Join the GeoPoll Team
GeoPoll is the pioneer in conducting remote research through mobile-based methodologies in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. GeoPoll’s offerings provide humanitarian organizations, governments, and leading brands with high-quality data through multiple mobile modes.
GeoPoll is driven by a mission to leverage the power of mobile to give communities around the globe a voice in global development issues, consumer products, and more. Our global team work together to collect vital information for clients who range from small NGOs to multi-lateral development organizations and global consumer goods brands.
The GeoPoll team consists of over 100 experts in research, technology, and international development. We have offices in Washington, DC, Denver, Nairobi, Johannesburg, and additional team members working remotely in multiple countries.
GeoPoll’s Hiring Process
GeoPoll will review your resume to see if your skills are a fit for the role
You'll have an initial phone interview with GeoPoll's HR team
Those moving forward will have a series of in-person interviews with the hiring manager and other relevant team members
Depending on the role, you may be asked to complete a short assignment
Our top candidate will go through a reference check process before being made an offer to join the GeoPoll team!
Here are some of the benefits of joining the GeoPoll team:
You'll work with a team located in all corners of the globe, representing diverse backgrounds and viewpoints
GeoPoll's team contributes to work that makes a clear difference in lives around the world
Flexible Work Environment
GeoPoll provides a flexible work environment, with generous paid time off and the ability to work remotely
Innovative Research Solutions
You'll join a team who collaborates to provide innovative, new solutions to research challenges
Below is a list of our open positions. Instructions on how to apply to each position can be found at the bottom of the position description.
Project Assistant (Arabic Speaking) in Nairobi, Kenya: Position Description