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4 Clerical Officers Jobs in Kenya

Number of Posts: Four (4)

Terms of Service: Contract Three (3) Years
Remuneration: As provided for by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission
  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade C or its approved equivalent;
  • Proficiency in computer application skills.
  • Has passed the Proficiency Examination for Clerical Officers administered by the Public Service Commission (Kenya)
  • Processing appointments, promotions, discipline, transfers and other related duties in human resource management;
  • Processing of pension documents;
  • Safe custody of the invoices, receipts and other records;
  • Preparation of estimates of expenditure for general office services;
  • Preparation and maintenance of records and ensuring proper maintenance of filing system;
  • Processing of human resource statistics;
  • Assisting in planning office accommodation and layout;
  • Assisting in the management of the offices operations and their personnel;
  • Sorting, filing and dispatching letters.
How To Apply
All applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope addressed to:
The Secretary
County Public Service Board
Private Bag
Or hand delivered at the Board offices located at the Voi Sub County Office (Former Municipal Council of Voi)
Important information
  • Candidates must attach a clear copy of their national identity card or valid passport.
  • The applications with copies of academic and professional certificates and other testimonials should reach the County Public Service Board on or before 4.30 PM on Friday 27th December, 2019
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
  • Youth, women and persons with special needs are encouraged to apply.
  • Candidates found canvassing will automatically be disqualified.

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