The Ministry of Education has embarked on a hiring spree and is seeking to recruit 300 workers to do clerical work and offer general office support.
In a notice dated Tuesday, July 5, the Ministry encouraged the public to apply, affirming a fair process will be used to select the candidates.
Those willing to apply must submit their applications by July 25, 2022.
Part of the documents required in the application process include the National Identification cards, valid Good Conduct certificates and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) Personal Identification Number (PIN).
How to Apply
Interested candidates for the positions are encouraged to submit their applications through the Ministry’s official portal – recruitment.education.go.ke
For new applicants, they will be required to sign up and key in their personal details including first and last name, email and password.
Once the account is created, the candidates ought to complete their profiles by uploading their credentials and filling in all the details in the relevant sections.
They are also required to upload their updated Curriculum Vitae (CV), Identification Card and a scan of their KRA PIN certificates on the site in PDF format.
Click on the vacancies tab and on the jobs tab, click on view details to access a specific job.
Click on the General Office Support tab in order to access the applications tab.
At the bottom section of the job’s detail, click on Apply to submit the application.
On Tuesday, July 5, Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, highlighted the progress of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC), noting that over 6,500 classrooms had been constructed for Junior Secondary Schools.
He noted that the successive government will have to allocate more funds in ensuring the success of CBC.
A recent report by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) titled Economic Survey 2022, revealed that 926,100 jobs were created in 2021, with the informal sector taking the majority share (753,800).
The report further noted that over 2.3 million qualified youth lack jobs in the country.