Civic Educators Jobs in Nyeri County, Kenya – Anglican Development Services

Job Re-Advertisement: Civic Educators

The Anglican Development Services – Mt. Kenya, is a faith based organization of the Anglican Church of Kenya.

We are currently implementing a governance / civic education Project in Nyeri County.

We wish to recruit suitable professionals to the following open positions of Civic Educators in Rware, Iriani and Karatina Town Wards.

Those that have previously applied need not apply.

The minimum requirements for a civic educator are as follows:

i. Education Level: minimum grade C (plain) at KCSE.

ii. Should be an indigenous resident of the ward under which s/he applies for.

iii. Should meet the leadership and integrity requirements as per chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya (2010)

iv. Basic knowledge on the Constitution of Kenya (2010).

v. Should have experience in community mobilization and facilitation skills.

vi. Should be available to undertake this work and to travel within the ward as required.

vii. Computer skills: Ms. Word and Excel

Added Advantage:

viii. Should have at least 2 years’ experience in working on governance and democracy field (civic / voter educator with another CBOs/CSOs/IEBC, etc).

ix. Prior experience in governance, democracy and civic education work.

Applications should include:

Academic and Professional qualifications, residential and the preferred Ward to work in.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their applications indicating their expected remuneration, complete with a CV, copies of ID card, Certificates and testimonials, names and telephone numbers of two professional referees and a reliable telephone number.

Address application to;

The Chairman Recruitment Committee,
P.O. Box 2376-10140
Nyeri, Kenya

Send via Post office mail, hand deliver or email: with the Subject: Civic Educator, not later than 4.00pm, on the 30th October 2019.

Please note that applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

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Updated: October 28, 2019 — 12:00 pm