Vital Research is seeking Field Interviewers throughout the state of Colorado who can serve as exceptional additions to our team. Field Interviewers complete face-to-face interviews with older adults or individuals who have a physical and/or developmental disability. This is a 4-month project beginning mid-January 2019 and ending in May 2019 (or until 1,500 interviews have been completed across the state). Once Field Interviewers successfully complete training, they become part of a team of 30 to 32 individuals responsible for interviewing throughout Colorado.
Colorado is participating in the National Core Indicators-Aging and Disabilities (NCI-AD) and National Core Indicators-Developmental Disabilities (NCI-DD), which is a voluntary effort to assess and monitor quality of life and outcomes for individuals receiving services and support from state-funded programs. Becoming a Field Interviewer for the 2018-2019 NCI Project is a way to give individuals a voice in the future of aging and disability services in Colorado.
Trained Field Interviewers schedule and conduct face-to-face interviews with older adults and persons with disabilities in their home. Interviewers:
Field Interviewers should be self-motivated, organized, detail-oriented, and display a willingness to learn. In addition to attending and passing a mandatory three-day, paid training in Denver from January 23-25, 2019, the following requirements must be met:
For consideration, please submit BOTH a cover letter and resume.
Vital Research is a national research consulting firm, founded in 1982, specializing in delivering quality social science research. Our team executes research, evaluation, and survey projects to clients across 37 states spanning multiple industries. The result — we help clients answer key questions, generate useful findings, and transform communities. Visit us at https://vitalresearch.com/