The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on Friday, April 22, announced over 400,000 temporary positions ahead of the August 9, 2022 election.
Kenyans are invited to apply, with the application deadline set for Thursday, May 5, 2022.
The Kenyan Constitution established the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission as a regulatory agency in 2011, with responsibility for holding or overseeing any election handled by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
This institution, founded in 2010 by Article 201 of the Kenyan Constitution, is in charge of overseeing all elections, from municipal to national levels.
In preparation for the upcoming Kenya general election on August 9, 2022, the IEBC intends to hire around 418,000 election officials for the following temporary positions.
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The minimum prerequisites for applying for the IEBC election vacancies listed above in 2022 are as follows.
If interested, follow the steps below to apply for the IEBC open positions in the general elections of 2022.
Please Note: Successful Applicants will be contacted by IEBC after a review of the applications.
The electoral body Chairperson, Wafula Chebukati also warned Kenyas to Beware of fake job adverts. IEBC does not charge any fee at any point on applications made and ALL applications are done online.
County returning officers will be paid Ksh4,000 each day worked, while their subordinates will be paid Ksh3,000.
Presiding officers will each be paid Ksh2,000 per day, with their deputies receiving Ksh1,800.
Logistics officers will be paid Ksh1,500 on a daily basis.
Support electoral trainers will be paid Ksh2,000 per day.
ICT clerks will be paid Ksh1,500 per day.
Polling clerks and Counting clerks will fill the majority of job positions and they will be paid Ksh1,000 each day.
County-based voter educators will be paid Ksh2,000 per day, Constituency-based voter educators Ksh1,500 per day, and Ward-based voter educators Ksh1,000 per day.
Remember, the deadline for the applications is May 5, 2022. If interested, click here.