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Date Posted: Apr 30, 2009

 
 

Are you one of the displaced workers, under graduates or fresh graduates who are looking for decent job? Better prepare your resumés and apply now the DSWD newest program for employment.

 

 

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) were looking for 9,733 individuals who will work as enumerators and encoders who will conduct surveys and will create a database on the country’s 4.7 million poor families.

 

DSWD has hired fresh graduates and displaced workers last March where they hired 4,851 from around the country where they were disseminated across the region to conduct the survey for their poverty-mapping project.

 

To be qualified, an enumerator should be educationally capable and physically fit to perform survey under changing weather. An encoder must be computer literate to be qualified. Many jobseekers grabbed the offer as it opens last month; however, the job just takes for 1 month.

 

The contract will just last for 30 days, but can be extended based on the performance. Ideal for those displaced workers and foreign graduates who were looking for side jobs as they look for permanent job.

 

DSWD has allocated P517.14 million budget for the project where in they are giving P300-480 per day salary to each enumerators and encoders. An enumerator can earn up to P480, P30 per each household he has covered. On the other hand, encoder can earn up to P300, P3 per household.

 

Enumerators visit homes to asked basic questions to figure out the situation of each family. Enumerators will interview the head of the family and will ask questions like, what type of materials used in building their homes to their tenure of housing, and from the household members' educational attainment to their access to basic services.

 

All hired enumerators and encoder will be screened and orient before they sent out to various places. Moreover, each enumerators and encoders will not be deployed to their respective village to ensure the objectivity of the survey.

 

DSWD still needs thousands of enumerators and encoders for the continuous poverty-mapping project from April-December this year. For interested applicants, you may visit and apply in person at DSWD main and regional office across the country.

 

 

 

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