Mass recruitment at Knec, Official advertisement November 2023

Mass recruitment at Knec, Official advertisement November 2023

The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) invites competent, self-motivated, and qualified professionals for the following vacant positions:

1.0 DIRECTOR, TEST DEVELOPMENT, KNEC GRADE 2

Job Specifications
Director, Test Development will be responsible for the following duties and responsibilities:
(i) Implementing the Council resolutions and instructions on Test Development;
(ii) Supervising the Deputy Directors in the Directorate to ensure quality delivery of services;
(iii) Providing strategic leadership in the directorate;
(iv) Formulating and implementing initiatives to instill KNEC values in the Directorate;
(v) Establishing an efficient and effective system to undertake test development activities;
(vi) Preparing and implementing approved Directorate work plan, procurement plan, and budget;
(vii) Developing and implementing effective risk management strategies;
(viii) Cascading the strategic plan and performance contracting in the Directorate;
(ix) Ensuring security and confidentiality of all examination/assessment materials;
(x) Keeping abreast with trends in psychometrics;
(xi) Supervising and mentoring examinations officers;
(xii) Advising the CEO on staffing and strategies of adopting best practices intest development;
(xiii) Appraising the performance of Deputy Directors and Assistant Directors in the Directorate;
(xiv) Implementing Quality Management System for continual improvement;
(xv) Developing and implementing mechanisms for engagement of stakeholders on test development matters.
(xvi) Build capacity of education officers and teachers on examinations and assessment.

Person Specifications
For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:
(i) At least fifteen (15) years cumulative relevant work experience, five (5) of which should have served at senior management level;
(ii) Bachelors’ Degree in Education from a recognized institution OR Bachelors Degree in a relevant discipline plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from a recognized institution;
(iii) Masters’ Degree in a relevant discipline from a recognized institution;
(iv) Strategic Leadership Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognized institution;
(v) Demonstrated competence and merit in work performance;
(vi) Proficiency in computer applications;
(vii) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

Key Competencies, skills, and attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Critical and strategic thinking;
(iii) Mentorship and coaching;
(iv) Innovativeness;
(v) Communication and reporting skills;
(vi) Team player;
(vii) Interpersonal skills

2. DEPUTY DIRECTOR, INTERNAL AUDIT, KNEC GRADE 3

Job Specifications
The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail:
(i) Initiating the review of the Internal Audit policy documents to conform with the prevailing professional standards and regulations;
(ii) Ensuring that audit activities are carried out as per the professional guidelines and audit policies;
(iii) Initiating development of new initiatives aimed at improving internal audit
(iv) Operational efficiencies and managing the risk-based annual audit work plans to cover all activities of the Council.
(v) Co-ordinating the review of audit programs to ensure that they test the relevant internal controls and are in compliance with the international auditing standards;
(vi) Interacting with senior management to ensure their involvement in agreeing with the audit recommendations for areas of high risk;
(vii) Examining and evaluating the adequacy, effectiveness and reliability of the
(viii) Council’s financial and operating systems;
(ix) Coordinating and ensuring quality control of the audit activities to ensure that the audit objectives are met and that the audit professional standards are maintained at all times;
(x) Coordinating and conducting audits (where necessary) and hold all entry and exit audit meetings/sessions of each audit assignment with the auditees;
(xi) Evaluating the risk management processes and giving reasonable assurance to the management and the Council that all key business risks are being mitigated to acceptable levels.
(xii) Coordinating audit efforts with the external auditors to avoid duplication;
(xiii) Preparing audit findings, recommendations and management comments and present to the management and audit committee quarterly.
(xiv) Designing a follow-up mechanism on all audits done to ensure that the agreed audit recommendations are implemented within the given timeframe.
(xv) Managing the audit team performance through performance planning, coaching, mentoring and appraisals.
(xvi) Managing the training of the audit team to ensure they develop the skills and competencies required for professional career progression.
(xvii) Nurturing the team-building spirit among the auditors and implementing succession planning in the department.

