50 Fresher Data Collection A’ Level Enumerator Jobs – Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS)

Organisation: Uganda Bureau
of Statistics (UBOS)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Reports to: Statistician
Job Ref: UBOS/AAS/E/16
About US:
The Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) is a semi-autonomous body
established by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics Act, 1998, to promote the
production of reliable official statistics and ensure the development and maintenance
of the National Statistical System (NSS). The mandate of the Bureau is the
Production, Coordination and Dissemination of Official Statistics. The Bureau
intends to conduct the Annual Agricultural Survey 2016/17.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
The Enumerators will locate the structures and
households in the sample which are assigned to him/her and complete the
Household Questionnaire;
The incumbent will interview all eligible
members in the households assigned to him/her, using the Questionnaire;
Ensure that all questionnaires are filled
Responsible for the safety of all survey
materials allocated
Make the necessary preparation for the fieldwork
Administer the respective questionnaire to all
selected households
Edit and cross check errors in the collected
Prepare and submit field reports
Responsible for all survey materials allocated
Submit duly completed questionnaires to the
relevant authority
Should be physically fit to walk long distances
Qualifications, Skills and
ideal candidates for the Enumerator jobs must at least hold a Uganda Advanced
Certificate Education with credit in math and English at O’level.
The applicant
should have participated in agricultural and/or socio-economic survey
data collection exercises for at least 2 months.
use of computers or other digital devices for data collection is an added
of maturity, friendliness and willingness to work away from home for
periods of approximately 2 months’ fieldwork;
literacy skills
numerical and analytical skills
interpersonal skills.
communication skills.
leadership and team building skills.
Enumerators must be fluent, both written and oral, in at least one of these
local languages: Ateso, Luganda, Lugbara, Luo, Ngakarimojong, Runyankole –
Rukiga, Runyoro – Rutoro, Lusoga, Lumasaaba;
Age: Between 22 – 45 years
Duration: Six months
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to
apply online by submitting relevant copies of academic transcripts,
certificates and relevant appointment letters. (PDF at least maximum of 1 MB)
at the link below.
Click Here (Please
carefully read the instructions before you proceed to apply)
Deadline: 5th September, 2016 by
5:00 pm
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