Grab a vacancy: 295 jobs by Public Service Commission, PSC
PSC, 295 Job Vacancies Across Ministries, State Departments for you.
Attention is drawn on qualified and interested parties following job announcement by the Public Service Commission, PSC. Application is to end on October 4, 2021. Public Service Commission headquarters announces.
On behalf of the Kenyan government, Public Service Commission PSC has floated 295 job vacancies across different ministries amongst numerous state departments.
The announcement came this week on Tuesday, 14Th September,2021. PSC invited suitable and interested citizens to apply for the vacancies latest day being October 4, 2021.
“Declaration of vacant positions in the Public Service. Candidates who show interest and possibly are qualified are encouraged to apply via the PSC portal before or on 04th October 2021 by 5 pm (EAT),” PSC said in a tweet.
Out of the declared 295 vacancies, some 174 will be taken up by the Ministry of Defence, 91 slots go the National Treasury and Planning, whereas 30 slots will be set aside to the office of the Attorney General.
At the treasury it’s in plans to have a number of Planning directors and principal economists recruited, the AGs office thus plans to hire State counsels.
It’s in plan that from the slots, the Ministry of Defence hires an Assistant Director of Public Communication, Public Communication Officer, Psychological counsellors, Medical specialists, Speech therapists, Sonographers, Radiographers, Nurses, Clinical officers, Assistant Occupational therapists, Pharmaceutical technologists and Medical Laboratory technologists.
Candidates who are interested and qualified are advised to apply through the PSC
website: www.publicservice.go.ke or www.psckjobs.go.ke.
PSC jobs are coming just a few weeks after the Ministry of Interior had announced some other 1,870 short-term administrative vacancies.
Mr. Karanja Kibicho, the PS interior clearly stated that the state is looking forward to hire 1,200 Clerical Officers II, 205 office administrative assistants III, 109 drivers III, and 356 other support staff.
It might be worth noting that the advertised positions were in the Department of National Registration Bureau in all the Kenyan 47 counties.