Enumerator - Philippines

Short-term contract
Localisation Philippines
No remote
1 yrs of exp.
Posted on 03-15-2024
Start : March 2024

Habi Education Lab

Habi Education Lab is a design and research group that works in various contexts, from early childhood education to adult learning and development.

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Project Overview

Breakthrough ACTION, an eight-year cooperative agreement funded by the United States

Agency for International Development (USAID), is dedicated to leading social and behavior change (SBC) programming around the world. Currently being implemented by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), Breakthrough ACTION has partnered with Habi Education Lab, a Manila-based non-profit learning and research design studio that uses participatory and human-centered design processes to create learning experiences. Together, they are conducting a design thinking research project focusing on childhood routine immunization in the Philippines.

The research examines current childhood immunization knowledge, attitudes, and practices among mothers/caregivers of children below 5 years old, husbands/partners, healthcare providers, and community leaders. It also seeks to uncover existing perceptions of routine immunization and determine possible barriers (behavioral and structural) and facilitators to improving immunization-related behaviors.

About the Enumerator Role

The project is seeking Enumerators located in six distinct field sites across the country, namely:

  1. Luzon - NCR: Quezon City
  2. Luzon - CAR: Kiangan, Ifugao
  3. Visayas - Region VII (Central Visayas): Tagbilaran City, Bohol
  4. Visayas - Region VII (Central Visayas): Mandaue City, Cebu
  5. Mindanao - BARMM: Cotabato City, BARMM
  6. Mindanao - Region X (Northern Mindanao): Cagayan De Oro

Enumerators will engage in various tasks, including conducting in-person interviews, facilitating focus group discussions (FGD), leading a cultural probe activity, and facilitating a co-design session, all conducted in their local language within their assigned field sites. Key responsibilities include ensuring timely and high-quality data collection from assigned respondents, assisting in site coordination, and managing day-to-day administrative duties such as reporting and submitting expense forms.


  • Assist in coordination for their assigned field site / LGU
  • Conduct in-person interviews, facilitate FGDs, lead cultural probe activities, and facilitate a co-design workshop, all conducted in the local language of their assigned field site
  • Document and translate data collected during in-person activities and deliver insights by the end of each fieldwork day
  • Attend virtual training sessions covering research ethics, principles of data collection, and testing of survey tools to gain a comprehensive understanding of the processes and protocols of the project)
  • Strictly adhere to the data privacy protocols of the project
  • Assist in administrative and logistical concerns of the project (as needed)


Candidates must possess at least a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and or related fields to the research focus and have a minimum of 1 year of experience in research and survey data collection. Proficiency in Google Suite (e.g., Gmail, Google Drive, Google Sheets) is required, along with fluency in English, Filipino, and one local language relevant to the region of application.

Details of the Engagement

Coordination and preparatory work for the field visits will commence from the last week of March to the first week of April. The in-person activities, including interviews, focus group discussions, cultural probes, and co-design workshops, are expected to span approximately five consecutive working days. In-person fieldwork activities will be conducted from April to May, varying according to the region.


Enumerators will receive a gross compensation of Php 12,000 for the entire engagement period, covering attendance at training sessions and conducting in-person interviews, focus group discussions, cultural probes, and co-design workshops. Additionally, travel expenses to and from the field activity venues will be reimbursed.

How to Apply

Interested applicants can submit their Cover Letter and Curriculum Vitae at bit.ly/Habi-E2024on or before March 18, 2024 (Monday), 5:00 PM.

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