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Census 2021 Field Manager

Adecco - Hobart, TAS

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin


Full Job Description
Temporary (casual) position with working hours across days, evenings & weekends
Contract dates between 6 May 2021 and 3 October 2021
$36.90 per hour (inclusive of 25% loading), plus superannuation

About the Census
The Census of Population and Housing (Census) is run every five years and is one of the largest and most important collections to count the number of people and houses in Australia. The Census collects information about where we live, age, our culture, religion, income, education, living and housing arrangements. The information is used to make important decisions, such as government funding, input into policy-making and electoral boundaries.
The next Census will be held on 10 August 2021.

Client Details

About the Australian Bureau of Statistics
We are Australia's national statistical agency. We aim to understand Australia's data needs to inform important decisions about our nation's future.


About the role
As a Field Manager (FM), you will lead and manage a team of up to twelve Census Field Officers in your geographical location. You will be required to complete 'Train the trainer' training prior to facilitating Census Field Officer training in your area. In addition, you will also assist with the recruitment and engagement activities of Census Establishment Officers to facilitate the enumeration of establishments and non-private dwellings such as hotels, hospitals and nursing homes.

In your role you will be required to:
Undertake online training between 6-8 May 2021, and virtual classroom training between 10-23 May and again between 1-14 July 2021.
Receive a bulk delivery of Census materials at your home, ensuring they are securely stored in your home at all times.
Familiarise yourself with your allocated work area noting any work health or safety issues.
Deliver Census materials to, and collect Census materials from households for secure return to the ABS.
Visit households which have been escalated to you for action and encourage the household to participate.
Conduct assisted interviews with people who request help to complete their Census form.
Use your own electronic device (smart phone or tablet) to record your activities in the field. Please refer to the Eligibility and Position Requirements section of this document.
Assist with the recruitment of Field Officers within your allocated work area.
Promote Census participation and answer questions from the public about the Census.
Monitor and manage Field Officer workload progress.
Support Field Officers and Mobile Field Representatives with procedural and on the ground support.
Assist with the recruitment and engagement activities of Census Establishment Officers to facilitate the enumeration of establishments and non-private dwellings (e.g. hotels, hospitals, nursing homes, etc).
Use your own vehicle to travel to work areas.
Engage with secure apartment building managers to arrange access for Field Officers.
Communicate regularly with the centralised Field Operations Management team about issues and enumeration progress in your work area.
Review and complete administration forms (such as timesheets) and other duties as directed.


Your qualities, experience and skills

Experience or demonstrated knowledge in:
Customer service or working with the public
Lead and manage a team to achieve results within specified time-frames
Facilitate training and provide on the ground support to team members
Communication and presenting information to groups
Having a good attitude and willingness to help others and support the community
Good attention to detail and a keen eye for accuracy
Implementing processes in accordance with ABS procedures
Local area knowledge and an ability to read and navigate maps
Ability to work flexibly in a busy environment
Ability to undertake essential duties of the role

Job Offer

Eligibility and position requirements
To be eligible for this position you must meet the requirements listed below:

Australian citizenship - You must be an Australian Citizen or have the legal right to work in Australia. Evidence will be required during pre-employment screening. Preference will be given to Australian citizens.
Undergo pre-employment checks, which may include a police records check and health clearance
Hold and maintain a valid Australian driver's license for the duration of your employment
Any vehicle used for your field work must be registered and comprehensively insured
Have a safe and lockable area in your residence to store Census materials
Have a mobile device (such as smart phone or tablet) with reliable internet connection. See technological requirements below for details.
Have access to a printer or printing facilities

How to apply
For further information about this position or to apply, www.censusjobs.adecco.com.au

For any other query, please contact Adecco Census Recruitment Team on 1300 233 445
or email enquiries@censusjobs.adecco.com.au

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