City of Naperville Looking To Hire Special Census Workers
The City of Naperville is looking for 240 individuals to apply to work as enumerators, crew leaders and clerical staff in the special census being conducted in early 2018.
Enumerators visit households within the special census areas and collect basic facts about each member living in a housing unit, such as name, age and relationship to a householder. Census takers are paid $15.51 per hour, plus mileage and paid training. Also needed are crew leaders who will receive $16.51 per hour, clerical staff who will be paid $12.51 per hour and one field operations supervisor who will be paid $18.51 per hour.
Interested applicants can visit the city’s website at www.naperville.il.us/specialcensus to review a job description to determine if they meet basic eligibility requirements. All prospective applicants must be at least 18 years of age; have a valid driver’s license and a vehicle available for their use; be able to hear responses and read questionnaires; be available to work a minimum of 20 hours per week; be available for day, evening and weekend work; and be able to attend a four-day training session in January 2018.
Applications can be found at the above website or at the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St. Completed job applications may be returned to the attention of Community Planner Kasey Evans at the Naperville Municipal Center (400 S. Eagle St., Naperville, IL 60540) or scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants will be contacted prior to the start of the special census to take a job-related test to further determine suitability for census employment. Applicant testing will take place in mid-December. If selected, workers will be invited to attend a training class and then given a work assignment that lasts approximately four to eight weeks.
The City of Naperville is holding a special census in select areas of the city where significant population growth is believed to have occurred since the last decennial census in 2010. Because State of Illinois income, local use and motor fuel taxes are based on a per capita distribution, a certified increase in the city’s population will mean increased revenue to the city. Naperville last held a special census in 2008.
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About Naperville: Located 28 miles west of Chicago, Naperville, Ill., is home to approximately 145,000 people. This vibrant, thriving city consistently ranks as a top community in the nation in which to live, raise children and retire. The city is home to acclaimed public and parochial schools, the best public library system in the country, an array of healthcare options and an exceptionally low crime rate. Naperville has ready access to a variety of public transportation, housing and employment options. The city’s diversified employer base features high technology firms, retailers and factories, as well as small and home-based businesses. Residents also enjoy world-class parks, diverse worship options, the opportunity to serve on several City boards and commissions, a thriving downtown shopping and dining area, a renowned outdoor history museum known as Naper Settlement and an active civic community. For more information, please visit our website at www.naperville.il.us.