The Central Statistics Office will be running the Irish Census in 2016 – and have already taken applications for vacancies for about 5000 enumerators.
The Census date will be in April 24th 2016
The job of enumerator will require you to distribute the census forms to homes in advance of April 24th and then return to collect them once the census has taken place.
You’ll also be required to answer questions that people might have. Successful candidates should be available to work at different times of day and also at weekends in order to ensure that all forms are distributed and collected in person.
Hours and Pay
Remuneration will be on a fee / allowance basis. Enumerators can expect to typically earn €2,400 on average, for their work during this 10 week period, made up as follows:
Weekly advance: €100 (paid in arrears)
Training allowance: €200
Fees per forms delivered/collected: Variable
Terminal Bonus: €445
Home storage allowance: €140
Sunday and bank holiday work allowance: €210
Travel Allowance: Variable
Enumeration Area usually comprises about 400 households
You can see more about the Census Jobs Here