Catholic Relief Services Enumerators Jobs in Kenya

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations.

We welcome as a part of our staff and as partners, people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

The purpose of this scope of work is to outline the role of enumerators in the execution of the 4Children (Coordinating Comprehensive Care for Children) tracer study on households graduated from the APHIAplus IMARISHA project.


4Children is a global five‐year USAID‐funded project implemented by a consortium of organizations led by Catholic Relief Services (CRS), with partners IntraHealth, Maestral, Pact, Plan International and Westat. The 4Children project is designed to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) affected by HIV and AIDS, and other adversities.

4Children draws on global evidence that illustrates that HIV and other adversities are best prevented and addressed when families and children have access to both high quality health and social welfare services.

4Children helps countries identify practical and appropriate policies, programs and services that reduce the risk of HIV and maltreatment and promote child well-being.

4Children promotes approaches that address the unique needs of each child and family, including strengthening the front line social service workforce, case management system and services that promote positive parenting and increase household resilience.

The overall objective of this study is to trace a sample of households that exited the APHIAplus IMARISHA project via graduation, to understand the perceived changes in OVC well-being since exiting the program.

The information on the post-graduation well-being of OVC and households will contribute to the national and global knowledge and learning on the OVC case plan achievement approach, its effect on the wellbeing of households who have left via this route and implications for future programming.

The study will seek to answer the following research questions:

  • What are the changes (if any) perceived by graduated households regarding wellbeing of their children since graduation (in terms of Healthy, Safe, Stable, and Schooled)?
  • How has the capacity of caregivers to address the basic needs of children in their care changed since graduation?
  • What are the factors associated with child and primary caregiver outcomes since graduation?
  • What are the perceptions of community stakeholders (graduated beneficiaries, community leaders, CHVs and LIPs regarding changes in the wellbeing of OVC and their households since graduation?
  • What are the perceptions of Implementing Partners (IPs) and transition team members on the graduation process?
  • What are the perceptions of graduated beneficiaries, IPs, LIP staff, and community stakeholders on the graduation process?


  • Upon successful recruitment, the enumerator will be required to:
  • Attend a four days training prior to the data collection exercise.
  • Follow the set standards as per the interviewer’s guideline and comply with all the requirements necessary for conducting a successful interview.
  • Adhere to the code of conduct
    for enumerators
  • Locate and conduct interviews for the selected respondents.
  • Accurately capture responses on mobile electronic device and transmit data to designated point following the agreed frequency/timeline.
  • Transcribe audio files and hand-written notes into provided templates as necessary.
  • Identify and resolve inconsistencies in interviewees' responses by means of appropriate questioning and/or explanation
  • Review data obtained from interview for completeness and accuracy.
  • Identify and report problems in obtaining valid data
  • Produce a daily observation report detailing daily achievements, general observations and challenges.
  • In cases where the respondent was not available for interview document case and make reasonable effort to reschedule.
  • Meet with the supervisor daily to submit completed interviews and discuss progress.
  • Keep safe custody of research items and field notes.
  • Carry out or assist in the additional procedures for data collection, as requested by the field supervisor or study coordinator.

    Desired Competencies and Expertise:

  • At least a post-secondary qualification (diploma or degree) in social sciences or health related field. University education is desired.
  • Prior experience conducting data collection for government programs and/or international NGOs.
  • Familiarity with programming for vulnerable children and households.
  • Familiarity with collecting data using mobile devices (iPad or tablet technologies)
  • Understanding of data confidentiality issues
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, Kiswahili and local dialect.
  • Proven ability to meet targets and deadlines.
  • A good knowledge in use of computer software – especially Microsoft office suite.
  • Excellent interpersonal and time management skills
  • Ability to work accurately, and pay attention to detail.
  • Ability to work well both independently and in a team.
  • Respectful and friendly in all interactions


    Enumerators will report directly to the field supervisor and receive overall guidance from the study coordinator. For all field logistical requirements, appointments and direct interactions with local implementing partners and stakeholders; the enumerators and field supervisors will be supported by the 4Children county coordinators.

    Method of Application

    Note: You must be a resident of the county you are applying to collect data in.

    Written applications indicating the reference number of position applied for and CV including day-time contact phone numbers, as well as names and contact information of three references should reach the below-mentioned by Close of Business Wednesday May 16, 2018.

    Human Resources Manager
    Catholic Relief Services – Kenya Program

    Note: Catholic Relief Services (CRS) does not charge any fees from applicants for any recruitment. Further, CRS has not retained any agent in connection with this recruitment

    CRS’ recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation

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