The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is hiring 5000 Clerks countrywide on a short term basis to help in the second phase mass voter registration which will begin in January 2022.
The general public is hereby informed of the positions advertised and encouraged to apply for them.
The Commission is embarking on recruitment and training of the personnel who will be mobile as they seek to reach out to the 4.2Million unregistered voters that are still unaccounted for.
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed as follows;
Recruitment Date:Monday 13th December, 2021.
Recruitment Place: Constituency Headquarters
Note: That all applications should be done online; that no physical application forms have been issued; and that the application process is free and open to all public.
Succesful applicants will be communicated to by Constituency IEBC office via Short Text Messages(SMS).
All remuneration terms will be communicated to successful applicants.
Clerks will earn ksh 2, 000 per day for the three weeks of the exercise.
The following are the requirements for the positions.
●Must be a Kenyan Voter of good conduct and responsible citizen.
●At least form four level of education with a minimum of C- or equivalent
●Must have legible, neat handwriting
●Must be residents of the sub-locations, preferably the polling station they vote in or a nearby one.
●Aged between 18 and 50 years old
●Must be available from January 2022 to Mid February 2022.
●Fluent in the main local language/dialect and ready to go to villages to find the unregistered voters.
●Must be willing to work without supervision.
●Must be self-driven and be able to educate on the importance of registering as a voter and participating in an election.
NOTE:Applications should be received by Saturday 11th December, 2021.