Great Linford Parish Council is currently recruiting Census Support Advisers to help the people of the Parish complete the 2021 census online.  
The census is a ten yearly compulsory survey that gives the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and Wales, helping inform local authorities and government about demands for public services such as schools, hospitals, GP services and social care. In 2021, the census will be ‘digital first’ and accessible through an online platform. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is responsible for carrying out the census in England and Wales and has contracted with Good Things Foundation to set up a network of community organisations and libraries - Census Support Centres - to provide people with support to complete their census online.  
Great Linford Parish Council is proud to be a Census Support Centre and is now expanding its team to ensure it can support the people of [area] who are less confident using computers and the internet to complete the census online. After the required training, Census Support Advisers will meet and greet census 
respondents, explaining its purposes and then support them through the stages of completing the census online. 
Successful applicants will be confident communicators with excellent people/interpersonal skills. They will have excellent relationship building and customer care skills and with ability to prioritise and maintain confidentiality at all times. 
You find the full job description and person specification here. For more information, please contact the Parish Manager, 01908 606613 or email 
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