The Human Science Research Council (HSRC) is on a recruitment drive for data collection field workers.
The Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA) within the Human Sciences Research Council is seeking to appoint fieldwork data collectors / interviewers for its project, ”Food Security and Nutrition Survey in South Africa”. AISA seeks to appoint 150 (One hundred and fifty) fieldworker data collectors / interviewers who will collect data for a period of 4-12 weeks in selected districts within the Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo Provinces. Unemployed university and TVET college graduates residing any of the districts of the above mentioned Provinces are encouraged to apply.
Fieldwork interviews / data collection will be preceded by training, which will be provided by HSRC. Successful applicants will need to ensure that they are able to avail themselves for the full duration of the project (including the training period).
The requirements for the post as follows:
•A Minimum completed NQF level 6 qualification from a recognized South African university or TVET College;
•Experience in qualitative and quantitative fieldwork .ie. undertakings surveys, focus group discussions and key informant interviews;
•Experience with digital data collection methods & equipment (tablets);
•Fluency in English and any other local languages for the identified districts is a key requirement;
•Must be resident in any Districts in the province as indicated above and must be able to travel to the research areas or central point of collection;
•Availability to work from January to February 2021; and be available to work over weekends if required; and
•South African citizens only.
For enquiries only, not applications, please contact the following people:
Please contact Dr V Mjimba on 066-072-2763 and/or Ms E Maritz on 066-072-2628
Application deadline is 04 November 2020.
Application for these posts will be online, click on your preferred location to apply