Monday, June 30, 2014

Manager Secretarial job in Kenya

Vacancy: Manager Secretarial

Our client is a member firm of one of the world's leading organisations that provide independent assurance, tax and advisory services with a global presence in 127 countries. 

Our client works in 21 countries in Africa and has a regional office in Nairobi. In Kenya, our client offers a broad range of services that include: audit, tax, advisory, outsourcing and secretarial services.

Reporting to the Senior Manager, you will have strong business acumen and will be expected to effectively manage multiple relationships which will include clients, team members and coaches. 

KCA Univeristy Human Resources Officer job in Kenya

KCA University is a dynamic private business university committed to quality service and ethical practices. 

KCA University seeks to recruit highly motivated, innovative and committed candidates to fill the position below for a period of six months. 

KCA staff are encouraged to apply.
Human Resources Officer
Job Objective: To coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources department.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Ensure proper maintenance of HR filing system, updating and follow up of staff and departmental records/data such as
  • Leave records

Furaha Community Foundation Interns Vacancies

Furaha Community Foundation is a non - profit, non - governmental organization operating in Huruma, Nairobi.  

Furaha’s poverty alleviation program targets OVC’s, their guardians and other marginalized members of the community through provision of quality education, quality health care, vocational skills training and micro credit for small businesses.

We invite interns / volunteers in the following fields:
  • Project  monitoring and evaluation
  • Social work /Community Development
  • Communications / media
  • Accounts
  • IT

Recruitment of 10000 Police Constables - National Police Service Commission (NPSC)

Republic of Kenya

The National Police Service Commission (NPSC)
Recruitment of Police Constables

Pursuant to the Constitution, particularly Articles 10; 232; 238(d); 243; 246(3); 246(4) and Chapter Six, Sections 10, 11 and 12 of the National Police Service Commission Act, 2011 and the National Police Service Act, 2011, the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) seeks to recruit suitable and qualified candidates who satisfy the provisions of the Constitution, the Enabling Acts and the additional criteria below to be trained as Police Constables.