We are seeking a Census Enumerator to join our team. The Census Enumerator will be responsible for collecting and recording data from households and individuals in a specific area. This role is suitable for individuals who are detail-oriented, have excellent communication skills, and are comfortable working independently. If you are interested in contributing to the collection of important data that will inform policy decisions, we encourage you to apply.
- Conduct door-to-door visits to households and individuals to collect census data
- Use electronic devices to record and transmit data accurately and securely
- Follow established procedures and protocols for data collection
- Maintain confidentiality and privacy of all information collected
- Respond to questions and concerns from individuals regarding the census process
The Census Enumerator plays a critical role in collecting accurate and comprehensive data that will inform policy decisions at the local, state, and national levels. The Enumerator will work independently to collect data from households and individuals in a specific area. This role requires excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to follow established procedures and protocols.
- Execute door-to-door visits to households and individuals to gather census information
- Utilize electronic devices to accurately document and securely transmit collected data
- Adhere to predefined procedures and protocols for data gathering, including verification of information and resolving data discrepancies
- Ensure the confidentiality and privacy of all data collected. Make sure it adheres to privacy standards and regulations
- Address any inquiries or concerns raised by individuals regarding the census process, providing clear and accurate responses
- Provide accurate and timely updates to supervisors regarding progress and any issues encountered during data collection
Requirements and Skills:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Strong attention to detail and ability to follow established procedures and protocols
- Comfortable working independently and managing time effectively
- Ability to use electronic devices for data collection and transmission
- Comfortable working in a variety of settings, including residential areas and public spaces
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and privacy of all information collected
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
The census is conducted every 10 years to collect data on the population and housing in the United States. This data is used to inform policy decisions and allocate resources.
You will be collecting basic demographic information, such as age, gender, and race, as well as information about housing, such as the number of people living in a household and the type of housing.
No, we will provide all necessary training and equipment for the job.
Review and Approval:
All job descriptions must be reviewed and approved by the HR department before being published.