ENUMERATORS – GOAL
Who we are
GOAL is an international non-denominational, non-governmental and non-political humanitarian organisation dedicated to work towards ensuring the poorest and most vulnerable in our world and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food, water and sanitation, healthcare and education. We began humanitarian and developmental work in Zimbabwe from 2002. Currently our focus is on Livelihoods, Nutrition and WASH activities.
Career Opportunities with GOAL
GOAL is an equal opportunities employer to all individuals seeking possible employment with the organisation. We are therefore seeking to recruit and create a database of Casual Enumerators to assist with beneficiary interviewing; data collection and capturing into the beneficiary database on a casual and short-term basis. Successful candidates will be engaged on a rotational basis as and when need for Enumerators arises. Potential employment seekers preferably residents of the stated districts are therefore encouraged to apply.
What we are looking for:
ENUMERATORS- MUTARE, CHIPINGE, CHIMANIMANI, BUHERA, MASVINGO, BIKITA, GUTU
General Description of the Role
Reporting to the MEAL Officer, the Enumerators will be primarily responsible for conducting beneficiary interviewing; data collection, entry and analysis; registration in the target wards. The registered beneficiaries must be captured into a database which will be used for the monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning system for the projects.
Summary of Key Duties
- Participate in all the technical orientation and mentorship sessions organized by GOAL or assigned partner(s)
- Conduct household surveys for target beneficiaries (volume of work is based on assessment design)
- Take part in Key informant interviews and focus group discussions as assigned by the assessment leader
- Review survey documents in order to ensure accuracy of data.
- Ensure adherence to a laid down Code of Conduct
- Complete all planned tasks in required time frame evidenced by submission of completed tasks to the supervisor.
The ideal person should possess the following:
- Minimum of a certificate in project monitoring and evaluation, development studies, social sciences or equivalent.
- At least one-year demonstrable experience in implementing surveys and other research activities within an NGO environment.
- Demonstrated experience in applying quantitative and qualitative /participatory research methods including skills in digital data gathering techniques.
- Knowledge of urban local environment and community dynamics
- Proficiency in using mobile technology and standard computer software, especially MS office as well as data entry/statistical packages, such as MS Access, SPSS, Minitab, Epi Info.
- Active listener who captures exact response from respondents.
- Understanding of mainstreaming principles – Gender, HIV/AIDS & Child Protection.
- Confident presentation and facilitation skills, proven record in provision and facilitation of trainings.
- Ability to build rapport and good working relationships with peers and stakeholders
How to apply
Interested individuals who meet the above specifications should apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly indicating the position being applied for and preferred district on the subject line of the email. The application must include an application letter; and a Current CV with full contact details of at least three contactable referees on or before Sunday the 9th of February 2020.