20 Field Enumerators – i-APS Uganda Jobs
Job Title: 20 Field Enumerators
Organization: International Advisory, Products, and Systems (i-APS)
Duty station:Kiryandongo, Nakapiripirit, Moroto, Kotido, Kaabong, Yumbe, Terego, Koboko, Obongi, Adjumani, Madi Okollo, Lamwo, Isingiro, Kamwenge, Kikuube, and Kyegegwa.
Roles and responsibilities:
- Participate in training and pretesting of data collection tools prior to the field data collection (quantitative surveys)
- Administer and obtain Informed Consent from participants
- Conduct quantitative data collection (surveys) under direction of Field Coordinator
- Enter responses accurately (without alterations or omissions) during the interviews onto the tablet using KOBO Collect (enter data with diligence).
- Syncing the data collected daily to the server
- Conduct qualitative data collection, if it is requested by the Field Coordinator
- Verbatim Data Transcription for each qualitative data collected
- Daily update on the data collection to the Field Coordinator
- Participate in data quality control and assurance, and respond to all data queries that may arise
- Answer questions that the respondents may ask before and or during the course of data collection
- Protect the tablets being used for the data collection
- Participate in de-briefing meetings at the close of data collection
- Take care of all field data collection tools and equipment such as tablets
- Execute any other duties assigned by the field coordinator
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Agribusiness, Economics, Social Sciences, Development Studies, Social works or any other related course.
- At least 2/3 years of experience in conducting face to face survey, Key Informant Interviews and Focus group discussions
- Possession of a Certificate in Good Clinical Practice and/or Human Subjects Protection
- Ability to work well in a team
- Prior experience in conducting evaluations in Refugee settlements
- Good knowledge of ethical principles in conducting evaluations
- Experience in using KOBO Collect (or any similar programme) for electronic data collection
- Experience in transcribing KIIs and FGDs
- Knowledge/working experience in one of the evaluation target locations of Kiryandongo, Nakapiripirit, Moroto, Kotido, Kaabong, Yumbe, Terego, Koboko, Obongi, Adjumani, Madi Okollo, Lamwo, Isingiro, Kamwenge, Kikuube, and Kyegegwa.
- Fluent in English language (reading, writing and speaking)
- MUST be able to fluently speak and write one of the following local languages; Lugara, Madi, Acholi, Juba Arabic, Bari, Dinka, French,Nga Karimojong, Runyankore-Rukiga, Runyoro, and Rutoro
- MUST be available for the entire duration of the data collection.
How To Apply:
Interested applicants should submit their applications online via the link below:
Application Deadline: July 15, 2023; 5:00 Pm.