SEMA Research trainee application
SEMA is a data-focused social enterprise seeking to improve public services and to give a voice to citizens in improving their communities. SEMA supports local government to develop effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels. Research trainees undergo thorough training for conducting in-person interviews with the clients at public institutions and ensuring the uptake of SEMA services at these institutions.
-Enrolment at a university or tertiary institution
-Undergraduate student pursuing a degree in social sciences, including law, development studies, public relations, statistics, and psychology or data science is an advantage
-Living near one of the stipulated station flexible availability of at least 8 hours per week (in shifts of 2 hours)
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