5 No Experience Data Collection Jobs – Quantitative Household Survey Enumerators – International Rescue Committee

 

Job Title:    IKEA/Re:Build Quantitative
Household Survey Enumerators (5 No Experience Data Collection Jobs)

Organization: International
Rescue Committee

Duty Station:
Kampala, Uganda

 

About US:

The International
Rescue Committee helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by
conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. It
was created by Albert Einstein more than 80 years and has been working in
Uganda since 1998. It has particularly working in the conflict zones where tens
of thousands of people have been kills and over 1.6 million displaced.
Following a peace agreement in 2006, Ugandans are returning home and looking to
rebuild their lives. The IRC is there to protect women and children from
violence and exploitation by fostering a safe environment and encouraging
education, and is supporting farmers and small businesses, and helping
communities promote peace and long-term development.

 

About Program:

The IRC has been
implementing ERD programs in northern Uganda since 2005. The IRC is going to be
awarded a grant under the Refugees in East Africa:  Boosting Urban Innovations for Livelihoods
Development (Re:Build) project funded by IKEA Foundation to implement a 5 years
project in Kampala and Nairobi cities. The program focuses specifically on
promoting economic self-reliance for refugees and vulnerable host communities
in Kampala and Nairobi by assisting (a) people to have sustainable livelihoods
and (b) facilitating the creation of strong markets and effective and
responsive city services that are accessible to all residents. To implement
this project, the IRC is seeking for a qualified and competent Ugandan to fill
the position of an IKEA/Re:Build Quantitative Household Survey Enumerator to be
based in Kampala.

 

Job Summary:  The IKEA/Re:Build Quantitative Household
Survey Enumerators will work in close cooperation with the Lead Enumerator to
carry out a quantitative household survey for NINE (9) days, including ONE (1)
day of training and tool testing. 
Together with the RE:BUILD Team, the enumerators will test, coordinate,
and ensure the timeliness and quality implementation of the Gender analysis
targeting at least 200 respondents as part of a survey.

 

The data collected
in the survey under the guidance of the lead consultant and IRC’s Gender
Equality Advisor for East Africa will capture the clients’ perspectives during
RE:BUILD inception phase in Kampala and help inform program design, and serve
as a baseline.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·       
Interact
with refugees and community members in Kampala with the highest level of
professionalism and respect

·       
Explain
the study rationale comprehensively and answer questions from the public about
the study

·       
Recruit
participants to take part in the study

·       
Seek and
obtain informed consent from study participants

·       
Interview
participants using study tools

·       
Collect
data under the guidance of the lead enumerator using tablets for the survey,
and detailed notes/and recordings where possible for the qualitative component

·       
Synchronize
the collected data into the server every evening and submit the tablets to IRC
staff every evening – the tablets will be distributed to the enumerators every
morning during the entire period that the exercise will take place

·       
Complete
daily scheduled activities and all tasks assigned by the team leader in a
timely manner

·       
Position
may involve extensive day travel and walking in the communities

 




Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       
The
ideal candidate for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Senior Specialist,
M&E Technology – East Africa job placement must hold a Diploma or
equivalent from a recognized institution

·       
Other
qualifications in M & E shall be an added advantage

·       
Ability
to manage own workload and deliver to deadlines

·       
Ability
to work independently and be confident in addressing a crowd

·       
Experience
working with tablets and computers for data entry

·       
Experience
administering surveys and/or conducting interviews

·       
Previous
research work experience is an advantage

·       
Strong
organizational skills, ability to take responsibility and prioritize
efficiently

·       
Strong
attention to detail

·       
Ability
to enhance good interpersonal relationship.

·       
A good
command of both written and spoken English. Knowledge of Luganda, Swahilli,
Somali, Lingala and/ or Amarik will be an advantage.

·       
Excellent
organizational skills

·       
Works
both independently and collaboratively with team members to achieve results.

·       
Relates
and works well with people of different cultures, gender and backgrounds.

·       
Flexibility
and prepared to work additional hours

·       
Ability
to multi-task

·       
Able to
respond rapidly to changing environments, yet remain productive and focused;

·       
Strong
and fast computer skills (primarily Word, Excel, and Power Point and outlook).

 

How to Apply:

All suitably
qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at the link
below.

 

Click
Here

 

The IRC and IRC
workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in IRC Way – Standards
for Professional Conduct.  These are Integrity, Service, and
Accountability.  In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and
enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child
Safeguarding, Anti Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and
Anti-Retaliation.

 

Deadline: 12th December 2020

 

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