Person Specifications
For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:
(i) At least twelve (12) years cumulative relevant work experience, five (5) of which should have served at management level;
(ii) Masters’ Degree in any of the following: Auditing, Business Administration majoring in Finance or Accounting or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
(iii) Bachelors’ Degree in Commerce, Business Administration, Business Management (Accounting Option) or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution;
(iv) Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognized
institution;
(v) Membership of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK);
(vi) Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA);
(vii) Demonstrated merit in work performance;
(viii) Proficiency in computer application;
(ix) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

Key Competencies, skills and attitudes
(i) Integrity;
(ii) Strategic thinking;
(iii) Analytical skills;
(iv) Communication and reporting skills;
(v) Managerial skills and ability to lead teams;
(vi) Mentoring, coaching and leadership skills;
(vii) Interpersonal and negotiation skills;
(viii) Team player; and
(ix) Self-motivated

3. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 4

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail: –
(i) Providing leadership in formulation and implementation ICT strategies;
(ii) Ensuring adherence to ICT policies procedures and standards;
(iii) Overseeing ICT programs and activities;
(iv) Managing, coordinating and supervising ICT functions in the unit/division; (v) Establishing mechanisms for disaster recovery and business continuity.
(vi) Drawing ICT budget and procurement plans;
(vii) Coordinating systems development, implementation and maintenance;
(viii) Liaising with users to ensure that their ICT needs are met;
(ix) Reviewing and evaluating feasibility studies and reports for implementation;
(x) Supervising and managing ICT projects within the planned time deadlines and budget projections;
(xi) Coordinating information systems security audits, reporting and making recommendations to strengthen ICT security systems;
(xii) Preparing work plans, conducting staff performance appraisal and submitting performance reports;
(xiii) Developing and implementing measures for staff capacity building;
(xiv) Facilitating procurement of ICT equipment and services;

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this position, an officer must have:
(i) At least ten (10) years cumulative relevant work experience, four (4) of which should have served at management level;
(ii) Masters degree in Computer Science or its equivalent from a recognized
institution;
(iii) Bachelors degree in any of the following disciplines: Computer Science,
Information Communication Technology, Electronics Engineering or other ICT related disciplines with a bias in computer science from a recognized institution;
(iv) Certification in the following; Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified Systems Developer (MCSD), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Oracle certification;
(v) Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognized institution.
(vi) Demonstrated merit in work performance;
(vii) Membership to a professional body;
(viii) Proficiency in computer application;
(ix) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Analytical skills;
(iii) Project Management Skills
(iv) Communication and reporting skills; (v) Interpersonal skills;
(vi) Team player.

4. PRINCIPAL INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 5

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail: –

(i) Coordinating systems analysis, design and requirement definition;
(ii) Overseeing implementation and maintenance of Information Systems.
(iii) Coordinating timely implementation and maintenance of systems;
(iv) Designing, implementing and maintaining Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN);
(v) Coordinating backups and ensuring the security of information resources; (vi) Overseeing system and database administration.
(vii) Overseeing ICT equipment maintenance;
(viii) Preparing reports for ICT equipment maintenance;
(ix) Preparing work plans, conducting staff performance appraisal and submitting performance reports;
(x) Developing and implementing measures for staff capacity building;
(xi) Delivering feasibility and cost-benefit analysis aspects to enhance overall ICT systems improvement;
(xii) Identifying areas of ICT process improvement;

(xiii) Liaising with end-users to determine future ICT requirements;
(xiv) Preparing reports on the health status of the various ICT resources;
(xv) Establishing and implementing practices for the monitoring of information systems’ logical and physical security to minimize the risk of equipment and data loss, theft, or tampering;
(xvi) Developing, implementing and maintaining the organization’s security architecture to provide an effective platform to protect the organizations assets;
(xvii) Undertaking investigations and report on security breaches and incidents to guide the refinement of practices and processes and reduce the likelihood and impact of security-related incidents;
(xviii) Performing regular security reviews and compliance testing to ensure adherence to adopted security standards.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this position, an officer must have:
(i) At least eight (8) years cumulative relevant work experience, three (3) of which should have served at the supervisory level;
(ii) Masters degree in Computer Science or its equivalent from a recognized
institution;
(iii) Bachelors degree in any of the following disciplines: Computer Science, Information Communication Technology, Electronics Engineering or other ICT related disciplines with a bias in computer science from a recognized institution;
(iv) Certification in the following; Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified Systems Developer (MCSD), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Oracle certification;
(v) Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognized institution.
(vi) Demonstrated merit in work performance;
(vii) Membership to a professional body;
(viii) Proficiency in computer application;
(ix) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes
(i) Integrity;
(ii) Analytical skills;
(iii) Project Management Skills
(iv) Communication and reporting skills; (v) Interpersonal skills;
(vi) Team player.

5. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT, KNEC GRADE 5

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail:

(i) Receiving, reviewing and forwarding monthly and quarterly reports by the set timelines;
(ii) Ensuring that financial statements are produced on time as per all the relevant legislation and financial regulations;
(iii) Reviewing responses to audit queries and ensuring timely response to the queries raised;
(iv) Implementing ISO procedures and work instructions;
(v) Preparing all foreign payments as per existing contracts or invoices submitted; obtaining the best foreign exchange spot rates;
(vi) Verifying payment vouchers;
(vii) Verifying imprest accounted for and follow-up of outstanding imprests;
(viii) Ensuring timely and accurate payments of claims;
(ix) Keeping abreast with tax legislation and advise management;
(x) Ensuring timely processing of fuel requests for running national examinations;
(xi) Requisition bank for blank cheque books, record in register issue the same; custodian of all blank cheques;
(xii) Preparing revised estimates and draft annual budget; ensure budget compliance; receive, review and forward monthly and quarterly reports by the set timelines;
(xiii) Regularly reviewing internal control procedures and ensuring that the existing internal control procedures are adhered to;
(xiv) Maintaining project accounts as per donors’ requirements and PFMA Act;
(xv) Implementing ISO procedures and work instructions;
(xvi) implementing the revenue collection system and making proposals for its continuous improvement;
(xvii) Advising management on the valuation and revaluation of fixed assets.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) At least eight (8) years cumulative relevant work experience, three (3) of which should have served at the supervisory level;
(ii) Masters Degree in any of the following: Economics, Commerce (Finance Option) Business Administration, Business Management, Finance, Accounts; or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
(iii) Bachelors Degree in any of the following disciplines: Finance, Accounts Commerce (Finance Option), Business Administration, Business
Management, Economics or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
(iv) Certified Public Accountant CPA (K) or Association of Certified Chartered Accountant (ACCA);
(v) Registered member with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) in good standing;
(vi) Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognized
institution;
(vii) Demonstrated merit in work performance;
(viii) Proficiency in computer application;
(ix) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Analytical skills;
(iii) Communication and reporting skills;
(iv) Mentoring, coaching and leadership skills; (v) Interpersonal and negotiation skills;
(vi) Team player.

6. PRINCIPAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 5

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail:
(i) Providing input in the development of human resource management
strategies, policies and procedures;
(ii) Processing the payroll and employee benefits administration; (iii) Managing employee discipline and industrial relations;
(iv) Handling employee relations;
(v) Carrying out job analysis and advice on review of career guidelines;
(vi) Providing professional advice on human resources matters at the Council;
(vii) Assisting in the provision of secretariat services to the Human Resource Advisory Committee;
(viii) Coordinating monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of training and development programs;
(ix) Ensuring compliance with human resource-related statutory obligations;
(x) Maintaining and updating staff skills inventory;
(xi) Administering staff separation;
(xii) Analysis and advising on staffing levels, succession planning and emerging trends on human resource management;
(xiii) Participating in staff recruitment, selection and separation processes; (xiv) Preparing and implementing induction and on-boarding programs.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) At least eight (8) years cumulative relevant work experience, three (3) of which should have served at the supervisory level;
(ii) Masters Degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration with a Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution;
(iii) Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution; OR Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences/Business Administration/Commerce with Diploma (KNEC) in Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution;
(iv) Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management from a recognized
institution
(v) Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognized
institution;
(vi) Membership to the Institute of Human Resource Management;
(vii) Demonstrated merit in work performance;
(viii) Proficiency in computer application;
(ix) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Analytical skills;
(i) Communication and reporting skills; (ii) Interpersonal and negotiation skills; (iii) Team player.

7. ICT OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 7

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail: –

(i) Designing, developing, testing and implementing of software solutions as per user requirements;
(ii) Providing technical expertise for requirements analysis to enhance the quality of system design;
(iii) Installing, configuring and maintaining ICT systems;
(iv) Liaising with vendors on installation, configuration and maintenance of applications, network systems and infrastructure;
(v) Providing user support and training;
(vi) Maintaining and configuring systems and databases;
(vii) Devising and implementing measures to enhance safety, security and accountability for ICT systems and infrastructure;
(viii) Undertaking repairs and maintenance of ICT equipment and associated peripherals;
(ix) Drawing specifications for ICT equipment;
(x) Receiving, verifying and installing ICT equipment;
(xi) Analyzing and reporting on the performance of assigned systems and applications to guide owners in the development of business cases for necessary upgrades;
(xii) Developing, reviewing and maintaining support documentation to assist end-users with restoring services;
(xiii) Liaising with internal and external stakeholders to provide technical support while monitoring, analyzing and reporting on systems performance;
(xiv) Contributing to building capacity within the ICT technical team and ensuring effective knowledge sharing and mentorship.
(xv) Monitoring and reporting on the performance of network, system and application security solutions to highlight areas of non-compliance and inform the development of improved practices and processes;
(xvi) Managing the allocation of access privileges of users to ensure appropriate security settings are applied as per organization policies and application owner-defined parameters;
(xvii) Investigating security breaches to guide the refinement of information security policies and practices;
(xviii) Providing virus protection defenses, reviewing information systems for breaches in security and securing servers from unauthorized use;
(xix) Monitoring data transactions in and out of a network environment.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this position, an officer must have:

