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How to Apply for NSSF 188 Job Vacancies

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Sheila Brenda Andoi
January 12, 2022

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) is an organization that exists to benefit the general public and it provides social security for all Kenyan workers in the official and informal sectors.

About NSSF

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) was founded by an Act of Parliament, Cap 258 of the Kenyan Laws, in 1965. The Fund was originally a Ministry of Labour Department until 1987, when the NSSF Act was changed, changing the Fund into a State Corporation managed by a Board of Trustees.


The Act was enacted as an obligatory national program with the primary goal of providing Kenyans with basic financial security benefits upon retirement. It was established as a Provident Fund that offers lump-sum rewards.

NSSF Open Job Vacancies

As part of its efforts to improve service delivery across the country, the NSSF has posted 188 job openings.

The organization is looking to hire 29 Grade 6 Compliance Officers, who will be responsible for enforcing the NSSF Act No. 45 of 2013 in regards to contribution collection, employer and employee registration, and member education.

There are also 9 open positions for Grade 6 Branch Accountants.  These individuals will be in charge of the overall financial administration of the NSSF branches.

15 Grade 7 Finance Assistants are also needed, and they will report to the Branch Accountant.

A total of 74 Grade 7 Clerical Officer positions are needed as well as other positions listed below:

8 Grade 6 Executive Assistants.

10 Grade 7 Administrative Assistants.

23 Drivers

20 Office Assistants. 

How to Apply For NSSF Job Vacancies 2022

Interested individuals should physically submit their applications to the Managing Trustee's Office in Nairobi, together with their curriculum vitae (CV) and verified copies of their certificates/testimonials.

The documents must be delivered to Social Security House, Bishops Road, Block 'A', Western Wing, by the applicants.

Alternatively, applications may be mailed by courier or post office to The Managing Trustee/CEO, National Social Security Fund, P.O. Box 30599-00100, NAIROBI.

Application documents can also be emailed to recruitment@nssfkenya.co.ke.


Individuals interested in the open positions can learn more about them by visiting https://www.nssf.or.ke/careers.

Remember to use the position title as the subject of your email if you're applying via email. 

Alternatively, if you're sending your applications in an envelope clearly label it with the position you're applying for.

NOTE: The deadline for applications is on 17th January 2022.

NSSF Contacts

National Social Security Fund (HQ) – P.O. Box 30599 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya

National Social Security Fund (HQ) - Main Line: (020) 2729911, 2710552

Toll Free line: 0800 2212744

Cell Phone: 0709 583 000, 0730 882 000

ISDN: 2832000

Fax: (020) 2727882, 2722013, 2711615

Email: info@nssfkenya.co.ke

Website: www.nssf.or.ke

Sheila Brenda Andoi is a communicator, journalist, editor, and writer passionate about human-interest stories. You can find her on Twitter @sheilaandoi

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