Enumerators x10

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Job Description

Zambart is a research-focused non-governmental organization that conducts research on HIV and Tuberculosis to help control and mitigate the impact of the dual epidemic. Zambart staff form an interdisciplinary team with a range of expertise including epidemiology, clinical science, social science, laboratory, operations research, health systems and services research, health policy analysis, health economics, health communication research compliance and counselling.
Study Summary: “Ubumi Bwandi” (My health, my choice): Integrated wellness screening and prevention in Zambia. The project is scheduled to run for 18 months from January 2023 to June 2024 and will be conducted in Chipukulusu-Mapalo community (intervention site) and Chifubu (as the control site), Ndola district. The Overall aim of the project is to improve the health of the community population by identifying individuals with undiagnosed TB, and other chronic conditions, as well as providing health information, multi-disease screening and preventive therapies. The implementation will be conducted at two levels, the primary health facility (Chipulukusu-Mapalo clinic) and a community hub which will be embedded within the community.
To support our wide range of research activities, there are exciting job opportunities for the following position:
Enumerators (10) – 3 Months Contract
Position summary: Reporting to the Study Manager. The Study Enumerators will be tasked with enumeration and distribution of Ubumi Bwandi cards to eligible household members in the community by visiting all households in their allocated zones. Each enumerator will be tasked with registering community members and also advocating for community members to go for screening and accessing health services at the hub and the clinic.

Obtaining verbal consent at households in the community.
Timely and accurate recording of information in the household.
Enumerating all household members following the Standard Operating Procedure.
Ensure that all eligible household members are given/provided with the Ubumi Bwandi cards, duly filled in with necessary details.
Work with other survey team members in the whole enrolment process.


Must be a grade twelve (12) and at least 21 years and above.
Good social communication skills.
Basic knowledge of TB/HIV and other common diseases
Computer literacy and ability to use an electronic data capture device (tablet).
A minimum of 2 years work experience.
Fluency in English and bemba and any other local languages spoken Mapalo community.
Must be willing to work long hours and walk around in the community.
Previous experience as an enumerator on any survey, will be an added advantage.
Excellent communication skills.
Resident in Mapalo and is familiar with the community.
Able to interact with community members without difficulties.
Should be able to maintain high levels of confidentiality.
Should be a team player and work effectively in a team.
Should have experience with community work.

How to apply
Applicants from outside Ndola should find their own accommodation and be willing to work away from home over extended periods.
Only applicants who meet the criteria for the above position should submit their application letters and CV to:
The Human Resources Manager,
Zambart Head Office,
UNZA Ridgeway Campus,
Off Nationalist Road
P.O. Box 50697
or email the application letter and CV only (without certificates) to  jobs.zambart[email protected] stating in the reference the position you are applying for.

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Zambia Location
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