Statistics Lebanon has a working team composed of 41 individuals, they constitute the research team and the administrative one; the research team members have a wide set of skills and a lot of knowledge backed with university degrees from reputable universities in Lebanon and abroad.
- General ManagerPlan, direct, or coordinate the operations of the company. Duties and responsibilities include formulating policies, managing daily operations and planning the use of materials and human resources, but are too diverse and general in nature to be classified in any one functional area of management or administration, such as personnel, purchasing, or administrative services.
- Marketing AnalystsMarketing analysts are responsible for examining buying trends to advise in marketing plans for companies. They analyze data collected through surveys prepared by them, which depicts consumers’ preferences and prospective markets for products. This results in determining which products and/or services a company should produce, their design, distribution, promotion and other beneficial information.
The main objective of this analysis is to be able to target the most profitable markets in order to know how to sell these products/services and generate the maximum amount of revenue possible.
- Political & Polling AnalystsPolls must be designed correctly in order to work properly. The purpose of a political poll is to gather information from a small group of voters and use that information to make predictions about how a larger group of voters will act in the future.
Our political consultants have many years of practical experience assisting clients with questionnaire design, polling management advice, polling analysis and other technical services. We are nationally known for providing high quality, very accurate data and being able to handle last minute, quick turnaround projects.
- Election Experts & PlannersTo be updated
- Logistics CoordinatorA Logistics Coordinator is responsible for providing logistical support needs regarding transportation, communication and other issues that would help the work operations.
- Statisticians Statisticians undertake the following tasks:
• Report results of statistical analysis, including information in the form of graphs, charts and tables
• Process large amounts of data for statistical modeling and graphic analysis using computers
• Identify relationships and trends in data as well as factors that may affect research results
• Analyze and interpret statistical data in order to identify significant differences in relationships between sources of information
• Prepare data for processing by organizing information, checking for any inaccuracies, adjusting and weighting raw data
• Evaluate statistical methods and procedures used to obtain data in order to ensure validity, applicability, efficiency and accuracy
• Evaluate sources of information in order to determine any limitations in terms of reliability or usability
• Plan data collection methods for specific projects and determine the types and sizes of sample groups to be used
• Design research projects that apply valid scientific techniques and utilize information obtained from baselines or historical data in order to structure uncompromised and efficient analysis
• Develop an understanding of fields to which statistical methods are to be applied in order to determine whether methods and results are appropriate.
- Software ProgrammerA software programmer:
• Assists with administrative maintenance of relational databases including backup/recovery and scheduling of jobs
• Provides assistance to users with software related issues or problems as necessary
• Assists in conducting needs assessment for the development of new systems and the modification of existing ones
• Determines how data should be organized and how it should be displayed
• Writes manuals or explain databases’ function
• Assesses the system performance and make modifications as required
• Modifies existing databases as user needs change
• Finds faults in programs and correct them
• Prepares reports on databases.
- Fieldwork ManagerThe fieldwork manager is responsible for:
• Recruiting for our research projects
• Managing the logistics of respondents when research is underway
• Maintaining, updating, and expanding our recruitment database
• Managing the relationship with our recruitment database, including churn, panel refreshing, support, and new recruitments
• Helping out with the daily work of the Research team, including editing reports, collating graphics or information, working on screeners and discussion guides, and other research-related tasks as required
• Providing recommendations to the Research Team on ways to improve our online tools for recruiting and managing our members, tracking our panel usage, and managing short term and long term plans for developing this area.
- GIS and Cartography ExpertA GIS and cartography expert is responsible for the designing and updating of maps through working on the Geographic Information System (GIS). These maps are used for strategic planning to examine high-growth areas of the market, lifestyle clustering, competitive circulation market share, etc. For advertisers, client and competitors’ locations are plotted, often over demographics such as income, circulation penetration, etc. The expert tries to show our clients where there are opportunities for growth in the market, where the greatest competitive threats lie, and so on.
- Project CoordinatorsProject coordinators undertake the following tasks:
• Participate in the preparation and development of strategic plans, including preparing and writing sections of strategic planning documents
• Provide consultation to departments and service areas in the development of project plans and business cases
• Prepare business cases for selected projects
• Manage selected project budgets
• Facilitate the integration and alignment of plans and planning activities
• Track the progress of all major new and current projects
• Prepare, monitor and maintain flow charts outlining developments, deliverables and timing
• Identify interdependencies for all projects and facilitate communication among task groups
• Collect data, compose reports for benchmarking and make recommendations
• Identify issues and provide advice on project progression
- Office ManagerOffice managers are primarily responsible for overseeing employees and completing administrative tasks, such as billing, pricing and payroll. They also have a wide range of responsibilities, from ordering supplies to conducting personnel evaluations and implementing administrative policies.
An office manager also keeps track of invoices, maintain computer systems and organize office deliveries.
- Research DirectorA research director is responsible for directing, managing and supervising the whole research process from design to implementation, analysis and product development. Disseminate and publish research findings, and offer lessons learned on all issues and fields; co-authoring, supervising and reviewing cases, briefs, research publications and articles written for a variety of audiences in order to advance the company.
Investigate grant opportunities, write and develop grant proposals to support sustainability of the research team. Supervise and direct others on the team to develop, write, and submit proposals.
Be an active member in the company’s leadership team and contribute to its organizational development by collaborating with other strategy and program areas, supporting grant writing efforts and attending staff meetings and retreats.
- Field SurveyorsA field surveyor is a person who conducts interviews with respondents to collect data for research purposes, this usually done either in person or by phone.
This task is very important in every research project, because it marks the first step in it.
- Team LeadersTeam leaders are the field surveyors' supervisors in the field. Their main job is to ensure the correct executions of data collection, they also are responsible for coordinating with the fieldwork manager and follow up.
Team leaders also play an important role in the quality control measures, since they ensure that high standards are followed while data collection; in addition to accompanying 10 to 15% of interviews conducted by field surveyors.