Chief Justice Martha Koome. Photo courtesy.
Jobless Kenyans can now have something to smile about it after latest announcement from the Judiciary service department headed by Chief Justice Martha Koome. According to reports, the department has announced job vacancies that will make qualified people earn good salary to a tune of 360 thousand Kenya shillings.
As per the advertisement, the Judiciary is looking for Court Clark's who will help in running Court matters. They're also looking for drivers on a permanent and pensionable terms with all allowence as per the Constitution.
Other people who are supposed to apply are Risk assessment experts who are expected to be employed on a permanent and pensionable terms with good salary too Mechanical engineers are also needed are will recieve a salary ranging from 106k- 225k Kenya shillings. Kenyans are advised to log into the systems Portal and apply where they're qualified. This is agood move and it will see several kenyans get Jobs in the country, hence reduction of unemployment crisis.
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