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Moses Kotane Institute: 2022 Data Collector Learning Program

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Moses Kotane Institute Invites Unemployed Matriculates to Apply for Data Collectors Learnerships Program 2022

Closing date: 09 January 2022
Job type: Full time
Location: KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Job description

The Moses Kotane Institute is looking for suitably qualified KZN youth (aged 18-35) to help collect data for research. The Moses Kotane Institute is looking for suitably qualified unemployed KZN graduates to collect data for research purposes. The opportunity will be matched to various research projects from time to time during the contract period.

The following opportunities/positions are open to applications:

data collector

Requirements:

Minimum NQF level 6.
NQF Level 7 and above will be an added advantage.
Data Collection Supervisor

Requirements:

Minimum NQF level 9.
NQF Level 10 will be an added advantage.
Access and ability to control a smart mobile device.
Appointment conditions:

NQF level 6 – R323 per day,
NQF level 7- R461 per day,
NQF level 8 – R600 per day,
NQF level 9 – R738 per day,
NQF Level 10 – R876 per day.
NB. Unemployed graduates will be part of a pool of graduates who will be assigned projects from time to time during the contract period. Graduates must indicate the department where they currently or usually reside to facilitate project assignment.

Responsibilities:

Data Collector Responsibilities:

Conduct the data collection process ethically and in accordance with all reasonable instructions from the MKI (i.e. go door to door to collect information from individuals and/or households; use the work tools assigned for data collection).
Collect data with the level of care, competence, dedication and reasonable
Regulatory Responsibilities for Data Collection:

Monitoring data field
Conduct the data collection process ethically and in accordance with all reasonable instructions from the MKI (i.e. go door-to-door) to collect information from individuals and/or households; use the work tools assigned for data collection.
Collect data with the level of care, competence, dedication and reasonable
General management fees
Ensure ethical data collection

Computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel),
Good communication skills,
Proficiency in English and isiZulu.
A driver’s license older than 3 years is an additional advantage.

How to apply?
Reference number: MKI 1000-DC 01/2021

Keep in mind that:

Interested unemployed graduates should apply through the link above and upload:

a resume;
an account confirmation letter stamped by the bank;
proof of residence, certified copy of identity document,
certified copy of driving license and certified copies of relevant qualifications.
All certificates must not be older than 6 months from the date of this advertisement.

Closing date for applications is 09 January 2022 at 23:59.

For administrative questions you can send a WhatsApp to the HR Manager on 065 983 9257.

Candidates who have not heard from MKI within 6 weeks of the closing date may consider their application rejected. The Institute reserves the right not to appoint.

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