Washington Gov. Patty Murray’s top 20 census jobs
WA Governor Patty Murray has named 20 census workforce jobs to be part of the 2020 census, according to a press release from the governor’s office.
The jobs will be part-time, temporary, and part-year positions that are available for up to five years, and will be available through the Census Bureau’s web portal.
“This announcement is a huge step forward in our efforts to ensure the continued quality and reliability of the census data that we collect, and it is another step in making Washington, DC the best place to do census work in the country,” Murray said.
“I look forward to announcing this announcement to the Washington community in the coming weeks, and I want to thank all the people who helped make this possible.”
The hiring of these jobs will help ensure that the 2020 Census data is kept up to date and the information provided is accurate.
In addition to the jobs listed above, a variety of other government, business, and education services will be provided through the census, the release said.
The Census Bureau announced last year that it was opening its census data portal to public and private users.
The website will include an interactive tool that will allow users to view the data in detail, as well as access and edit data for any census area.
This includes the data from census tracts and the Census Social and Demographic Files, as a part of a census data package, which is expected to be completed in mid-September.
The first phase of the new census data will begin in mid–November.
The census workforce will include all of the Census Division’s human resources staff and managers, who will be responsible for providing support for the census process.
These positions will be located in the Washington, D.C., office, which includes the Census Director, Assistant Director for the Census, the Census Data Manager, and the National Census Center Operations Manager.
Other positions that will be created by the new staffing will include: A manager for the Washington Office of Population, the National Population Center, and Washington’s Population Data Center;