NSSF Announces 188 Job Vacancies; How to Apply

  • NSSF building in Nairobi's Upper Hill.
    NSSF building in Nairobi's Upper Hill.
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  • The National Social Security Fund has announced 188 vacancies as it seeks to enhance service delivery across the country.

    Among positions the agency is looking to fill are 29 Grade 6 Compliance Officers, responsible for enforcing the NSSF Act No. 45 of 2013 with regard to collection of contributions and registration of employers and employees and education of its members.

    9 Grade 6 Branch Accountants are also needed. These individuals will be responsible for the overall management of its branches finances.

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    Also required are 15 Grade 7 Finance Assistants who will report to the Branch Accountant. The candidates will support day-to-day running and efficient management of Branch finances while performing all the other general tasks related to contributions and payments made from customers.

    74 Grade 7 Clerical Officer positions are also up for grabs, as well as 8 Grade 6 Executive Assistants, 10 Grade 7 Administrative Assistants, 23 Drivers, and 20 Office Assistants.

    How to Apply 

    Interested applicants are required to send their applications, Curriculum Vitae, and copies of their certificates/testimonials physically to the Managing Trustee’s Office, Social Security House, Bishops Road, Block ‘A’, Western Wing.

    The applications can also be sent via courier or post office, to The Managing Trustee/CEO, National Social Security Fund, P.O. Box 30599-00100, NAIROBI.

    Email applications to recruitment@nssfkenya.co.ke are also accepted.

    The deadline for application is on January 17, 2022.

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