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NGILU announces massive job recruitment

 The Kitui County government has announced a major job recruitment drive to fill various slots in administrative and health departments.

Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu (right) meets county health workers in her boardroom on November 6,2021. The county is seeking to hire staff including health workers as devolution is a county function. Photo/FILE

Among the vacancies to be filled are Kitui and Mwingi municipal board membership posts and subcounty alcoholic drinks control committee slots in all the eight sub counties.

The county is also seeking to hire ward administrators for Tseikuru and Ikutha wards as well as a number of village administrators.

For details of job descriptions and terms, visit the job page by clicking on this link:

The deadline for application of these jobs is Thursday, November 25, 2021.

Candidates will be expected to seek clearances from various statutory bodies and other entities. They include KRA, EACC, DCI, HELB and CRB.

However, job seekers will no longer be required to produce the clearance certificates unless the job offer is guaranteed if a bill in the National Assembly becomes law.

National Assembly nominated Member of Parliament Charles Keter sponsored a bill recommending abolishing of the clearance requirements for job seekers, majority who are young people.

The amendment Bill is at the Second Reading of law making.

According to the parliamentary budget office, the bodies which clear job seekers collect more that Sh750 Million every year.


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