Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission( IEBC) in the month of April this time blazoned an aggregate of 418,192 short- term job openings ahead of the August 9 General Election in the country.
This commission, the IEBC was looking forward to novitiate deputy county returning officers( 47), deputy constituency returning officers a aggregate of( 290), presiding officers a aggregate of(52,481), deputy presiding officers a aggregate of(52,841), logistics officers a aggregate of( 389) and support electoral coaches a aggregate of(5,827).
The IEBC choices authority was intending to matriculate 580 ICT clerks, 302,860 polling clerks, 47 county grounded namer preceptors, 290 constituency grounded namer preceptors as well as 2,900 ward- grounded namer preceptors in the country.
Every interested party was anticipated to apply for the positions on IEBC’s online gate, where conditions for the places will be available, before May 6, 2022.
Following the below arrangements, the commission has since started the canvassing process of the officers to help take part in the August choices.
According to a spot check across the country, it’s now clear that a number of counties andSub-Counties have so far invited aspirants to turn up for listed interviews.
IEBC is thus putatively set with the necessary procedures to see to it that the August election which is now about 50 days down, becomes a success.
Important to note is that the commission blazoned for the positions online on the website and that operation was submitted online by interested parties online. No hardcopy job operations were accepted at the IEBC services across the country.
As per to the commission’s programs rolled out at county andSub-County situations, from the Presiding officers and Deputy presiding officers interviews, IEBC will also move to solicit clerks amongst other officers before embarking on the rigorous training on dates that the commission will communicate.
Stylish wishes to all the aspirants during the interviews.
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