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Market Research Recruiter

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🇨🇦 Vancouver, BC

Unity Technologies is seeking a part-time Market Research Recruiter to support our market research team in finding and sourcing interview candidates for Unity's research studies.

This is an hourly role with flexible working hours, suitable for a student. We expect to need between 5-15 hours of support per week depending on project volume!

What you'll be doing

  • Identify suitable candidates for research studies by sourcing profiles through professional websites, public profiles, LinkedIn, and other social networks.
  • Contact candidates on behalf of Unity, inviting them to participate in research.
  • Handle the submission and organization of research incentives.
  • Coordinate with Unity research managers to run recruitment logistics.
  • Support the Unity research team with other ad-hoc projects as they come up (e.g. market and competitive intelligence gathering and analysis).

What we're looking for

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Can actively engage potential research participants with the right voice and message to generate interest and buy-in.
  • Presents themselves professionally, particularly over email. When someone in this role reaches out to a potential research participant on LinkedIn, it may be that person's first interaction with Unity, so it's important to build a positive first impression.
  • Excellent project management skills. In a busy month, we will need help finding dozens of research participants, and finding a single qualified participant may require reaching out to 10+ potential candidates, so organization is paramount.
  • A creative self-starter who can find the right approach for recruitment, in collaboration with a Unity market research manager, and execute on projects without day-to-day supervision.
  • Ability to learn subject matters quickly, to identify the right respondent profile for each new recruitment project.

You might also have

  • Familiarity with the technology industry, especially software
  • Experience in a customer-facing role
  • Curiosity about UX, market research and the video games and digital entertainment industry