The Ministry of Education is actively recruiting 300 individuals to assist with general office support and secretarial tasks.
In a notice dated Tuesday, July 5, the Ministry encouraged the public to apply and guaranteed that the candidates would be picked equitably.
Applicants must submit their applications by July 25, 2022.
Documents required for the application process include national identification cards, current Good Conduct certificates, and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) Personal Identification Number (PIN).
How to Use
Applications for the positions must be submitted online at recruitment.education.go.ke, the Ministry’s official website.
First and last name, email, and a password must be entered by new applicants throughout the registration process.
After making their accounts, the candidates must complete their profiles by uploading their credentials and filling out all the necessary fields.
Their most recent Curriculum Vitae (CV), Identity Card, and a scan of their KRA PIN certificates must also be uploaded to the website in PDF format.
Click on the see details link under the jobs or vacancies sections, respectively, to access a specific job.
Click the General Office Support tab to access the applications tab.
To submit your application, click Apply at the bottom of the job description.
On Tuesday, July 5, George Magoha, the cabinet secretary for education, emphasized the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC), noting that more than 6,500 classrooms had been constructed for junior secondary schools.
He said the incoming administration would need to set aside more money to ensure the success of CBC.
The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) reported in a recent report titled Economic Survey 2022 that 926,100 jobs were generated in 2021, with the informal sector employing the majority of these professions (753,800).
The survey also found that 2.3 million of the country’s qualified youth are unemployed.