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POSTED: March 7, 2019
Would you like to support your community while getting paid to do it? The United States Census Bureau for the 2020 Census, is seeking to hire workers for part time and temporary jobs offering weekly pay, $15 to $16/hr in Yuma County, flexible hours and paid training. There are a range of positions, including recruiting assistants, supervisors, address canvassing, and enumerators. All applications are kept in an active data base throughout the Census. Go to 2020census.gov/jobs to apply now.
Join the 2020 Census Team!
Would you like to support your community while getting paid to do it? What better way than to work for the United States Census Bureau! The agency is building a large and diverse workforce and is seeking to hire workers for temporary jobs available across the country. Multiple opportunities are available, with jobs offering weekly pay, $15 to $16/hr in Yuma County, flexible hours and paid training.
The 2020 Census Jobs website allows applicants to apply for a range of positions, including recruiting assistants, office operations supervisors, clerks, census field supervisors and census takers by completing a single application online. Opportunities are available nationwide and offer flexible work hours, including daytime, evenings and weekends.
Available jobs (based on location):
• Recruiting assistants travel throughout geographic areas to visit with community-based organizations, attend promotional events and conduct other recruiting activities.
• Office operations supervisors assist in the management of office functions and day-to-day activities in one or more functional areas, including payroll, personnel, recruiting, field operations and support.
• Clerks perform various administrative and clerical tasks to support various functional areas, including payroll, personnel, recruiting, field operations and support.
• Census field supervisors conduct fieldwork to support and conduct on-the-job training for census takers, and/or to follow-up in situations where census takers have confronted issues such as not gaining entry to restricted areas.
• Census takers work in the field. Some field positions require employees to work during the day to see addresses on buildings. Other field positions require interviewing the public, so employees must be available to work when people are usually at home such as in the evening and on weekends.