QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE FIELD INTERVIEWERS Posted on 31/10/2022 by lillian osano CAREERS GET INVOLVED // CAREERS QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE FIELD INTERVIEWERS DEADLINE: November 15, 2022 OPEN JOB SHARE THIS JOB: The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is an African-led and Africa based international research institute committed to conducting high quality and policy relevant multidisciplinary research. Our research addresses important development issues and challenges facing sub-Saharan Africa in areas such as education, population, health, aging, urbanization and wellbeing. Our goal is to generate evidence for meaningful action, engage with policy makers in the region to disseminate our research findings, influence policy decisions, and improve the quality of life in Africa. The APHRC invites applications for Qualitative and Quantitative Field Interviewers in a study that aims to understand the overall quality of Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) services within health facilities in low-income settings. The study will explore readiness of facilities to provide MNCH services and the perception of quality of services from the patients and providers. The survey will take place between the month of November and December, 2022 in health facilities in Korogocho and Viwandani. QUALITATIVE FIELD INTERVIEWERS Duties and Responsibilities Conducting in-depth interviews with clients and health providers in selected facilities. Ensuring that data integrity is always maintained while minimizing errors in data gathering and transmission. Timely completion of scheduled activities and filing reports of work done. Communicating promptly challenges and issues arising from the field to the team leaders and field supervisors. Other related activities assigned by the supervisor and project manager. Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Clinical Medicine or any other related discipline. Ability to conduct qualitative interviews in both Kiswahili and English. Previous experience in translation and transcription of qualitative interviews will be an added advantage. Must be a resident of Korogocho or Viwandani. Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. QUANTITATIVE FIELD INTERVIEWERS Duties and Responsibilities Conducting quantitative surveys with clients in the selected health facilities. Ensuring that data integrity is always maintained while minimizing errors in data gathering and transmission. Timely completion of scheduled activities and filing reports of work done. Communicating promptly challenges and issues arising from the field to the team leaders and field supervisors. Other related activities assigned by the supervisor and project manager. Minimum Qualifications Completed the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and obtained a minimum grade of C plain. Diploma in Nursing, Clinical Medicine or any other related field will be an added advantage. Previous experience in conducting health facility surveys. Proficient in computer applications with experience in using electronic data capture methods in data entry/data collection e.g. SurveyCTO or similar applications. Have strong interpersonal and communications skills. Must be a resident of Korogocho or Viwandani. Application documents should include: Cover letter CV with contact details for three referees Copy of National ID Copies of your academic certificates and relevant testimonials. Interested candidates are invited to submit the above documents via email to email@example.com by 15th November 2022. Please indicate on the subject line of the email “Qualitative Field Interviewer – MNCH Urban City study” if applying for the qualitative position or “Quantitative Field Interviewer- MNCH Urban City study” if applying for quantitative. In the cover letter, indicate your area of residence. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. PLEASE NOTE: APPLICANTS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO MAKE ANY PAYMENTS TO ANYONE DURING ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS. APHRC and Flexi Personnel are equal opportunity employers and are committed to the protection of vulnerable persons.