We love people
who love clever solutions.
Are you one of them?
Each Associate will be closely mentored by their manager to walk through full project management cycle and get exposed to various tasks that require practical application of methods and agile solutions.
On top of that, forget about such market research stereotypes – you will find no boring data-crunching geeks or statistical nerds here. This is a true hub of cool, smart, ambitious and party peeps in Saigon!
The information was communicated very thoroughly and transparently from the beginning, giving me a clear idea of what to expect and prepare.
I also got to learn about the functions
and organizations of each team in the company, which helped me narrow the options that best fit my interests.
Decision Lab provides a great opportunity for you to step into the dynamic environment of market research.
A combination of training, mentoring and on-the-job experience is designed to expose you to multiple areas of expertise, challenge your ambitions and develop you into a leading consultant of the industry. And working here is really fun too.
Once applied to the MRC program, you can reserve your starting date for future intakes. For example, if you applied for the Spring intake of 2017, but can’t join us on Feb 2020, you’ll still have the opportunities to start out on August 2020 or February 2020.
This is a full-time position tailored to final year students, recent graduates, or young professionals with a few years of working experience.
If you are a part-time working student, you are still eligible to apply but please bear in mind that you need to arrange your time properly to be available during business hours.
We welcome applicants from any business-related majors in general, because we really think that your college major doesn't matter that much, as long as you are indeed passionate and interested in market research.
The first round that you’ll need to pass is common for whichever job you apply, which is the resume and cover letter, so we will screen applicants first through this process.
After that, you will have to do an online test, which will test how much you are actually suitable for market research (logic, math, essay, etc...)
Finally, there will be two rounds of interviews with your future peers and our co-founders. In total, there are four rounds.
The answer is yes. Decision Lab’s office is located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. We have always welcomed talents from across Vietnam and overseas. In fact, more than half of your future colleagues are from places like Ha Noi, Hai Phong, Da Nang, Copenhagen, New Delhi, Manila, just to name a few.
After receiving your application, if qualified, we will invite you to take an online assessment to evaluate your logical thinking and writing skills. If successfully passed the online test, you would be invited to the second round of face-to-face interviews with Decision Lab's consultants and co-founders.
For candidates who live outside Ho Chi Minh City, we'll conduct the online interviews via Skype, which we have done successfully in the past.
We are looking for an ideal number of 5 exceptional candidates on this intake. However, it's the quality of the candidates that drives the success of the recruitment, not the number. We rarely compromise on this matter.
Regardless of your past experiences, we believe that your attitude toward the challenges and the ability to learn are the ingredients for success.
We encourage you to still apply. We welcome applicants from various backgrounds with interest and the willingness to learn about market research.
You will have a small chat with 1-2 members of the Decision Lab team. This informal conversation aims to help us find out more about you and your personality to see if you are right for us. It also works both ways: it is a chance for you to assess if we are the right company for you. Once we notify you the outcome of the interview, you can proceed into the final interview.
You will have an interview with one of our cofounders/directors (Thue or Aske) and one member of the Decision Lab team. The interview consists of 3 parts: case study analysis, case study presentation, and a face-to-face interview. It aims to assess your analytical competency, presentation skills and your attitude to see if you and Decision Lab are truly a perfect match.