Job ID 25173
Offered Salary 5000
Career Level Executive
Experience 3 Years
Industry Human Resource
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC Jobs seeks skilled Kenyans to fill temporary jobs in its national offices. The Commission also tries to hire permanent staff for zones and voter education.
The Commission seeks to employ an Estimated 400,000 temporary workers. To ensure the September 9 General Election is free and fair. The workers are mainly logistical officers, support staff, and presidency officers. They will receive Ksh. Two thousand per day over 13 days to help manage polling stations. In addition, they pay the wages of their deputy.
They will be Accountable for Registering voters and checking their Eligibility to vote. They must collaborate with the IEBC’s Information Technology Officer within the county to ensure.
This will ensure your vote’s Integrity and avoid any fraud. In addition, the candidates will be required to work long hours and be flexible with their description of work. Other positions the Commission hires include information for Constituency technology and communications clerks and the Ward-based voter Educator.
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This Commission also plans to hire 2,900, with two per the Nation’s 1,450 districts. These ward-based educators will be responsible for giving civic education to ward voters. This is to ensure that they can vote. This will enable them to pay the costs of their travel.
The deputy Presiding officers will receive a salary of 18,000 daily Shillings for 13 days. To assist their Presiding officers in running the polling places. They will also help them conduct site Inspections and ensure the voting process is done.
There is no doubt that Kenyans will be keen to make sure the august elections are without rigour and in a fair manner. Because violent and Intimidating tactics usually Accompany elections in Kenya. However, Kenyan president-elect William Ruto has assured that his administration. Will not be by any person who wants the outcome of the September 9 General Election.
He also has vowed to reduce new loans by nearly 89 per cent of the KES. His father, Uhuru Kenyatta, borrowed during his initial term. This will ease the Economic burden and allow the government to fund other Essential services.
To ensure that elections in the country are on time and without violence. The IEBC has passed every party to conduct Primaries within their borders. They also requested that all wards clean up their Electoral registers before elections. It has also asked all communities to clean up their records before the polls. IEBC also has a committee to monitor the election preparations.
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