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Deadline for UBOS Census Jobs EXTENDED

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The Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) has announced an extension of the application deadline for the Census 2024 Enumerator and Census Enumeration Supervisor positions.

Originally set for March 15, 2024, the deadline has been moved to March 22, 2024. This decision follows the publication of the Census Advertisement in the New Vision and the Daily Monitor on March 4, 2024.

These roles are pivotal to the success of the upcoming National Population and Housing Census. UBOS aims to provide ample time for all eligible individuals to submit their applications and be considered for these crucial positions.

To view detailed job descriptions and application procedures, interested candidates are encouraged to visit the UBOS website at censusrecruitment.ubos.org.

The extension reflects UBOS’s commitment to conducting a thorough and inclusive census, ensuring the engagement of talented individuals from diverse backgrounds.

For further inquiries or clarifications, applicants can reach out to UBOS through the provided contact information on the official website.

This is an exceptional opportunity to contribute to the nation’s development and play a significant role in the data collection process of the Census 2024 Enumerator and Supervisor positions.

To be a part of the National Population and Housing Census, submit your applications before the extended deadline of March 22, 2024.

How to Apply: Interested candidates meeting the requirements are encouraged to apply through the online application system available on the UBOS Website: https://censusrecruitment.ubos.org

Application Deadline: 22nd March 2024 at 5:00 PM

Instructions for Application:

  1. Create an Account: Visit the account creation page and enter a valid email address for future communications.
  2. Verify Your Email: Check your inbox for a confirmation email and click the confirmation link to activate your account.
  3. Log In: Use your registered email and password to log in to the application portal.
  4. Navigate to Vacancies: Once logged in, go to the Job Vacancies page to view available positions.
  5. Choose a Job: Click on “Details” for the Enumerator position to learn more.
  6. Review Eligibility: Ensure you meet all specified criteria and required skills for the position.
  7. Application Process: Click on “Apply Now” for the Enumerator position.
  8. Fill Out the Form: Enter your personal information, educational qualifications, relevant training, employment history, and referees. Use your national ID and a phone number registered in your name.
  9. Accept Terms: Agree to the declaration to proceed with your application.
  10. Finalize and Logout: After completing your application, remember to log out. You can return for edits if needed.

Note:

  • Only online applications will be accepted.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be posted at District Local Government and Lower Local Government Notice Boards.
  • Successful candidates will be notified via the provided telephone contacts.
  • All documents submitted will be verified with relevant authorities.
  • Falsification of documents will result in prosecution.
  • Lobbying or canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

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