Govt Announces Jobs for Drivers & 54 Other Positions: How to Apply
The National Government Affirmative Action Fund Board called upon jobseekers across the country to apply for 62 job positions before the close date scheduled for March 24, 2023.
In a notice dated Tuesday, February 28, the government agency announced that successful applicants will serve on a three-year contract that is up for review depending on performance.
The positions include drivers (8), county coordinator (47), principal ICT officer (1), principal communication officer (1), principal finance officer (1), deputy director-resource mobilisation (1), deputy director-planning (1), internal auditor & risk assurance (1) and corporation secretary (1).
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How to Apply
According to the public notice, all interested candidates had three options to submit their applications; online, hand-delivered, or via the post office.
The agency called upon each applicant to include their curriculum vitae with three referees, daytime telephone contact, academic and professional certificates, testimonials, and a cover letter.
Additionally, according to the notice, each cover letter should indicate the position and reference number applied for.
For those seeking to apply via the online platform, they were advised to send to; recruitment(@)ngaaf(dot)go(dot)ke.
Those who will opt for the post office route were required to address their letters to the Chief Executive Officer, National Government Affirmative Action Fund, P.O Box 48272-00100, Nairobi.
Thirdly, candidates may also hand deliver their applications to the Chief Executive Officer National Government Affirmative Action Fund Absa Towers, 16th floor Loita Street, Nairobi.
Conclusively, all interested candidates should visit the website, www(dot)ngaaf(dot)go(dot)ke, for more details on the recruitment exercise.
The National Government Affirmative Action Fund was established under the Public Finance Management Act (No. 18 of 2012) and is governed by the Public Finance Management Act (National Government Affirmative Action Fund) Regulations, 2016.
Data from the World Bank in 2022 showed that the rate of unemployment in Kenya grew from 2.8 per cent in 2016 to 5.7 per cent in 2020 and 2021.
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