Hiring: Enumerator – NASDA/NASS
Work for theNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE
Farmers, ranchers, and others in agriculture require reliable information on production, supplies, marketing, prices, weather, and a vast array of other inputs. Up-to-date agricultural statistics help to develop a stable economic atmosphere and reduce risk in production, marketing, and distribution operations. Agricultural statistics are essential in the planning and administration of federal and state programs, informing legislation for the promotion of agriculture in Congress, and drives market prices and production decisions for America’s farmers and ranchers.
NASDA ENUMERATORS ARE AT THE ROOT OF THIS CRITICAL DATA.
Since 1972, NASDA has employed enumerators to collect agricultural data on behalf of the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service.
PERKS OF THE JOB
Work a part-time, flexible schedule• Get paid to work in your community• Learn about where your food comes from and who produces it
NASDA grows and enhances agriculture by forging partnerships and creating consensus to achieve sound policy outcomes between state departments of agriculture, the federal government, and stakeholders.
WHAT DO ENUMERATORS DO?
Actively interview farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural businesses either in-person oron the phone.• Conduct crop counts in the field.• Produce concise and timely records of interviews and data.• Works with cutting edge technology
Phone only now, field visits anticipated to return.
Requires license, car insurance for field work, ability to travel in a radius around your area.
To apply: submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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