Apply now ! is a word that any jobless youth or Kenyan seeking greener pastures has met several times in their lifetime.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is calling for applications for the posts of signature verification clerks ahead of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) verification process.
How To Apply
In a notice on Saturday, IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati said the 400 temporary staff would be paid Ksh 1,200 per day which is subject to statutory deductions.
Applications for the post will strictly be online and details including the job requirements are also available on the Commission website.
The applications should also not be received later than 24th December 2020.
IEBC seeks to recruit temporary staff to be engaged in the capacity of signature verification clerks towards the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Minimum Qualification: Highschool
Experience Level: Entry level
Experience Length: No Experience/Less than 1 year
REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGAGEMENT
TITLE: SIGNATURE VERIFICATION CLERK
Number of Posts – 400
a) Be a Kenyan citizen of high integrity
b) Be holders of a form four certificate and above
c) Be computer literate,
d) Have skills in data entry
e) Must be available for the entire period of the exercise
The exercise will be conducted within Nairobi and successful applicants should be residing within Nairobi County or its environs or alternatively arrange for their own accommodation within the cited areas.
Successful applicants shall be required to work for long hours under the same terms as the exercise demands.
Successful applicants will be paid consolidated Kshs. 1,200/= per day which is subject to statutory deductions.
Applications are strictly online. Details, including Job requirements are available on the Commission website,
Applications should be received online not later than 24th December 2020. Hard copy applications shall not be considered.
More IEBC Funding
On 10th December 2020, the Commission received Constitutional Amendment Bill 2020 and supporters signatures which were 4.4 million from the promoters of the initiative.
IEBC then prepared a budget amounting to Ksh 241 million which was premised on providing full accommodation in one site to all verification personnel.
The accommodation according to IEBC would prevent exposure of the personnel to Covid-19 due to daily commuting using public transport and compliance to curfew restrictions.
In another scenario, IEBC provided another budget which amounted to Ksh 93 million; this was the budget that the National Treasury approved.
This budget was mainly based on non-residential verification clerks.
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