The Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK) was established by The Government of Kenya through the Anti-Doping Act No. 5 of 2016, with its powers vested in a Board, headed by a Chairman.
The key mandate of the Agency is to carry out Anti-Doping Education / Sensitization Campaigns and Doping Tests.
The Agency invites applications from suitable individuals to fill the following vacant positions:
Vacancy No. ADAK/1/11/2016
Number of Posts: Two (2)
Grade ADAK 11
Salaries Scale: 27,000 – 40,500
Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Driving a motor vehicle as authorized for official duty and assignments;
(ii) Carrying out routine checks on the vehicle’s cooling, oil, tyre pressure, electrical and brake systems;
(iii) Maintaining records of service and accessories;
(iv) Detecting and reporting of malfunctioning of vehicle systems;
(v) Maintaining of work tickets for vehicles assigned;
(vi) Reporting traffic incidents or accidents;
(vii) Ensuring security and safety of the vehicle on and off the road; (viii) ensuring safety of the passengers and/or goods therein; and
(viii) Maintaining cleanliness of the vehicle.
Requirements for Appointment
For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:-
(i) Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade D (plain) or equivalent qualification;
(ii) a current driving license free from current endorsements and valid for all of the classes of vehicles, which the driver is required to drive;
(iii) attended a First-Aid Certificate Course lasting not less than one (1) week obtained at St John Ambulance, or Kenya Institute of Highway and Building Technology (KIHBT) or any other recognized Institution;
(iv) Passed Suitability Test for Driver Grade III;
(v) Passed Occupational Test Grade III;
(vi) Passed Practical Test for Drivers conducted by Automobile Association (AA) of Kenya or National Transport and Safety Authority or National Youth Service;
(vii) a valid Certificate of Good Conduct from the Kenya Police Service;
(viii) have minimum period of three (3) years driving experience; and
(ix) Certificate in computer applications from a recognized institution.
How to Apply
Candidates interested in the above positions are expected to fulfill the requirements of chapter six of the constitution of Kenya, 2010.
They must obtain and submit with their application copies of clearance certificates from the following organizations:
i. Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
ii. Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)
iii. Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.
iv. Criminal Investigation Department (Certificate of Good Conduct)
v. Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)
Those fulfilling the requirements of the positions should submit their applications quoting the vacancy and Vacancy No. on the envelope.
The application to be accompanied with a detailed c.v and all relevant testimonials stating the current position, current remuneration, postal address, telephone and email contacts.
Applicants are also expected to provide email, telephone and postal contacts of three references. All applications should reach the Chief Executive Officer on or before 5th December, 2016
Applications should be addressed to:
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Ant-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK)
P.O Box 66458- 00800
by hand delivery during official working hours (8.30 a.m. to 5.00p.m) to the Agency’s offices at Parklands Plaza, 6th Floor Muthithi Road / Chiromo Lane Junction.
Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya is an equal opportunity employer.
Potential male and female candidates with physical challenges are encouraged to apply.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted