TRANSCRIBERS FOR ARISE RESEARCH PROJECT IN NAIROBI Posted on 19/02/2020 (19/02/2020) by Moreen Nkonge CAREERS GET INVOLVED // CAREERS TRANSCRIBERS FOR ARISE RESEARCH PROJECT IN NAIROBI DEADLINE: February 21, 2020 OPEN JOB SHARE THIS JOB: The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization that carries out policy-relevant research on population, health, education and development issues facing sub-Saharan Africa. The APHRC invites applications for transcribers in an upcoming study addressing accountability for equity in informal settlements (ARISE) in Nairobi, Kenya. The aim of the study is to understand the role of accountability for improving equitable health and wellbeing for vulnerable populations living and working in informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya. Minimum qualifications required: 1. Diploma in a social science discipline 2. Previous experience in transcription and translation 3. Basic knowledge in computers specifically Microsoft Word 4. Typing speed of 60WPM and above 5. Can work under tight deadlines without supervision 6. Self-disciplined and able to submit self-edited high-quality work 7. Good listening skills 8. Understands Kiswahili and English and is conversant with different accents. Main Responsibilities: 1. Transcription and translation of qualitative interviews 2. Developing a coding framework and project themes 3. Other tasks related to transcription and translation assigned by the project tea Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter together with a CV with contact details of three referees. Please indicate “Transcriber – ARISE project” on the email subject. Applications should be submitted as attachments via e-mail to email@example.com, to reach us by close of business on February 21, 2020. 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 is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the protection of children.