Kenya National Youth Service Recruitment

Over 200 recruits who had been recruited into the NYS last year were kicked out this year after it was discovered they had presented fake admission documents.

They were already undergoing training at the NYS college in Gilgil

Up to 5000 youths were selected during the nationwide National Youth Service recruitment exercise which took place during the month of December 2010.

A NYS Parade
When the recruits reported for training this year, it was discovered that about 218 of them were there illegally. They were recruited using fake documents which contained forged signatures.

It is alleged that the said recruits paid up to Shs 14 million in bribes to corrupt NYS officials as each parted with between 50 - 70k  to be recruited. They were then issued fake admission letters forged at Nairobi's Luthuli avenue.

The Kenya National Youth Service's mandate is to train the youth in technical & vocational skills in order to facilitate their engagement later in the national economy. NYS recruits also acquire paramilitary training and are sometimes absorbed into the police, paramilitary and defence forces.

Kenya Airports Authority Security and Safety Wardens Recruitment 2011

Kenya Airports Authority which is responsible for managing all airports in Kenya is in the process of recruiting Security and Safety Wardens.

Those that shall be recruited shall undergo a 3 months paramilitary training at the Kenya Wildlife Service Manyani Field Training School.

Kenya Airports Authority Wardens usually conducts security and safety operations at the various airports
they are based in.
        
          Kenya Airports Authority           
Those that wish to join must meet the following conditions:
1. Must be Kenyan citizens
2. Must hail from the County of recruitment
3. Aged between 18-26 years
4. Height 5ft  9 inches for men; 5ft 6 inches for women
5. Education minimum; KCSE C with a pass in English & Maths
6. Good unaided eyesight
7. Good health and physique
8. No criminal record
9. Candidates must carry with them Original Certificates, National ID Card and other testimonials.

Interested candidates are required to present themselves at their respective County centres for the recruitment exercise.

Recruitment starts on 17-01-2011 and ends on  29-01-2011.

Please check on the Newspapers for recruitment centres & dates. This information was acquired from The Daily Nation Of 14-01-2011.

Kenya Police Service Recruitment 2011

Recruitment of officers into the Administration Police and Kenya Police Services had been put on hold late 2009.

This was to pave way for police reforms and for the Government to review the police training program.
Kenya's Administration Police Officers
The temporary ban was lifted around August 2010.

It was then announced that the Police would to take up  around 7000 new recruits but it didn't happen.

With Police recruitment not taking place last year, I reckon it might happen early this year.

This prediction can be supported by the fact that the year has started with Kenya Wildlife Service conducting its Rangers recruitment exercise.

An anonymous reader also left a comment stating that police recruitment is expected to take place early this year.
                                                                                Kenya Police Service Officers
2011 Kenya Police Service recruitment is expected to be in line with the new police reforms.

The Administration police and Kenya police recruits shall train  under a newly reviewed training program.

The training period has also been extended from 9 to 15 months.
                                                               
                                                              

Kenya Wildlife Service Rangers Recruitment

Happy New Year Everyone.

The year 2011 starts off well with an announcement from the Kenya Wildlife Service.

Kenya Wildlife Service which is responsible for managing & conserving wildlife in Kenya is in the process of recruiting Rangers.

          KWS Rangers Pass Out Parade
Successful  recruits shall undergo a 6 months paramilitary training then after wards be deployed to the various parks, reserves & stations to conduct security operations.

Candidates should meet the following requirements:
  •  Must be a Kenyan citizen.
  • Must hail from within the County of recruitment.
  •  Aged between 18-25 years.
  •  Height 5ft 8 inches for men; 5ft 4 inches for women.
  • Education minimum - KCSE D - (Minus) 
  • Good unaided eyesight.
  •  Good health and physique.
  •  Clean record (valid Certificate of Good Conduct from the CID).
  •  Candidates must carry with them Original Certificates, National ID Card and other testimonials.
Interested candidates are required to present themselves at their respective County centres for the recruitment exercise.

Recruitment starts on 17 Jan 2011 and ends on 29 Jan 2011.

Please click HERE for more vital info on recruitment dates & County recruitment centres.

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