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Sample Coordinator - Rochester, NY (639)
Location: Corporate - Rochester, NY


The sampling scheduler is responsible for managing the daily schedule of all of the samplers within Internet Panel Management. The scheduler will need to understand the sampling process so that she/he can make sure that we meet the needs of our internal, as well as external clients. The scheduler will also need to develop an intricate understanding of the panel to be able to proactively schedule work and manage the schedule.

  • Managing the schedule for the samplers
  • Understanding panel capacity and resource management
  • Problem recognition/resolution
  • Measuring and reporting operational performance measures as requested
  • Primary point of contact for questions regarding sampling procedures or issues
  • Communicating any changes in process or procedure to the sampling team and research staff when needed
  • B.A. or B.S. degree
  • Working Knowledge or understanding of database software
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office products required, especially excel
Additional Information

We prefer to receive your resume in an electronic format. Please indicate your name and Harris Interactive Website in the subject line.

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To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter indicating Job Title, Job Code and Harris Interactive Website to:

Human Resources Representative
Job Code: 639
Harris Interactive
60 Corporate Woods
Rochester, NY 14623
Fax: 585-272-0687

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