Tsuut'ina Nation Lands and Environment Research Department
JOB SUMMARY: The Census Collector will be responsible for contacting householders that reside on the Tsuut’ina Nation to follow-‐up and complete the Census questionnaires from households. This will involve contacting them through phone or email, and when required in person will ensure that the proper COVID-‐19 Public Health Measures are followed. Communication strategy will need be used as a guide to encourage the completion and return of the Census questionnaire.
The Census Collector may be required to work at various times, such as on evening and weekends, but must not exceed 35 hours/week. An office will be available to work from with required equipment at the Public Works Building in the LERD office.
ØØ To assist in carrying this workload, technical documents will be provided and a database has been developed for the data collected. An updated project description is also available.
As per Direction from LERD Director, work plan and job description:
ØØ Ensures confidentiality and security of census information at all times;
ØØ Makes sure the instructions are clear to understand and attend any required training;
ØØ Become familiar with the work plan provided;
ØØ Work with Communications Department, Governance Portfolio to brand the Census, such as posters, notices, newsletter submissions, social media outlets, Zoom Meetings and Citizen Package;
ØØ Oversee Citizen Incentives, ordering prizes, keeping track, promoting, and the draws.
ØØ Keep track of the census’s that are outgoing and track the completed ones once returned and to cross-‐reference off the Master List;
ØØ Data entry of completed census to software program;
ØØ Be able to provide-‐assistance to complete the Census questionnaire when necessary;
ØØ Check and follow-‐up with the status of addresses and reporting outcome of follow-‐up inquires;
ØØ Report where a refusal to complete Census is encountered;
ØØ Meet with ED of Lands and LERD Director weekly to report progress;
ØØ Complete all work within the required timescale to the required standard; ØØ Submit accurate weekly activity reports.
1 Qualifications and skill requirements:
ØØ Shall follow the Tsuut’ina Nation Human Resources Policies and Procedures and other applicable Tsuut’ina Legislation;
ØØ Be a team player, both with Senior Management, LERD staff, Nation departments, and the public; ØØ Must be able to travel throughout the reserve area to carry out the work load when required. ØØ Must be able follow lines of authority;
ØØ Must be able to work under minimum supervision;
ØØ Be able to accept constructive criticism and take direction;
ØØ Have an analytical mind;
ØØ Be reliable, respectful, honest, and willing to learn;
ØØ Excellent computer proficiency (MS Office-‐Word, Excel and Outlook);
ØØ Tsuut’ina Language Speaker is an asset
a) Experience with Post-‐Secondary education
b) Must have a valid Alberta Driver’s License and must have own reliable transportation
c) Must be willing to sign an Oath of Confidentiality and must be able to pass a security clearance
d) Must be willing to Travel and must hold a current valid credit card for travel purpose
SALARY: $25/hour -‐ $30/Hour, based on education and experience
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