The Municipality will be undertaking a Customer Satisfaction Survey in 2018 and will offer the opportunity for unemployed graduates to work as field workers for a period of approximately three (3) months.
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- Fieldworkers: Undertake fieldwork which will involve interviewing residents personally at their household.
- Chart plans to visit residents of a specified ward.
- Explain the objectives of the survey and the procedure to persons who are to be interviewed.
- Interpret the questionnaire to assist the respondents to understand the questions.
Capture information accurately.
- Identify and report any issues that may arise while attempting to obtain valid data.
- Report to immediate supervisor on completed assignments, and progress daily.
- Achieve daily targets and complete tasks within specified timeframes.
Competencies and Skills:
- Good communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills.
- Good listening and problem-solving skills.
- Critical thinking and analytical skills.
- Good time management, planning and organising abilities.
- Flexibility – to work specified and unspecified hours.
Payment: Stipend linked to performance
How to Apply:
Application forms can be collected from the Corporate Services: Skills Development & Employment Equity Unit, 15th Floor Starport Building / 140 Govan Mbeki Avenue, OR from NMBM Customer Care Centres OR downloaded from www.nelsonmandelabay.gov.za
The application form must be accompanied by the following documents:
1) Certified copy of your valid South African identification document (ID)
2) Certified copy of your highest qualification obtained i.e. Diploma / Degree
3) Latest Academic Record (subjects passed and marks obtained)
4) Curriculum Vitae / Resume
How to submit the application:
Submit the Application Form along with the required documents to Corporate Services: Skills Development & Employment Equity, 15th Floor Starport Building / 140 Govan Mbeki Ave, Central) OR nearest NMBM Customer Care Centre in marked Application Box.
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Enquiries: Direct enquiries to 041 506 1909 (8h00-16h30) or firstname.lastname@example.org