The electoral agency has made a major milestone in procuring the services of qualified Kenyans to serve as voter registration assistants, constituency ICT clerks and voter registration clerks ahead of the fast approaching 2022 general elections.
The electoral body has already begun sending out messages to potential recruits to avail themselves at designated sub-county offices for face-to-face evaluation before being employed temporarily.
So far, residents of Kuresoi South, Nakuru county have received invitation messages for voter registration clerk interviews which will be done on Friday 9th at the Constituency Development Fund hall, Keringet.
The 45 days temporary jobs attracts a wage of 1,500 per day for registration assistants and Information Communication Technology clerks while voter registration clerks will be paid the tune of Kenya Shillings 1,000 per day.
If invited for physical interviews, remember to carry your physical credentials for cross-checking to avoid missing out the lucrative opportunity. Also ensure that you meet all the requirements.
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