Recruitment of Research Assistants to generate data
Transparency International Uganda (TIU) is a national chapter of Transparency International – The global coalition against corruption. It is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) working to create change towards a Uganda free of corruption. Its jurisdiction is country wide and addresses all forms of corruption.
TI Uganda was founded in 1993 as a pressure group to bring together peoples’ voluntary initiatives to enhance accountability, transparency and integrity among all Ugandans. The organization has since grown from a mere pressure group whose membership was largely composed of lawyers and eminent Ugandans to an autonomous NGO registered with the Uganda NGO board.
This year (2019), TIU received funding from Democratic Governance Faculty (DGF). The project is intended to empower citizens to make their leaders more accountable in effective management of public and natural resources in order to ensure improved service delivery and natural resource governance
Under the above project Transparency International Uganda (TIU) is planning to conduct Uganda Bribery Index (UBI) 2019. UBI is a survey that records citizens bribery experiences while seeking government services in the preceding 12 months. The survey will focus on key services; Police, Judiciary, medical and health, Land services, tax services, education, local government, utilities and registry and licensing services among others.
The survey will seek to establish 5 key indicators with regards to bribery; Likelihood of encountering bribery from an institution, Prevalence of bribery in an institution, Average size of bribe paid in an institution, Share of bribery of an institution and Impact of bribery of an institution.
The study will be conducted in the selected districts in the four regions of Uganda.
Premised to the above, TIU is planning to recruit the services of the Research Assistants to support in data collection in the selected districts Arua, Gulu, Lira, Oyam, Soroti, Mbale, Busia, Iganga, Jinja, Nakapiripirit, Kampala, Mukono, Wakiso, Masaka, Kyotera, Mubende, Mbarara, Bushenyi, Kabarole and Kabale.
Requirements for Research Assistants for EABI Data Collection
- Minimum of advance certificate of education. A diploma or degree will be an added advantage
- Experience in research (Data collection)
- Must be a Ugandan with ability to speak more than 2 local languages
- Self-motivated and Willing to learn
- Willing to work under minimal supervision
If you are interested, submit your application and copies of your academic qualifications with three referees to the Executive Director, Transparency International Uganda Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be hand delivered to the offices on plot 3 Martyrs lane Ntinda. Deadline for receiving applications is 24th May 2019.