Research Company Hiring For Jobs Conducting Surveys

Research Company Hiring For Jobs Conducting Surveys

MMI-2 International Research company has been hired by the US Department of Agriculture's US Forest Service to conduct National Visitor Use Monitoring Surveys in the Bighorn National Forest through September of 2018.

According to a release from MMI-2, the surveys will be done in the Powder River, Medicine Wheel, and Tongue Ranger Districts.
They are looking for candidates with excellent customer service skills, knowledge of the forest, and a love of the outdoors to conduct one-on-one interviews with willing participants visiting sites throughout the BHNF.

The jobs will be part-time and temporary, with 6-hour shifts from 8am to 2pm or 2pm to 8pm, with a paid lunch break.
Reliable transportation is required.
The pay range is $14 to $15 per hour.

If interested, please email MMI-2 International Research.
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Retirees and veterans are encouraged to apply.

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