Tourism research institute seeks part-time survey interviewer to work in Zion

Springdale entrance of Zion National Park. Zion National Park, Utah, Feb. 22, 2020 | Photo by David Louis, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research is seeking two qualified candidates to assist with a research project from April 16-25 at Zion National Park to survey visitors about their experiences in the park.

The position requires approximately six hours of work each day, with one day off during this time period. Candidates must be energetic, outgoing and able to easily approach other people and interview them about their experiences. Protocols are in place to safely conduct interviews.

Researchers will be responsible for timely completion of work and able to meet scheduling and quota requirements. Strong organizational skills and a high level of attention to detail required. Familiarity with general operation of tablets a plus. Applicants need to have a reliable vehicle to get to Zion National Park every day.

Please respond with a cover letter describing your interest, qualifications and confirmation of availability for all the dates listed, along with a current resume and contact information for three references, to Jeremy Sage at [email protected]. Position is open until filled.

The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research conducts research on travel, recreation and tourism since 1987; its overall mission is to provide information that will help the tourism and recreation industry make informed decisions about planning, promotion and management.

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