Third Party Monitoring (TPM) Enumerators

  • Contractor
  • Kenya
  • TBD USD / Year
  • SoCha LLC profile

  • Job applications may no longer being accepted for this opportunity.



SoCha is contracted to deliver the USAID/Kenya and East Africa (KEA) Localization, Inclusion, and Sustainability Activity (LISA) with the aim of assisting USAID staff and stakeholders to be more efficient, effective, transparent, inclusive, and skilled in achieving development outcomes. To achieve this, LISA seeks to enhance USAID/KEA’s organizational project design, programming, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) practices, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) objectives, and mission-wide localization efforts by elevating local voices and co-developing and co-creating USAID/KEA programs with local partners including marginalized populations, girls and women, and youth.

Scope of Work

LISA seeks short-term consultants to serve as enumerators for Third-Party Monitoring (TPM) tasks in the following technical areas:

  • Democracy and Governance
  • Nutrition
  • WASH
  • Livelihoods
  • Education
  • Youth
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Resilience
  • Agriculture

The enumerator MUST indicate at most three counties they can comfortably work in and should be conversant with the local language.


The enumerators responsibilities will include:

  • Support data collection planning, coordination, and logistics.
  • Review, test, translate, and pilot data collection instruments, identify and correct issues before full-scale deployment.
  • Gather and accurately record responses on qualitative and quantitative questionnaires.
  • Support electronic designing/scripting of data collection tools using SurveyCTO, Kobo, or ODK.
  • Submit complete and accurate questionnaires in the format determined by the Technical Lead.
  • Follow all ethics requirements for collecting data on human subjects.
  • Recognize and give account of problems in obtaining data and provide useful feedback.
  • Provide daily briefings to the Technical Lead and other relevant staff, and support development of weekly reports.
  • Collect data on a tablet and upload it to the secure LISA server daily.
  • Participate in regular check-in calls and debriefs with the LISA staff.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience

  • Minimum undergraduate degree in Statistics, Health, Environment, Education, Sociology, Psychology, Economics, Monitoring and Evaluation, Public Health, Development studies, Social work, Communication, or related fields from a recognized university.
  • At least three (3) years of experience in undertaking qualitative and quantitative data collection in the selected region of Kenya.
  • Experience working/ supporting or implementing third party monitoring activities.
  • Advanced knowledge of designing/scripting electronic data collection tools using SurveyCTO, Kobo, or ODK.
  • Experience working with USAID projects preferred.
  • Strong communication skills (both written and verbal) in English and Kiswahili
  • Professional, reliable, deadline-oriented, team player.
  • Ability to travel or support tasks with short notice to indeterminate locations in the assigned cluster or other counties as needed.


Various locations across Kenya as needed.

LOE or Contract Length

Contracts and LOE will be issued based on requests for services. Contracts will generally be for one to three weeks, with LOE between 7 to 35 days.

How to apply

To submit your application, kindly provide your CV via the following link:

Position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been identified.

Deadline: 31-Mar-24

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