Govt Advertises Jobs With Up to Ksh 500K Salary, How to Apply

  • Kenyans queue at a past job interview.
    Kenyans queue at a past job interview.
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  • The Bandari Maritime Academy, a government institution, has announced vacancies with up to Ksh500,000 salary. 

    On Tuesday, October 18, the academy unveiled the list of managerial positions that were up for grabs from its Chief Executive Officer slot.

    For instance, the CEO will be entitled to a basic salary scale of between Ksh290,000 and Ksh490,000 with a house allowance of Ksh80,000 for three years. 

    The deputy directors representing both the maritime education and training and corporate services will pocket a basic monthly salary of Ksh245,000 and Ksh449,000 with a house allowance of Ksh70,000 and a commuter allowance of Ksh24,000.

    A building at Bandari Maritime Academy in Mombasa
    A building at Bandari Maritime Academy in Mombasa.
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    The corporation secretary and head of legal services slot attract a monthly remuneration of between Ksh245,500 and Ksh449,500, as well as that of the registrar.

    Assistant director's position attracts between Ksh170,500 and Ksh373,500 monthly pay and a Ksh35,000 house allowance.

    This post has four vacancies covering internal audit, finance, supply chain management and information communication technology.

    Other positions are senior principal trainers (monthly basic pay of between Ksh170,500 and Ksh373,500) and quality assurance officer (between Ksh115,500 and Ksh285,000), among others.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates are advised to send their applications before Monday, November 7, at 5:00 p.m.

    For hard copies, applications must be addressed to the acting director of the academy and include the institution's Mombasa postal address.

    In soft copy, the application must be sent in pdf format with application forms available on the institution's website.

    The completed application form should be accompanied by a detailed CV (with at least three referees) and copies of academic and professional certificates to be emailed to recruitment@bma.ac.ke.

    Successful candidates must submit valid compliance certificates from Kenya Revenue Authority, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, a registered Credit Reference Bureau, the Higher Education Loans Board and a certificate of good conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.

    jobseekers queuing on Wabera Street, Nairobi, waiting to be interviewed by The Sarova Stanley on May 26, 2018
    Jobseekers queuing on Wabera Street, Nairobi, waiting to be interviewed by The Sarova Stanley on May 26, 2018
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