QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE FIELD INTERVIEWERS FOR THE RECKITT STUDY Posted on July 13, 2022 by lillian osano CAREERS GET INVOLVED // CAREERS QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE FIELD INTERVIEWERS FOR THE RECKITT STUDY DEADLINE: July 25, 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 evaluate the status of handwashing practices in Kenya, and design handwashing facilities that will be managed and maintained by community members in low income areas within Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa and Kisumu. Qualitative Field Interviewers Duties and responsibilities Recruit study participants who meet the eligibility criteria. Mobilize study participants. Consent study participants. Conduct in-depth interviews, key informant interviews and focus group discussions. Write and submit comprehensive notes of interviews and discussions. Ensure that data is of high quality. Prepare field progress reports and updates in liaison with the supervisor. Any other task assigned by the supervisor or project manager. Minimum qualifications required Should have a Bachelor’s degree. Be a resident of Nairobi (preferably from Kangemi), Nakuru (preferably from Kwa Rhonda and Kaptembwo), Mombasa (preferably from Kisumu Ndogo and Mishomoroni), and Kisumu (preferably from Obunga and Manyatta). Have proven experience in data collection using electronic data capture methods. Proficient in English, Kiswahili, and local languages in the respective areas (verbal and written). Excellent interpersonal and report writing skills. Must be fully available for the training and during the entire data collection period. Quantitative Field Interviewers Duties and responsibilities Recruit the study participants who meet the eligibility criteria. Consent participants. Mobilize study participants. Conduct surveys. Write and submit comprehensive notes of data collection and any other observations. Prepare field progress reports and updates in liaison with the supervisor. Ensure that data is of high quality and participate in resolving queries as they arise. Any other task assigned by the supervisor or project manager Minimum qualifications required Must have at least a KCSE (C plain) and above. Be a resident of Nairobi (preferably from Kangemi), Nakuru (preferably from Kwa Rhonda and Kaptembwo), Mombasa (preferably from Kisumu Ndogo and Mishomoroni), and Kisumu (preferably from Obunga and Manyatta). Have proven experience and skills in quantitative data collection, e.g., using a survey tool and conducting structured observations. Have proven experience in data collection using electronic data capture methods Proficient in English, Kiswahili and local languages in the four areas. Excellent interpersonal, and report writing skills Be prepared to work full-time on the project for the duration of the study. Interested candidates are invited to submit their application letter and CV with contacts of three referees to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th July 2022. Please indicate on the subject line of the email “Qualitative Field Interviewer – Reckitt study” if applying for the qualitative position or “Quantitative Field Interviewer- Reckitt 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.