Applied Psychology and Business Research
The National Business Research Institute (NBRI) welcomes the valuable perspectives and insights that experienced professionals bring to the workplace. You’ll have a broad range of opportunities to build on your existing skills while working in a research environment that is continually on the cutting edge of discovery and innovation, while significantly improving the work lives of millions of people and the performance of thousands of organizations!
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NBRI’s core asset is its people. That’s what makes working at the Institute so special. We believe that work is more than a place you go every day. It should be a place of exploration, creativity, professional growth, and interpersonal relationships. It’s about being inspired and motivated to achieve extraordinary things. We want our people to take pride in their work. After all, it’s the combined talents, skills, knowledge, experience, and passion of our people that make us who we are.
Learning and Development
As an Institute colleague, you’ll work side by side with recognized industry thought leaders to help tackle the challenges of some of the world’s best-known organizations. And if you would like to continue your formal studies, we offer tuition assistance and support participation in certification programs sponsored by professional associations.
Our pay-for-performance culture rewards employees whose efforts on the job contribute to the success of the organization. And our market-aligned benefits provide essential coverage, while allowing for individual choices where appropriate.
Diversity and Inclusion
NBRI is committed to developing a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive, empowering environment for all colleagues. Our aim is to build a workplace that attracts the most talented people and enables them to develop to their fullest potential.
General Position Descriptions
Organizational Psychologist: Doctoral level degreed professionals in Applied Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Research, and Statistics with a wide knowledge of these subject matters.
Research Consultant: Through NBRI Research Consultants, clients have access to deeper levels of expertise than would be feasible for them to retain in-house, and may utilize only as much service from the Research Consultant as desired. NBRI Research Consultants are educated to a minimum of Master’s degree level, though some may be Organizational Psychologists as well, and possess inordinate knowledge of and experience in survey research, deep analytics, and business action planning.
Research Assistant: An NBRI Research Assistant is a researcher employed for the purpose of assisting in research. Research Assistants are not independent, are not directly responsible for the outcome of the research, and are responsible to a Research Consultant. NBRI Research Assistants are educated to a minimum of Bachelor degree level, and may be enrolled in a postgraduate degree program.
NBRI Sales Management: The practical application of sales techniques and the management of NBRI’s sales operations. It is an important business function as sales determines the success or failure of businesses and NBRI is no exception.
NBRI Project Management: The planning, organizing, securing, managing, leading, and controlling of resources to achieve specific goals. Projects may be temporary or permanent with defined beginnings and undefined ends, each of which is undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives. The primary challenge of project management at NBRI is to achieve all of the project goals and objectives while honoring the predetermined constraints of scope, time, quality and budget. The secondary challenge is to optimize the allocation of resources and integrate them to meet pre-defined objectives.
NBRI IT Management: The management of all of the technological resources of NBRI in accordance with needs and priorities. These resources include tangible investments like computer hardware, software, data, networks, and data center facilities, as well as the staffs who maintain them. Managing this responsibility within NBRI entails many of the basic management functions, like budgeting, staffing, and organizing and controlling, along with other aspects that are unique to technology, like change management, software design, network planning, tech support, etc.
Project Support Engineer: Any technical aspect of a project is performed by the Project Support Engineer. Some examples are designing online, telephone, and paper surveys, deploying invitation and reminder emails, and generating reports based on client specifications. Multiple projects are ongoing at any given time so time management and close communication with the Project Manager is essential to success.
Telephone Interviewer: For those projects requiring surveys to be conducted via telephone, our specially trained Telephone Interviewers gather the survey response data and manage their contact lists to ensure high participation rates, attainment of representative samples, and timely completion.
NBRI Accounting: The process of communicating financial information about a business entity to users such as shareholders and managers. The communication is generally in the form of financial statements that show the economic resources under management’s control. The art lies in selecting the information that is relevant to the user and is reliable. The principles of accountancy that are employed at NBRI include accounting, bookkeeping, and auditing.