This fall, the U.S. Census Bureau will hire over 500 temporary Field Representatives to conduct the New York City Housing & Vacancy Survey. The survey is conducted every three years to comply with the city’s rent regulation laws.
The jobs are expected to last between four-and-six months. Training is paid and employees are reimbursed for travel expenses.
Applicants will have to take a test to determine their eligibility, and must prove they live in one of the five boroughs. The pay rate for Field Representatives is $16.92 per hour.
All interested applicants must be over 18, pass a background check, a written test and two interviews, and be U.S. Citizens. All applicants outside of Manhattan are required to have a valid driver’s license and regular access to an insured vehicle.
To learn more about job requirements and qualifications call the Census Bureau toll free at 1-800-991-2520 (Select option 2 for recruiting) or send an e-mail with your complete address and phone number to: [email protected].
The U.S. Census Bureau’s New York Regional Office can be reached at 212-584-3440.