(i) At least four (4) years cumulative relevant work experience;
(ii) Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Information Communication Technology, Electronics Engineering or any other ICT related disciplines with a bias in computer science from a recognized institution.
(iii) Demonstrated competence and merit in work performance;
(iv) Proficiency in computer applications;
(v) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Analytical skills;
(iii) Communication and reporting skills;
(iv) Project management skills; (v) Interpersonal skills; (vi) Team player.

8. MANUSCRIPTS OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 7

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities will entail:

(i) Typesetting examination/assessment manuscripts allocated by Assistant Director, Manuscripts Services;
(ii) Effecting changes or corrections on examination/assessment manuscripts marked by examination officers after proofreading;
(iii) Maintaining a record of all work allocated and completed;
(iv) Providing input in the preparation of divisional budgeted work plans;
(v) Formatting the examination/assessment manuscripts;
(vi) Ensuring security and confidentiality of examination/assessment manuscripts.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) Bachelors Degree in Education (Business Studies) from a recognized institution from a recognized university; OR
(ii) Bachelors Degree in a relevant discipline and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from a recognized university; OR
(iii) Bachelors Degree in Business Studies (Secretarial Studies) from a recognized university;
(iv) Proficiency in computer applications;
(v) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills, and attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Time management;
(iii) Communication skills;
(iv) Team player;
(v) Interpersonal skills;

9. ACCOUNTANT, KNEC GRADE 7

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities of the officer will entail:

(i) Reconciling and preparing timely reports on all revenues due and collected;
(ii) Monitoring the fees collection bank accounts;
(iii) Posting receipt journals/vouchers;
(iv) Implementing QMS procedures and work instructions;
(v) Maintaining bank account details for all contracted professionals;
(vi) Reconciling the system and manual cash books;
(vii) Preparation of the monthly expenditure and quarterly treasury performance reports;
(viii) Preparing tax records and dispatching income tax certificates to customers;
(ix) Filing PAYE, withholding tax and vat returns;
(x) Ensuring timely response to all audit queries;
(xi) Maintaining investments register;
(xii) Preparing weekly, monthly quarterly annual revenue reports;
(xiii) Collating estimates for fees and non-fees income, and preparing monthly bank reconciliation;
(xiv) Maintaining imprest ledger and records, report outstanding imprest;

(xv) Timely processing and management of fuel requests for running national examinations cost and project accounting.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) Bachelors Degree in any of the following disciplines: Finance, Accounts Commerce (Finance Option), Business Administration, Business Management, Economics or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
(ii) Certified Public Accountant CPA (K) or Association of Certified Chartered
Accountant (ACCA); (iii) Member of ICPAK;
(iv) Demonstrated merit in work performance; (v) Proficiency in computer application;
(vi) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, Skills and Attitudes

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Communication and reporting skills;
(iii) Interpersonal skills;
(iv) Attention to detail;
(v) Team player  

10. LEGAL OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 7

(a) Job Specifications

Duties and responsibilities will entail:

(i) Researching and obtaining information on case
files
(ii) Drafting correspondence with external advocates;
(iii) Compiling schedule of legal risks;
(iv) Compiling contract documentation for preparation and related documents within the Council;
(v) Assisting external counsel in handling cases filed against the Council and attending court hearings.
(vi) Assisting in responding to correspondences and issues arising out of court matters;
(vii) Assisting in preparation of contracts within the Council;
(viii) Assisting in preparation of Council papers;
(ix) Reviewing invoices issued by external lawyers.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) At least 4 years cumulative relevant work experience
(ii) Bachelors Degree in Law (LLB) from a recognized Institution
(iii) Postgraduate Diploma in Law;
(iv) Member of the Law Society of Kenya;
(v) Valid and current Practicing Certificate from the Law Society of Kenya;
(vi) Demonstrated merit and competence in work performance; (vii) Proficiency in computer applications.
(viii) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitude

(i) Integrity.
(ii) Report and Minutes writing skills
(iii) Communication skills;
(iv) Interpersonal and negotiation skills; (v) Team player.

11. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT OFFICER, KNEC GRADE 7

(a) Job Specifications

Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:

(i) Implementing measures to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in Stores
Management;
(ii) Carrying out annual and periodic stocktaking;
(iii) Setting up accurate inventory control systems to maintain optimum stock levels;
(iv) Maintaining inventory in good condition for continual usage;
(v) Advising and employing best storage methods;
(vi) Maintaining and updating all inventory records;
(i) Receipting of all inventory and raising inventory receipt documents;
(ii) Ensuring safety, security and cleanliness in the warehouse;
(ix) Assisting in preparation of disposal documents;
(x) Initiating documentation for payment of suppliers for services rendered;
(xi) Maintaining a register of return stores and lists of items awaiting disposal.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement and Logistics Management, Commerce, Business Administration (Supplies Management Option) or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; OR Bachelor’s degree plus a post Graduate Diploma in Supplies Management/Logistics and Procurement Management from a recognized institution;
(ii) Member of Kenya Institute of Supplies Management (KISM) of good standing;
(iii) Demonstrated merit in work performance;
(iv) Proficiency in computer application;
(v) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes
(i) Integrity;
(ii) Planning skills;
(iii) Communication and reporting skills; (iii) Interpersonal skills; (iv) Team player.

12. ICT ASSISTANT, KNEC GRADE 9

(a) Job Specifications

The duties and responsibilities will entail:

(i) Developing, testing and implementing software applications according to instructions and specifications;
(ii) Providing end-user support and training;
(iii) Maintaining and repairing computer hardware and optical mark reader equipment;
(iv) Monitoring the performance of systems and assisting with the identification of potential issues and proposing solutions;
(v) Reporting any incidences and faults; and
(vi) Contributing to the development of reference materials and assisting ICT end-users with the maintenance of documentation on system configurations and technical processes.

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) Diploma in Computer Science/Information Communication Technology, Electronics Engineering or its equivalent from a recognized institution; (ii) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, skills and attitudes

(i) Communication and reporting skills;
(ii) Interpersonal skills;
(iii) Team player;
(iv) Integrity;
(v) Result oriented.

13. ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT, KNEC GRADE 9

(a) Job Specifications
The duties and responsibilities of the officer will be to assist in:
(i) Preparing journals/vouchers and payments;
(ii) Responding to queries from contracted professionals;
(iii) Maintaining voucher movement registers;
(iv) Verifying and batching invoices and payment vouchers;
(v) Reconciling vendor statements;
(vi) Maintaining project files, records;
(vii) Delivering and collecting instructions to and from the bank.
(viii) Preparing bank and fees reconciliation

(b) Person Specifications

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

(i) Diploma in Accountancy or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
(ii) Certified Public Accountant CPA (K) or Association of Certified Chartered
Accountant (ACCA); (iii) Member of ICPAK;
(iv) Demonstrated merit in work performance; (v) Proficiency in computer application;
(vi) Fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution for successful applicants.

(c) Key Competencies, Skills and Attitude

(i) Integrity;
(ii) Planning skills;
(iii) Communication and reporting skills;
(iv) Interpersonal skills;
(v) Team player

14. APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Interested and suitably qualified candidates should fill and submit the Application for Employment Form KNEC 2A – (External applicants) and Application for Employment Form KNEC 2B – (Internal applicants), an application letter, accompanied by certified copies of academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of daytime telephone contact, e-mail address, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of three referees, on or before 21st November, 2023 to the address below:

The Chief Executive Officer
Kenya National Examinations Council
New Mitihani House, South C
P.O Box 73598-00200
NAIROBI

4.0 NOTES:

4.1 The Council will only contact the shortlisted candidates and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification;

4.2 Successful applicants offered employment will be required to submit clearance under Chapter Six (6) of the Constitution of Kenya;

4.3 KNEC Grade 2 and Grade 3 positions are on 5 year contract terms of service and renewal is subject to performance;

4.4 KNEC is an Equal opportunity Employer and People Living with Disability, and female candidates are encouraged to apply.

For more details regarding the vacant positions, please visit www.knec.ac.ke

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