Wednesday, January 7, 2009

$150 Telephone Interview about Field Communications

Hagen/Sinclair Research Recruiting is seeking Dept. of Transportation and Public Works employees to conduct a paid market research study about field communications.

We would like to hear from people involved with Streets & Highways, Sanitation/Solid Waste, Water & Sewers, Traffic/Bridges/Tunnels, Tree/Landscaping, Pest Control, Animal Control, or Fleet Services/Management.

We invite you to conduct a 60- to 90-minute telephone interview scheduled at a time convenient for you between January 5 - January 13. We would like to speak with you about the communication device or devices that you use to aid your field work and to stay in touch with others in the field.

This conversation will be for research purposes only. No sales or marketing attempts will result from your participation.

You will be compensated $150 to thank you for sharing your experiences and insights. Feel free to share this with those you know working in any large metropolitan area that may qualify.

If you would like to be considered, please send an email reply right away with your answers to the following questions:

What is your name?

What is your title?

What agency / organization do you work for?

What city and state do you work in?

What is your best estimate of how many people live in your geographic area?

How long have you been in your current position?

In a typical week, what percentage of your time would you say is spent in the field, away from the office?

What devices or aids do you regularly use at work for communication purposes (i.e. cell phones, portable radios, push-to-talk devices, wireless data service devices, etc.)

What are your day and evening telephone numbers?

What are some good times for me to reach you?

Thank you for your time and interest. We will contact you very soon if your answers indicate you are good candidate for this study.

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