Professor, Law, Job in Kenya


Applicants must be holders of an earned PhD degree in the relevant area of specialty. In addition, applicants must:

  • Have at least twelve (12) years of university teaching experience, three (3) of which as full time Associate Professor;
  • Have at least sixty (60) publication points, forty (40) of which are from articles in refereed scholarly journals since being appointed Associate Professor;
  • Have successfully supervised to completion at least six (6) Masters and two (2) PhD students since being appointed Associate Professor;
  • Show evidence of successfully securing at least two (2) research grants since being appointed Associate Professor;
  • Show evidence of attendance and contribution of learned conferences, seminars or workshops;
  • Show evidence of active participation/leadership in university activities; and
  • Show evidence of continued research.

How To Apply

  • Visit the University of Embu website;, select the Job Application Portal and fill in your details as guided; and 2. Submit one (1) hard copy application package (with job reference number clearly marked on the envelope) with the following;
  • Application letter;
  • Detailed curriculum vitae signed on all pages. The CV must include details of three (3) referees well known to you;
  • Copies of certified academic and professional certificates;
  • A copy of the National ID card;
  • A copy of the current pay slip (if any);and
  • Other relevant testimonials.

Note: Applicants who do not submit one (1) hard copy of the application package will not be considered.

Other Requirements
Applicants should notify the three (3) referees to send their recommendation letters directly to the undersigned in a sealed envelope or in soft via before the deadline.
The Application Package (hard and soft copy) should reach the undersigned.

The Vice-Chancellor,
University of Embu,
P.O. Box 6-60100, Embu,


  • Only qualified and shortlisted applicants will be contacted;
  • Successful candidates for Grade 12 and above will be required to satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six (6) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010;
  • Persons with disability are encouraged to apply; and
  • University of Embu does not levy any fees for job application