Majina ya sensa 2022 | Responsibilities of census staff
Majina ya sensa 2022 | kazi ya karani wa sensa, Majukumu ya karani wa sensa, Majukumu ya wasimamizi wa Maudhui, Responsibilities of census staff: The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania plans to conduct a Population and Housing Census by August 2022. The Ministry of Finance and Planning through the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in collaboration with the Office of the Chief Statistician of Zanzibar (OCGS), is in the process of preparing to conduct the Census.
The Population and Housing Census is a national exercise conducted every 10 years where the last census to be held in the country is the one in 2012. Thus the Census 2022 will be the Sixth Census to be held in the country after the Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964. Census others took place in 1967, 1978, 1988, 2002 and 2012.
Responsibilities of census staff
KARANI WA SENSA(CENSUS CLERK): if selected he will be required to attend training clerks where after training if he succeeds he will have to return to the area he or she came from or was assigned to any other place to perform the following duties: –
i) Identify the boundaries of the census area in comparison to the map of the census area and the description of the boundaries on the map;
ii) Collaborate with the supervisor and local leadership to identify as in In the census there are special groups that need to be counted
in a special order different from ordinary households;
iii) Interviewing the community questionnaire at the neighborhood / street / shehia level;
iv) Count all the people who slept within the boundaries of the census area the night before the Census Day within the allotted time;
v) Post in the system the work done and completed daily Dwelling NBS / OCGS Headquarters;
vi) Use all Census materials and documents according to the objectives intended; maintain them and submit them to the Supervisor after work completion;
vii) Reporting to the Census Supervisor on implementation challenges census responsibilities;
viii) To calculate all buildings in the area within the allotted time;
ix) Register all residential addresses in the respective area within the stipulated time
x) Performing other Census-related tasks to be assigned by the Leader.
MSIMAMIZI WA MAUDHUI (CONTENT SUPERVISOR): if selected he will be required to attend training Census supervisors where after training if successful will be required attend Census clerk training then return to the area of origin or be allocated any other area for the implementation of the following functions: –
i) Ensuring that every Census clerk identifies the census area;
ii) Ensure that each clerk has the necessary equipment as listed in the “Census Clerk Guide”.
iii) Ensuring that clerks understand the work and their schedules are prepared well and they follow them;
iv) Ensuring that the community questionnaire at the Sub-District / Street / Shehia level has been fully interviewed by the relevant clerk within three days prior to counting people;
v) Collaborate with the local leadership to identify as in the area of census there are special groups that need to be counted for special order different from ordinary households;
vi) Allocate households to each clerk according to the planned procedure if the location one census will have more than one clerk and ensure households all in the relevant area are calculated and calculated only once;
vii) Ensure that all persons sleeping within the boundaries of the counting area people on the eve of Census Day are numbered;
viii) Ensuring that every building in the Suburb / Counting Area is accessible to counted after the main Census exercise based on the areas in which The Census Clerk was distributed during the census exercise;
ix) Ensure that all residential addresses in the Suburb / Counting Area registered;
x) Ensuring that he communicates with the clerks regularly, and evaluate their performance and, where necessary, provide additional guidance;
xi) Consult with various officials and higher authorities if any challenges that require decisions at that level;
xii) Inspect and ensure the Census clerk has sent his work to the headquarters of NBS / OCGS according to established procedure;
xiii) Using various forms of material control and conduct of the Census exercise in general; and
xiv) To perform such other functions as the Census shall be assigned by the Leader wake.
MSIMAMIZI WA TEHAMA (IT SUPERVISOR): if Selected he will be required to attend training Census supervisors where after training if successful will be required attend Census clerk training then return to the area of origin or be allocated any other area for the implementation of the following functions: –
i) Ensuring that every clerk has a system with a system data collection of the 2022 Population and Housing Census, System Housing Address Information Collection works effectively;
ii) Ensure that every clerk has a power bank, charger and other equipment of IT as listed in the “Clerk’s Guide to Census “and they work effectively;
iii) Ensure that he makes regular contact with the clerks about ICT issues, and evaluating their operational performance and when necessary, provide additional guidance;
iv) Resolve all ICT challenges that may arise during census exercise, Real Estate Census and Residential Address Census;
v) Provide professional assistance to ensure that the Census clerk sends completed work headquarters on time and ensure that the work received; and
vi) To perform other ICT-related tasks related to the Census and its Leader.
Responsibilities of census staff
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