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Enumerator Job Vacancy (UG)

Research Support Services Ltd.
Ref: RSS/2016/08/01/AATF/UGANDA

Research Support Services Ltd. (RSS Group) is an independent employee-owned research consulting and institutional strengthening firm established to conduct health, policy, social, agricultural, environmental and development research through innovation, partnership and capacity building, with the aim of promoting evidence based decision making processes. 

RSS is currently looking enumerators for short term assignment to participate in data collection for one of its agricultural based household survey projects in Uganda (Eastern Area). 

The project focuses on maize farming and pest/weed control (Striga). 

We are seeking qualified and self-motivated individuals with the following key qualifications;
  • Experience in conducting interviews on sensitive topics for research purposes preferably in the key sectors of agriculture, agribusiness management, rural finance, rural markets, environment, gender and economic empowerment;
  • Past experience in conducting household  based studies  especially within poor and rural communities in Kenya in key areas  of maize farming, pests & weed control(Striga), project evaluations and seeds value chains;
  • Good written and verbal skills in English and Swahili; Knowledge of local languages and farming practices within the regions is a plus
  • Advanced degree(preferred)  or undergraduate qualifications  in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness Management, Social Sciences, Community Development, Statistics, Population Studies or any relevant discipline from a recognized institution.
  • Experience in qualitative & quantitative data collection with a demonstration of good interviewing skills & community entry; Experience in use of PDAs/mobile phones for data collection;
  • Extensive experience in qualitative data recording and a demonstration of skilled interviewing, expert note-taking, high quality transcription and translation; especially in Swahili to English;
  • Good working knowledge of office computer applications preferably Word and Excel. Additional knowledge of any quantitative and qualitative statistical package will be an added advantage (e.g. SPSS, R, STATA, Nvivo);
  • Familiarity with the use of digital voice recorders for data collection, GPS equipment and PDAs/Android Tablets for data collection, photography and recording.
The data collection work shall be conducted in Uganda between September and November 2016. We shall select researchers who emanate from and/or have knowledge of the local communities.

If you feel you are the right person we are looking for, send a cover letter and CV together with copies of academic certificates/transcripts to;

Ensure you state the vacancy reference in the subject line; and the local region where you are most familiar with. 

Applications MUST be received on or before 25th August 2016. 

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