B IntBus, MBA, MAcct, QPR, Member of The Research Society
Tina has been the primary project manager for all recruitment projects for the department of Human Services since June 2017. Tina moved from the McNair field team to the consulting team in 2016. Tina has developed experience with complex quantitative analysis across many social and government surveys with particular insights regarding social segmentation and community sectors with special needs – which include culturally and linguistically diverse communities and Indigenous Australians. Tina is also a qualitative researcher with experience in in-depth social research interviewing, in both English and her native Arabic. Tina has refined processes and techniques for qualitative recruitment with a primary focus on locating respondents with specific and uncommon parameters essential to the requirements of government and corporate clients.
Tina has more than five year’s research experience at McNair in an interviewing and supervisory capacity. Tina is an experienced interviewer and has conducted CATI and face-to-face interviewing, in both English and Arabic. Tina is responsible for the monitoring and supervision of shifts, particularly managing those projects conducted in language, and conducts the in-house translation and proof-reading for Arabic questionnaires. Tina is also involved in training and briefing of Indigenous interviewers in remote communities, takes responsibility for the management of the McNair ‘Do Not Call’ register and proof-reading of statistical and written reports.
Tina is a member of The Research Society and is currently building her research knowledge through the participation in AMSRS courses on quantitative and qualitative techniques and applications.