careers and follow us on Twitter @hanleywoodHR.


Hanley Wood is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. m/f/d/v 


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