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a. Receives detailed training on each field operation to which assigned. Learns the nature, scope
and objectives of the operation and specific procedures to be followed.
b. Receives assignments which involve locating and listing households and conducting interviews
with respondents, explaining the purpose of the census, asking questions as worded on census
forms, and recording data on these forms or a hand-held computer.(HHC)
c. Canvasses an assignment area looking for every place where a person lives or could live. May be
assigned to follow up on coverage problems to determine if deSignated households, persons, or
geographic areas were counted in the census and counted correctly.
d. Conducts quality control operations at selected addresses in a predetermined geographic area.
Determines which areas fail quality levels and must be relisted. May participate in relisting
difficult or inadequately prelisted areas. Maintains a record of those addresses as a check on the
completeness of the assignment. Quality control involves locating and visiting selected
households, conducting interviews with occupants and others, explaining the purpose of the
e. Meets with supervisor at specified times for reviewing and turning in work and receiving
Qrocedures and clarification of instructions.
f. Maintains records of hours worked, units produced, miles driven, quality control results, and
expenses incurred in the performance of duties.
g. Responsible for the accurate and expeditious completion of each assignment.
h. May be required to participate in recruiting and testing activities, such as distributing flyers or
scheduling and administering the testing of job applicants for various positions within their
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