Wednesday, March 21, 2018

25 Vacancies at Tanzania Red Cross Society and Belgian Red Cross

  Xpresstz       Wednesday, March 21, 2018
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Tanzania Red Cross Society and Belgian Red Cross – Flanders are looking for data
collectors to conduct a household survey
Qualification Level: Bachelor
Experience Level: Entry level
Experience Length: Less than 1 year
Job Description


Tanzania Red Cross Society and Belgian Red Cross – Flanders are looking for data collectors to conduct a household survey in April-May 2018.

Position: Data collector/ enumerator for social research

No. of candidate required: 25

Main tasks: Conduct household interviews about hand washing and behaviours related to personal hygiene, latrine use, safe water supply and health.

Specific tasks:
Participate in a 5 day training (16th – 20th April)
Conduct household interviews about handwashing, sanitation and health
Conduct spot checks in households about handwashing & sanitation

Required Qualification:
Bachelor degree or university student (social science, e.g. psychology, sociology, etc.)
Excellent communication skills in English and Swahili (written and spoken).
Excellent skills in use of smart phones
Experience with social research, especially interviewing will be an advantage.
Integrity, social skills, problem solving skills, sense of precision and ability to work self-dependently.
Good knowledge of the research area, preferably living in the area.
Commitment for participation in similar follow-up data collections in April 2019/2020/2021 and October 2021 is preferred

Place of work: Buhigwe District, Tanzania

Type of employment: Temporary contract for approximately 5 weeks in April-May 2018

Apply Online Through The below link

  APPLY HERE ONLINE

You will be responsible to administer aprox. 5 interviews a day from Monday to Saturday during a time period of 4 weeks
Daily reports and exchange with your supervisor

When the enumerator successfully completed all specific tasks he/she will be granted with a ‘certificate of attendance’ and the opportunity to participate in follow-up data collections in April 2019, April 2020, April 2021 and October 2021.
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