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PAC University Jobs in Kenya

PAC (Pan Africa Christian) University, a Chartered Private University, is seeking to fill the positions outlined below from suitable candidates. 

Applicants must be born again and active members of a local Church.

Job Title: Deputy Vice Chancellor – Finance and Administration
The DVC Finance and Administration shall be responsible for setting the strategic direction of the Finance and Administration Division through the development and implementation of sound financial and administrative policies and strategies in order to realize the University’s vision, mission and strategic objectives. 

The position also assists the Vice Chancellor in the administration of the University.

Job Titles:
 Senior Lecturers (5 Positions)  & Lecturers (5 Positions)
The purpose of these jobs is to strengthen academic leadership and innovation in Business, Bible & Theology, Community Development, ICT and Communication Departments and other University level initiatives.

Job Title:
 ICT Administrator / Trainer
The ICT Administrator will be responsible for the efficient operations of the university systems, databases and networks ensuring effective service delivery to the users. 

The position also includes teaching responsibilities as assigned by the department head.

For details of the full profiles for these jobs, please visit our website

If you believe you are the right candidate for any of the above positions, kindly send your application letter and detailed Curriculum Vitae to The Human Resource Officer, Pan Africa Christian University on; not later than Friday, 20th February, 2015. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Pan Africa Christian University is an equal opportunity employer and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

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