The Public Service Commission (PSC) has declared more than 200 positions in Kenyan penitentiaries. In a notification on Tuesday, February 16, the State Department for Correctional Services under the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government is searching for otherworldly experts for the different penitentiaries in the country.
The public authority office publicized 223 posts for Catechists, Chaplains, and Imams. "Applications should arrive at the Commission at the latest March 5, 2021, most recent 5:00p.m. (East African Time)," the notification coordinated.
Necessities for the work
For an arrangement to this evaluation, an applicant should have:-
(I) a Bachelors certificate in any of the accompanying orders: Sacred Theology, Christian Philosophy, Pastoral Theology, Theology, Theology and Bible, Divinity, Islamic, Arabic Studies (Jaami'iyah) or some other identical capability from a college perceived in Kenya
(ii) a letter of suggestion from the head of Church/Mosque where the Church/Mosque should be under the umbrella of any of the accompanying bodies: Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB); National Council of Churches of Kenya; Evangelical Fellowship of Churches in Kenya; East Africa Union of Seventh Day Adventist; Supreme Council for Kenya Muslims or some other perceived profound body.
(iii) be an appointed Pastor/Priest/affirmed Sheik and authorized by the Government/Islamic power
Obligations and Responsibilities
This is a passage and preparing grade for this framework. An official at this level will work under the direction of a senior Chaplain/Imaam.
Obligations and duties will incorporate:-
(I) offering profound consideration to detainees, staff, and their families through lecturing, showing the expression of God, otherworldly directing, and direction
(ii) directing strict customs
(iii) selecting prisoners into the Christian/Muslim confidence
(iv) executing profound recovery programs
(v) planning prisoners and their families for reintegration through pre-discharge evaluation and direction
(vi) guaranteeing recognition of the Christian/Islamic occasional and uncommon occasions
(vii) keeping records on chaplaincy matter
The Kenya Prisons Project assists detainees with securing specialized abilities to assist them with consolidating society and break the pattern of wrongdoing whenever they are delivered.
Intrigued and qualified people are mentioned to make their applications online through the commission site: www. publicservice.go.ke
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