Research Officer

Research Officers supervise research projects from the early planning stages to project completion.

Research Officer

Research Officer

Roles and responsibilities

What does an Research Officer do?
Research Officer may perform the following tasks:
  • help determine the goals of the research project as well as research methods, variables and other test parameters
  • review and analyze data during the course of the project
  • communicate with team members and verify that all projects and tasks are on schedule
  • report project progress to supervisors and other committees
  • make research schedules to monitor the activities of research teams.
What personal requirements will you need?
  • data collection and analysis
  • statistical computer software programs
  • qualitative data research
  • quantitative data sets
  • project management
  • communications.
What does an Research Officer do?
Research Officer may perform the following tasks:
  • help determine the goals of the research project as well as research methods, variables and other test parameters
  • review and analyze data during the course of the project
  • communicate with team members and verify that all projects and tasks are on schedule
  • report project progress to supervisors and other committees
  • make research schedules to monitor the activities of research teams.
What personal requirements will you need?
  • data collection and analysis
  • statistical computer software programs
  • qualitative data research
  • quantitative data sets
  • project management
  • communications.
Postgraduate Courses To Become

Research Officer