440 Temporary Governmental Jobs – The Central Statistics office is recruiting

440 Census Field Supervisors, The CSO is recruiting!

Check out https://beyond2020.cso.ie/recruitment/recruitmenthome.aspx

I thought these role are a welcome difference, as they are homebased!

They are looking for 440 Census Field Supervisors, as the Census of Population will be held on 10 April 2011. The Central Statistics Office requires persons to work full-time on a temporary fixed purpose contract basis from January 2011 until June 2011.
Successful applicants will manage the census field force at a district level.
The work will be challenging and varied.

Here are some details out of the …
Personal Specification

1. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS – to be eligible for consideration candidates must

have proven experience of staff management preferably in an off-site capacity and the organisation of work for groups of up to ten people in the recent past, i.e. within the past five years

have proven experience of working to tight deadlines and achieving well defined outputs

have proven experience of organising and delivering training programmes

be computer literate and be familiar with basic Microsoft packages

In Addition

be available full-time for the contract term

have good command of English, both written and verbal

hold a current full driving licence and have the full-time use of a car for the contract term

must provide secure and confidential storage in their home for all census material and equipment for their field district (see Paragraph 15)

have the requisite knowledge and ability to undertake the duties of the post

be a citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA)

2. DESIRABLE that Candidates should have

a good general education

have /had some involvement in the recruitment of staff

some experience in supervising/conducting household surveys, market research interviewing or practical social work.

Closing date: The competition will close at 5pm on Friday 24th September.


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