Concern Worldwide Enumerator Jobs Kenya (30 Posts)



Enumerator Job at Concern Worldwide

Concern Worldwide is an international non-governmental humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.

The City of Nairobi exemplifies rapid urbanization amidst deteriorating economic and health conditions. More than 60% of urban poor reside in the informal settlements. Urban poverty is characterised by lack of employment, low wages and returns from informal employment, and extremely poor levels of basic services such as housing, sanitation, health care and education.

Conditions in the informal settlements create greater exposure to violence (often sexual and gender based), unwanted pregnancies and adverse health and nutrition outcomes, particularly for women and children. To determine the current situation in health and nutrition outcomes, Concern Worldwide is planning to conduct a Health and Nutrition Survey.

The purpose of the casual engagement is to pilot the data collection tools and conduct the actual data collection for the Health and Nutrition smart survey.

Enumerator Job Deliverables

  • Quantitative data using the ODK or questionnaires
  • Qualitative data using the Focus Group Discussions and the Key Informant Interviews

Twelve (12) days of which four (4) days will be for training. The assignment will be in April 2017.
Informal settlements in Nairobi County: Makadara, Embakasi East, Embakasi West, Ruaraka, Kasarani, Starehe, Kamukunji, Westlands and Dagoretti.

Concern shall pay the enumerators a fee of Kes 1500 per day for eight (8) days during the data collection. Kenya Shillings Five Hundred (Kes 500) only shall be paid during the four (4) days’ training . All payments will be made via MPESA upon successful completion of the assignment.

Concern will engage the Enumerator on a casual basis. The focal point for the above assignment will be the Officer Health and Nutrition – Survey and Surveillance. Concern will provide tea and lunch during training days.

How to Apply
Interested applicants, who meet the requirements, should send their CV and Cover Letter to [email protected] with the subject of the email as ‘Enumerator’

The closing date for applications is Friday, 31st March 2017.

Each application should include at least three (3) referees who can validate technical expertise.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

Concern has a Code of Conduct and a Programme Participant Protection Policy to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from abuse and exploitation.