The Economics and Statistics Office is looking for 40 Census enumerators to work on Grand Cayman.
Enumerators will go door to door and collect data for the official Census 2021, which kicks off on 10 October and continues for two months.
The Census Team is seeking quick learners who preferably have survey-conducting and computer-related experience. The individuals must be Caymanians or Permanent Residents with the right to work or government employees on contracts.
Additionally, all applicants must be available for training later this week, including this weekend. They should be prepared to be assigned for census work anywhere on Grand Cayman.
Equally importantly, the applicants must have clean police records, health insurance, access to a properly licensed motor vehicle, a valid driver’s licence and be properly insured to legally drive.
Applicants who meet these criteria and wish to work as enumerators for the next six to eight weeks can download the official application forms from either www.eso.ky or www.census2021.ky and send in the completed forms as soon as possible since time is of the essence.
The form seeks full contact details in order that applicants can be contacted quickly to undergo and complete training before field work begins.
Applicants can also contact Census 2021 Coordinator Ms Andrelene Royal on 244-4602 or at email@example.com for further information.