A Project to Understand Resilience and Recovery in Eastern North Carolina

We are looking to contract 4 to 6 individuals to collect survey data from a sample of households in Ocracoke Village and surrounding communities. Survey Interviewers will be paid per completed interview section (approximately $20 per hour).

Responsibilities: Visit selected households and coordinate a time to conduct in-person or phone interviews with household members using a survey developed by the DEEPP team. The survey is designed to collect information on how families in eastern North Carolina prepare for, are affected by, and recover from storms and hurricanes. The survey data are collected using a laptop to make it easy and efficient.

Survey interviewers will be provided with computers and all other necessary equipment (e.g. notebooks, pens, masks, hand sanitizer, etc.). Interviewers must complete a 5- to 6-day training course (pay is $100/day during training). The course will begin Oct. 19 in Ocracoke Village. Upon completion of the training, survey interviewers will work at their own pace and schedule their own hours over the next six weeks.

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • No minimum education/experience requirement
  • Paid Training
  • Flexible hours
  • Background check required

If interested, please email a resumé with references to  DEEPP@unc.edu Hablamos Español.

Website is DEEPP.cpc.unc.edu​ 

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